Delicious (and DIY) Wedding Favors
Honey Wedding Favors
These hand-assembled wedding favors look good enough to eat -- and lucky for your guests, that's exactly what they're for.
Individual vials of high-quality honey, wrapped with bee-decked bands, make for a sweet ending.
The custom of favors originated in Europe during the Middle Ages, when bonbonnieres, or boxes filled with sugar cubes, were given to guests. Here are four toothsome takes on the tradition.
For a scrumptious morning-after meal, arrange miniature jams and corn muffins in a basket lined with napkins, then add a clip art tag.
These candy-filled bundles are a cinch to make: Wrap a handful of cherry sour balls in red tissue, twist closed, and add floral-wire stems and paper leaves.
Chocolate Nest Eggs
Craving something with a little more bite? Send your loved ones home with offerings that let them know they're the salt of the earth. Each of the following options is full of both zest and meaning.
The only thing better than this snack's tasty crunch is its street cart-style packaging.
Rosemary Olive Oil
Cheese and Crackers
Late at night, little is more satisfying than this customized snack pack of cheddar (which can go unrefrigerated for hours) and crispy wheat crackers.
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