I don't want to spend a lot on wedding favors but I had two ideas. The first is two little mini maple leaf candies wrapped in cellophane and the other was caramel/candy apples...but the apples are really expensive...so I found this website for diy mini apples - do you think that'd be too much work to make 60-70 little mini apples?
Personally I think that will be a lot of work and a bit messy to do too. I see it as mess can = stress because they will be tricky and need to be made last minute. Something we are doing is a cookie buffet. We will have our moms and aunts make big batches of cookies and decorate a table up with some jars and have cellophane baggies so people can take them home too if they want
Thats really interesting. I heard of people doing cookie/candy buffets but I wasn't sure if they were for favors or what. The good thing is that I work at a camp and I have access to the kitchen which serves 100 people to make the apples in
My SIL bought hershey's kisses and wrapped them in pretty clear cellophane (sp?) wrap with a little tag that said hugs and Kisses from the new Mr and Mrs.
That's so sweet. Love that
I was going to make our favours. I was going to do the individual cookies but with the guests name written on (doubles up as name card then too). But as PP said, it's a big task to take on in a small kitchen. If the camp will let you use the kitchen then go for it. Homemade adds that extra touch to the day
We are doing it on the cheap, we have little tux & wedding dress boxes and filling then with love themed sweeties, and we are getting a big love heart lollie pop for the kids to get nice and sticky with . Its only costing £13. x
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