Do the Bride a Favor’s Top Ten Ideas for Edible Wedding Favors

Do the Bride a Favor gives their top ten ideas on how to wow guests with edible wedding favors.

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Denver, CO (PRWEB) June 15, 2013

Wedding favors are a favorite part of wedding planning. Many brides and event planners delight in choosing the perfect way to thank wedding guests for their attendance and support. The newest trend is offering guests edible wedding favors. On June 11, 2013, The Huffington Post published a list of edible wedding favors, and Do the Bride a Favor are adding to this list and announcing their top ten ideas for treats.

1.    Donuts
Donuts are quickly rising in popularity. They’re easily transportable, and the flavor combination possibilities are endless.

2.    Cookies
Cookies may seem like casual fare, but offering wedding guests custom wedding favors such as cookies made with gourmet ingredients is a wonderful way to send guests home satisfied.

3.    Candy
Small candies make perfect favors. Pack some treats up in personalized bags with a personalized thank you tag for added appeal.

4.    Lollipops
Lollipops are a fun way to add some whimsy to a wedding. These candies can be personalized with names, monograms, or even pictures of the bride and groom.

5.    Candy Apples
Gourmet candy apples are gracing wedding magazines everywhere. While they are expensive, candy apples make impressive favors.

6.    Treat Kits
Treat kits allow brides to send guests home with a perfectly themed wedding favor. If the wedding is an outdoor event, a s’more kit or pie in a jar is the perfect favor. If the wedding is a more formal affair, cupcakes in a glass container or individual servings of soft fudge in a small jar are both wonderful ideas.

7.    Candy Hearts
Personalized candy hearts are a fun way to present wedding guests with a small token that everyone enjoys.

8.    Ring Pops
Casual weddings may offer a personalized ring pop as a favor. These small candies are perfect for wedding favors and make fun reception hand-outs to keep the guests in a partying mood.

9.    Local Jams and Honeys
Locally sourced goods such as honey and jam will always add class to an event. Many brides purchase small portions in individual containers perfect for placing at each table.

10.    Mix and Match
Brides have taken to offering a reception buffet of treats to allow guests to customize their favors. Different flavors of popcorn or snack mixes, along with baggies and ties, let the guests choose the type of favor they want. When planning to offer guests a buffet-type favor, always allot a generous amount to each guest.

Do the Bride a Favor gives ideas for edible wedding favors that are perfect for every wedding, including candy, popcorn, cookies, and much more.

About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor specializes in keeping brides and party planners up-to-date about the latest trends and gives tips for throwing a fun event. From favor ideas to etiquette and décor, Do the Bride a Favor has it covered.


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