Edible wedding favours are my favourite kind of wedding favours. I think it’s really hard to come up with something that all of your guests will actually want, and keep, and no one is going to turn down a little bit of something tasty are they?! A little bit of sugar by the time your guests sit down at the table, likely after a drink or 2, is never a bad thing. Plus you can get some seriously pretty edible wedding favours! Apologies in advance if this post makes you hungry…
I saw these on Instagram and instantly fell in love. Pretty, pink, flamingo biscuits – what is not to love?! These would make perfect wedding favours, and flamingos are very in right now. Take a look at the Whimsical Cake Company’s instagram account for all kinds of pretty.
Chocolates personalised with your initials, how can any guests resist? These are the perfect type of wedding favour, as you will be hard pushed to find someone who won’t enjoy them. These chocolates from Not On The High Street are ideal for any type of wedding.
For a stylish and elegant wedding favour, look no further than these gorgeous, classic Champagne Truffles. Two, light, sweet, moreish chocolates in a beautiful rose pink box will look lovely and sophisticated on any table setting.
Macarons have become super popular in recent years, particularly at weddings. This light, delicate, biscuity treat is perfect for a wedding favour.
Ok, so I have fallen in love with everything from The Whimsical Cake Company. I could have included everything they make in this post. If you are looking for something fun, pretty and very unique check out their website or Etsy shop. How can these ‘friendly flumps’ not put a smile on your face? They are the perfect mix of fun and actually something your guests will put to use. I’m tempted to order some just for the house!
Marks & Spencers most iconic confectionary, in miniature form. These mini Percy Pigs are just too cute! These adorable wedding favours come as a DIY set, with the jars, labels and ribbons included, but you could always buy packets of the sweets and make up your own packaging to suit your theme.
These were from my own wedding and were such an easy DIY wedding favour. We ordered lots of our favourite sweets, with some marshmallows for toasting on the fire and put them together as a sweet treat for our guests. We had to order all of the sweets in bulk, so had plenty left for an energy boost for the big clear up the day after!
What have you chosen for your wedding favours? Are you going for an edible option or been inspired by anything in this post?