(Closed) What’s the best wedding favor?

posted 12 years ago in Favors
Post # 17
226 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Definately the best was the gourmet caramel apple for a fall wedding!  Yummmyyy.  I’m all for the edible gourmet yummies.

Post # 18
88 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2007

i did small jars filled with rosemary. there is a lot of historical significance to giving out rosemary at a wedding…. and it helped that it matched one of my colors 😉


Post # 19
13 posts
  • Wedding: December 2008

ARob311 — where did you find koozies for 73 cents?! I’ve been looking everywhere…

The best wedding favor I ever received was a small bottle of wine, but that was pretty expensive. Otherwise, I always appreciate edible favors.

Post # 20
111 posts
Blushing bee

i heart edible favors!

we’re doin a baseball themed reception, so everyone’s getting peanuts and cracker jacks! i found a place online that still sells cracker jacks in the box – not the snack packs!

and we hired a hot dog vendor – if you live in LA and have gone to a Lakers game you know what I’m talkin about – the greasy footlong hotdog with bacon wrapped around it with onions and cheese and everything!


Post # 21
193 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

MoreShoesPlease– ohmigossshhh, you’re getting one of those hotdog vendors?  That’s so awesome!  I’ve been saved many-a-time by those vendors after sweating in the pit at a concert, seeing a game… that’s awesome!  Even better than Pink’s!

Post # 22
306 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

I, like most of you, love edible favors. At past weddings I’ve received candles, shot glasses, chocolate, potpourri <–is that how you spell it?? and cds. The last wedding I attended gave out cds but with the cd the couple explained in 2 to 3 sentences top per song what the songs meant to the both of them. I’m getting married this fall at a winery. I was told
that we should give out mini wine bottles from that particular winery. Sounds like a nice idea but I’m afraid it might be a little expensive. Guess we’ll find out this sunday

Post # 23
3 posts

I’m planning on doing a photobooth so people will have a nice picture from our wedding. I’m designing the picture frame (somewhere along the lines of our invitation design) that will hold the picture. Probably have some sort of polariod or printer so people can get their pictures right away. It’s a little complicated though and I haven’t completely figured it out. But it is something different!

Post # 24
6 posts
  • Wedding: July 2014

Edible ones are the best, everything else ends up in the garbage or in a garage sale

Post # 25
38 posts
  • Wedding: June 2009

Mini wine bottles are nice, though at the wedding where I got those, there were blush, reds, and whites, and everyone was trying to trade to get the type of wine they like best.

My sister did personalized Koozies. I love that idea–it’s a practical keepsake. Anyone can use a Koozie–men, women, kids. I plan to do personalized Koozies, too–probably filled with chocolate.

Another cute one was a heart-shaped cookie cutter with a "recipe for a good marriage" attached. Another friend did personalized votives from Yankee. Again, both are practical.

Because I’m rather eco-minded and outdoorsy, I find myself drawn to things like little plants, plantable flower-seed paper, or the Matchstick Gardens–but then I have to remind myself that not everyone is excited about plants as I am 🙂  And therefore, most of them will probably end up in the trash–which is the last thing I would want (to create more trash).


Post # 26
236 posts
Helper bee

We make home meade pickles that all of our friends and family rave about.  We are thinking of offering them in 3 varieties, bread & butter, hot, & dill in small jars to take home.  Theya re super easy and quick to make and we grow most of our own ingrediants so the cost will be minimal.  We are also thinking of doing potted herbs as well.  small little pots. If people don’t take them home we will just plant them in our own garden and they will make a great centerpiece with a large canning jar of bright flowers every few feet (I want long tables instead of round.  I think it is much more cosy and easier to talk to more people at the table.)

Post # 27
49 posts
  • Wedding: June 2010

the best favor I ever got was a soap favor that looked like a real orchid!  so pretty and I put them in my bathroom and whenever someone comes over — they always comment about it!  Its so pretty, I almost don’t want to use it!   here’s a picture of it from http://www.sophiesfavors.com/candlessoaps_soapsorchid.htmorchid flower soaps

Post # 28
40 posts
  • Wedding: June 2008

Luggage Tags!  And they can double as escort cards.  I think its such a cute idea.

Post # 30
735 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2009


We’re doing white chocolate covered gummibears ( I love chocolate, he loves gummies, perfect!) 

Post # 31
123 posts
Blushing bee

I think anything edible/drinkable – we got chocolates and tea in the past. Last wedding we went to didn’t have anything, and I actually didn’t realize until now when I was trying to remember, haha. One wedding we went to in the past had these horrible plaster lighthouses as  favors ( because he proposed in the lighthouse). While a nice idea that was their memory not ours, so we didn’t even take it home ( don’t need additional junk). We also go Christmas ornament on one of the weddings, that was ok idea.

I think luggage tags, brag books/photo albums, luggage tags are also nice.

I once saw cookies and milk to be taken at the end of the wedding instead of favors. I thought that was great. Who doesn’t like cookies and milk ?


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