(Closed) Wedding Favors

posted 9 years ago in Favors
Post # 3
64 posts
Worker bee

If you like seaglass, I saw a recipe on Intimate Weddings for sea glass candy.  Here’s the link

Post # 4
950 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Maybe you could base it on your heritage or the style of cuisine you’re having?  I went to a friend’s wedding (she’s very into homemade stuff, like you seem to be) & their favors were handmade chopstick rests & sake cups (she’s Japanese).  She & her mom made them from ceramics. 

Another friend, who had Japanese food at the reception (& used Asian motifs in her invites) gave little daruma, the symbol of perserverance (because, whenever it’s knocked over, it bounces back)…guests make a wish or think of a goal & put one of the daruma’s eye blacks in; when the wish comes true or goal acheived, they fill in the other one.

Or you could add a take away food from the local area of your wedding…we’re having our wedding at Disneyland Hotel, so we’re giving people packaged goodies from Disneyland that they can take with them into the park. 

Hope that helps!  Please keep us updated on what you finally decide.

Post # 5
6572 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: February 2010

would you have enough honey to fill a smaller container for everyone?

Post # 7
143 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010 - The Chesapeake Bay Beach Club

Mrs. Mouse gave out test tubes filled with raw honey! http://www.weddingbee.com/2009/09/08/all-natural-raw-honey-favors/ 

Maybe this would be a good way to still give out honey but not have to fill whole jars for everyone?  More like a sampling – plus, the test tubes looked pretty neat 🙂  That sea glass candy looks good too, though!

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