You Are My Fave is one of our faves! We love all of Melanie’s great finds, but most of all we love her approach to DIY – she makes it appear so effortless and inspires us to give it a go! Today she’s here with five easy edible wedding favors…

Coming up with favors is one of my favorite parts of throwing a party. I tend to go the edible route since I know it will more likely be appreciated than some tchotchke. And who doesn’t like to end the festivities with a little treat? Here are five favor approved desserts that can be found at Whole Foods (similar items can be found at just about any grocery store) and easy ways to package them just so.

Macarons come in so many flavorful colors that you can match them to your party decor. Just special order them at the bakery and set out mini painted paper mache boxes for guests to take them home in. (Chantal Guillon are a Snippet & Ink favorite!)

Two words: bulk section. Chocolate covered anything is my first choice then stamp some muslin bags for the filling.

If you’re not a chocolate fan (heaven forbid), pizzelles are a good bang for your buck and look like an intricate piece of lace. Plus, packaging them in clear bags sealed with a sticker would take you less than a couple hours to complete.

Mini peanut butter cups in a mini box will be so much more appreciated than jordan almonds. Trust me.

Chocolove bars are insanely good and these mini ones are perfectly favor sized. The packaging is already great so just a strand of ribbon is all you need for the finishing touch.

sources: paper mache boxesmuslin bagsEnjoy stampclear bagheart sticker

 

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  1. Bianca

    I’m all over those Chocolove bars! I need to give the almond and sea salt a try, but I’ve never made it passed toffee and almonds in milk chocolate. Oh no, now I’m craving one. Chocolate bars for breakfast? Acceptable?

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  2. Cathleya

    I’d be thrilled to receive any of these favors! You can never go wrong with edible :)

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  3. Andree K.

    Very clever favor idea. Also now when I buy huge quantities of Chocolove bars for myself I’ll have a more convincing excuse for the cashier.

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  6. Discount Favors

    Agree with Cathleya, I would get excited to receive some of them Dark Chocolates! You can’t say no to them! Thanks for the blog btw. I will share it on our page: https://www.facebook.com/WeddingFavorDiscounts

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