If there is one celebration that one ought never take for granted, then it has got to be a wedding.
Weddings are the most memorable occasions that people celebrate. With the royal wedding of Prince William and Princess Kate, the world is abuzz with talks of wedding ideas. Naturally, everyone planning a wedding celebration would be thinking hard of how to make it extra special.
This is where wedding favors come in.
There are many kinds of wedding favors that you could use. Of course, if you want to make it extra special, then you should personalize your wedding favors. Guests and friends would greatly appreciate the extra touch you put in. Also, making them on your own would be cheaper than buying custom-made wedding favors. And since we are foodies, then the tokens would definitely be edible in nature.
There are plenty of edible wedding favors that you can create. Just take note that they are not that hard to make. You can make them on your own, or you can ask close family or friends to lend you a hand. Some of them would definitely be happy to do that.
What kind of edible wedding favors can you make? Let your imagination fly. As long as you mean well, then your guests would appreciate what you give them.
Chocolate. Candied, dipped, or shaped in various sizes, it is one of the most classic wedding favors that you can give to your guests. You can purchase chocolate blocks in the grocery, melt it at home, and then shape them into any kind of shape that you can think of.
Candies. Home-made candies, taffies, or chews can be appreciated by your guests. Think of it as saying that your wedding is so sweet. You can buy them in bulk at Costco or WalMart, and then repack them in cute pouches or elegant jars. You can try doing them assorted to add variety.
Fruits in season can be an ideal ingredient for your favors. Packed in dainty jars and wrapped attractively, these are the stuff close guests will love. For example, strawberries, cherries, and apricots would all sound like excellent tokens to give out in the wedding. Make it even more extra special by buying only organic fruits to use.
Oil. Yes, olive oil or other premium oils can be placed in small bottles, labeled daintily, and personally given to each guest would be a nice take on wedding favors. They do not have to consume it. It could simply serve as a decoration on the table or the fireplace.
Cookies. Whether in a basket or in a jar, these are great wedding favors that can be considered as a treat. All you need is to bake a couple of batches, and you would be all set.
Dried fruit and mixes. Marriage is meant to last long, and dried fruits and other preserves would be akin to that. Hand your guests a couple of packs to as a souvenir.