This could be due to the fact that I’m starving or just the plain fact that I love food, but today’s post is all about edible stuff. And not just random stuff, edible party favors for all the lucky guests attending your wedding! There’s no better way to say thank you than to leave your guests with some yummy treats as they head home, back to the hotel or wherever the night takes them. A full guest is a happy one!
Brownie Pops from the Lollipop Chef
Wedding Cake Cookies from My Wedding Favors
Mini cupcakes featured on The Wedding Wire
Mini candy jars by Beau-Coup Favors
‘Make Your Own’ hot chocolate favors featured on The Wedding Wire
Mini Truffle Boxes featured on The Wedding Wire
Mini Boxes of Krispy Kreme donuts featured on Wedding Junkie
Mini personalized bags of jelly beans featured on The Knot
Monogrammed Petit Fours by Beau-Coup favors
Maple Syrup Favors by Beau-Coup favors
And now some local treats from all over the nation. Photos and inspiration courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings. Use these tips to add local flair to your wedding and favors!
Vermont Brides: Give you guests a local and delicious treat like these maple sugar candies.
Jersey Girls: There’s nothing more Jersey than a batch of salt water taffy!
Buckeyes: Give your guests a box of the peanut butter state nut to show your O-H-I-O spirit!
Hawaiian Brides to Be: Serve your guests some pineapple and coconut mini cake favors as a way to say Mahalo!
Georgia Peaches: Show some Southern hospitality by giving your guests some peach preserves or a bag of grits!
Virginia Brides: A bag of roasted nuts is a perfect way to say thank you for coming!
California Girls: Represent the wine and olive oil exports of your state by giving your guests a jar full of California’s finest olives. Yum!
Seattle’s Finest: Brides, give your guests an extra zing by sending them off with some delicious, local coffee!
Ladies from Maine: Since sending off your guests with a lobster might get expensive [and weird], send them off with a sweet lobster pop instead!