Wedding Favor Packaging Templates
Paper Dahlia Favor Packaging
For these eye-catching favor pouches, we used bright tissue paper to create a pattern that mimics that bold beauty, then tied on a tag bearing planting instructions, and verdant ribbon to pose as leaves. At home, guests will peel back the petals to reveal a dormant dahlia bulb brimming with potential and just waiting to take root.
Wedding Favor Cones
Create a treat-filled crepe-paper cracker in a few quick steps.
The final touches for a gilded theme: Victorian-style paper cones stuffed with wrapped chocolates
Lace Bags and Crackers
Send guests on their merry way with these inspired goodbye gifts that use our pretty lace clip art.
Stylishly wrapped chocolate favors are perfect for your big day. To make the packaging, cut scrapbooking paper into a 1 1/2-inch-by-6-inch strips. At the center of each, cut out a half heart (see our template) using a craft knife. Then, wrap around a stack of three chocolate tasting squares, secure with double-sided tape, and fold back the heart.
Our horns of plenty were made using crepe paper (for the liner) and card stock (for the outer cone) printed with a quarter-circle design.
Cupid's Bow Matchbox Favors
For the matchboxes, print the Cupid's bow art on text-weight paper, trim to size, and wrap around boxes (without covering the striking surface).
Use any basic card stock to create these beautiful favor boxes.
At traditional Greek weddings, dragees are handed out in odd-numbered amounts. The indivisibility of the numbers shows the newlyweds will be partners for life. For a chic sweet, fill 3 1/2-inch boxes with an odd number of different dragees. Use our template to make the box lining that separates the dragees into 3 different compartments.
Given as a favor, chocolate is always a big hit, and letting your guests assemble their own boxes sweetens the deal. Create a buffet of offerings -- we used milk, white, and dark chocolates -- and label each with a printed tag. Small boxes, secured with elastic bands, are casually stacked alongside the treats. Use our template to create the box dividers that allow guests to separate their picks.
Send the youngest guests home with favors of their own: change purses filled with penny candy.
Pucker up! Everyone can have fun at your reception with this kissing game favor that puts a lively twist on the cootie catchers you played with as a child. Turn it over and you can fill it with candy for double duty as a favor and game.
Paper Bloom Wedding Favors
Create a boundless field of tulips with these sweet favors. We placed bulbs (you can buy them online in the fall) in votive candleholders with enough water to cover the roots, then added paper blooms and a vellum seat assignment to each one.
Sure, matchbooks have become a go-to wedding favor, but there's more to these clever versions than meets the eye. Give away a surprising something to remember in the form of a cheery, charming pack of forget-me-not seeds. The best part: Long after the big day, guests will watch the dainty blossoms -- and the memories -- spring to life.
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