Post # 1
I am having my wedding in April in Texas, and I am trying to figure out an inexpensive idea on wedding favor. I don’t want it to be something they won’t ever use or leave there, and I want it to be crafty and personable. My wedding is going to be on a ranch so very country. Any ideas would be awesome 🙂
Post # 3
I am also having a rustic wedding. We are having jam jars as our favors. My Future Mother-In-Law loves canning so it is something nice that we can do together and ahead of time. Also if you get the fruit when its in season it can be fairly inexpensive. We wanted to give something our guest would use and who doesn’t like jam!
Post # 4
Great idea what do you think about canning salsa? I make salsa and instead of Jam maybe I can make that?
Post # 5
Oooh salsa would be awesome!!! I’d love that as a guest!!! I would keep it more on the mild side for your guests just in case 🙂
Post # 6
I was thinking I could can salsa and have some out for guests so they know what they are making. We are having a bbq buffet style venue so this will be perfect, then they can take their treat when they leave.
Post # 7
I would totally try to take 2 if it was salsa! lol I love food favors. Fiance and I are doing a rustic theme and we keep bees, so we are doing honey jars. I love the idea of salsa favors in Texas 🙂
Post # 8
texas = salsa! great idea! you could do rustic looking labels so easily and people would really enjoy the salsa. i wouldn’t leave that behind after the reception. yum!!
Post # 9
Salsa sounds amazing! I agree with keeping it on the milder side, but who wouldn’t take salsa as a favor. I’d stick around as long as possible and take the extras that people left/forgot 🙂 I doubt you’ll have many (if any) left over.
Post # 12
I’m giving small jars of honey 🙂
Post # 13
So glad that it’s all canning food items. We made bird seed heart shaped favors which promptly molded the day we were leaving for the wedding. It was awful. The one which was hung up as a tester melted. It was awful.