Post # 1
FH and I have been going back and forth about favors. The first idea was to do koozies, since I sort of colloect them. Part of his family (about 1/2 of the guests) are drinkers and I think would actually like to have them.
The other choice is ordering several flavors of popcorn and having small bags of it packaged and ready to go, probably on the tables.
From a cost standpoint, the two choices are about equal. Obviously, the koozies are easier, since they don’t have to be packaged or anything. We haven’t decided, but need to. FH thinks we could go without favors and nobody would notice. Which would you rather have?
Post # 3
I think popcorn would be a much cuter (and more fun) option. Koozies, while nice and functional, don’t really to have as much personality as the popcorn would.
Post # 4
I love love love the popcorn thing! I really wanted to do that buy FIs mom is making us jams instead.
Post # 5
I am a personal fan of koozies. Our friends that got married last year had them and they were a huge hit with us. Our large group of friends lives on the lake in the summer so they were perfect to keep stored on the boat.
Post # 6
I love the popcorn idea! =) Edible Favors always get eaten/used!
Do you have a wedding theme that might compliment one option over the other?!
Post # 7
As a guest, I would prefer the popcorn 🙂
Post # 8
Our theme is rustic and a little country, but not full-on “western.”
Post # 9
I would prefer the koozie, I never seem to have enough.
Post # 10
I’m not a drinker, so I’d rather have popcorn. Yum!
Post # 11
Sounds lovely! =) I still vote for the PopCorn, but then again I’m not one to drink out of a can…its a weird quirk of mine. lol
Post # 12
I have too many koozies 🙂 I would love the popcorn!
Post # 13
I vote koozie. It probably depends on your guests. I know my guests are bigger drinkers so the koozie would def get used after. Plus I would love to see our friends using them in the future…reminding me of our wedding.
Post # 14
Popcorn. I love koozies, but my SIL just had them for her favors, and no one took them. Actually, the under 25 crowd seemed to take one, but with 300 guests, most who were definitely over 25, she ended up with a freakin’ ton leftover. I have like 20 of those suckers.
At least leftover popcorn people could eat instead of just have lying around.
Post # 15
I love popcorn and therefore vote for the popcorn idea! 🙂