- 9 years ago
- Wedding: May 2012
We did giant homemade cinnamon rolls, made by a nearby amish community’s bakery.
To tie into our theme, we attached thank you stickers with love birds on them. Of course, a sub-theme of our wedding was “delicious and simple” (burger bar, cane sugar sodas, etc), so I think the cinnamon rolls tied into that theme, too. 🙂
We are doing rock candy in purple and white.
I’m doing sunflower seeds in little glass jars from Ikea since the groom is from kansas and might have a Carrie Bradshaw quote on it like, “My my, they sure do grow em cute in the midwest” or something….not sure about the last part.
We’re doing 2oz jars of honey from my favourite spot in BC. I was thinking of attaching a little honey dipper if I can find them for cheap enough. Otherwise we’ll just attach a cute thank you note with a piece of twine to match our rustic-ish themed wedding.
We are doing two flavors of hand made choclate truffles. My mom and aunt took a few classes on this so we can bang them out at home!
For my daughters wedding, we are doing mini bottles of Marinelli’s Sparkling Cider (we are creating favor tags and placing them around the top with ribbon) We found these bottles for fifty cents each at Kroger!!!! I don’t know how much cheaper you can get!
we made 4 oz jars of blueberry & strawberry jam as favors. It was a lot of fun too!
We are planning to give a jar of dry ingredients so the guest can make their own treat, like cookies, bread or (cup)cakes. I love to bake and my fiance has recently gotten into baking as well, he loves to cook mostly but it’s a special activity we enjoy.
I have little love heart sweets from thorntons wrapped up in a lovely little bag. And also personalised shot glasses.
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