Edible Wedding Favours Your Guests Will Adore

e4dc2d275d4b8b4ea7f66329d63d6481Wedding favours should be small, sweet and useful. No one really needs another key chain, shot glass or scented candle, but what they do need is a delicious treat that will leave a good taste in their mouth after an unforgettable night.

Gifting your guests with edible party favours is the best way to send them off for the night, especially after they’ve worked up an appetite dancing and socializing. They’ll appreciate the fact that they can just pop the treat into their mouths as they leave and not take any extra knick-knacks home with them.

Plus, it’s always nice to have one final taste of something delicious after a satisfying meal. Don’t let them forget that the food at your wedding was some of the best they’ve ever had!

There are so many adorable, tiny variations of things like pies, jam jars or maple syrup bottles. If your guests are anything like me, they’ll squeal at the miniature versions of their favourite snacks!

Choose an edible favour that matches your wedding theme. For example, if you’re having a country-themed wedding, mini cherry pies would be such a darling gift idea for your guests! Or, if you’re having a fall wedding, you could gift your guests with little bottles of maple syrup or tiny candy apples. Use your party favours as an opportunity to drive home your theme and round out your wedding dΓ©cor.

You can also really have fun with the packaging of your favours. Putting together mini s’mores kits or popcorn bags can be such a fun DIY activity to do with your bridesmaids, plus it’s super economical!

Check out the gallery below for a few lovely, edible wedding favour ideas.

 

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