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You really can’t go wrong with an edible wedding favor. Everyone loves a tasty snack, and your guests won’t have to worry about packing or displaying anything afterward.

Edible favors range from favorite snacks to homemade treats to what’s in season, and brides and grooms are utilizing beautiful packaging, notes and tags for a personal touch.

Whether you’re planning an extravagant soiree or an intimate party, guests will eat up these favors—literally!


20 Edible Wedding Favors: biscuits or crackers with honey or jam | Photo: Delbarr Moradi Photography

Photo: Delbarr Moradi Photography

Homemade jam and honey jars are a popular idea, but the addition of biscuits or crackers allows guests to enjoy the goodies right away.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: blood mary kit for the day after

Photo: Scheme Events

Prep guests for Sunday brunch with a bloody mary kit including mini vodka, V8 juice and Tobasco sauce.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: edible Instagram marshmallows

Take marshmallow favors to a new level with boomf, a company that turns your Instagram photos into delicious vanilla marshmallows.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: candy sea glass for a beach or nautical wedding

Complement a beach or nautical wedding theme with edible candy sea glass by Andie’s Specialty Treats.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: recipe cards and colored margarita salt

If your go-to date night drink is a margarita, treat guests to recipe cards and colored margarita salt by Dell Cove Spice Co.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: cookies

Featured in our F/W 2013 issue, Couture Confections’ “I Heart Florida” cookies are almost too good to eat.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: cupakes in Mason jars | Photo: BrittRene Photo

Photo: BrittRene Photo

Sending home cupcakes can get a little messy, so try serving them in Mason jars with attached spoons.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: hot and fresh doughnuts

Photo: The Sweetest Occasion

End the night on a sweet note with hot and fresh doughnuts.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: fresh fruit such as cherries

For a summer wedding, choose a favor that’s in season or local to the area.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: individual rosemary or basil plants

Photo: Pottery Barn

 

20 Edible Wedding Favors: boxed macarons

Photo: Eric Kelley

These little French pastries are all the rage, and flavors can be chosen to match your color palette.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: milk and cookies

Photo: The Sweetest Occasion

Milk and cookie favors are a nostalgic and comforting treat, and you can even incorporate soy and gluten-free options.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: mint tins

Photo: Pinterest

Show guests it was “mint to be” with personalized mint tins.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: individual pie slices

Photo: A Subtle Revelry

For a rustic or Southern affair, hand out individual pie slices for guests to dig in on the journey home.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: popcorn kernel jars

Photo: My Own Labels

These popcorn kernel favors are perfect for couples who love to curl up on the couch with a good movie and some popcorn. Customize the idea by attaching a packet of your favorite seasoning.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: champagne or wine bottles

Photo: Colin Cowie Weddings

Drink favors are still a crowd favorite, and they’re even more delightful with custom bottle labels.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: s

Photo: Pinterest

These adorable s’mores wedding kits prove that presentation is just as important as content.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: spice jars

Photo: Snippet and Ink

Spice things up by gifting jars of your favorite cooking spices. Other similar ideas include vinegar and oil, BBQ rubs, vanilla extract and flavored salt.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: tea tubes

Photo: Pinterest

Tea favors are great for weddings as well as bridal showers, and coffee lovers can modify this idea with coffee beans.


20 Edible Wedding Favors: cinnamon rolls in take home tins

Photo: Piewacket

Cinnamon rolls make for a delicious midnight snack, and these mini tins are the perfect serving size.

If you love to cook, consider giving guests individual rosemary or basil plants. This idea is great for an organic or farm wedding.

 

XO,

The Simply Couture Weddings Gals

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