How Sweet: 15 Chocolate Wedding Favors Your Guests Will Love
Take a cue from LC (who knows a thing or two about throwing the ultimate Pin-worthy wedding) and throw in a few treats to make your guests feel like royalty. From customized candy to hot chocolate kits, we’ve got 15 chocolate favors that you can buy or DIY.
Fill these DIY fortune cookies with customized sayings to keep your guests’ spirits high. (via Intimate Weddings)
We love anything packaged in a mason jar, and these hot chocolate starters are the perfect way to keep your guests warm for those cold winter nights. (via Ruffled)
3. Ferrero Rocher Escort Card ($1 each): Kick off your reception with a yummy chocolate treat. These edible escort cards will whet their appetites for dinner. (Having dessert first never hurt anyone.)
Are you and your SO a pair of chocoholics? Give your guests a sweet sendoff with an entire bar of your fave chocolate, personalized with these custom wrappers. (via A Practical Wedding)
5. Chocolate Peppermint Hot Chocolate on a Stick, Service for 5 ($25): These portable hot chocolate starters are perfect for stuffing in welcome baskets or putting out at coffee service.
Call your bridal party together for a DIY sesh and whip up a big batch of these chocolate-dipped pretzel rods. (via Bayside Bride)
7. Liddabit Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Boxed Caramels ($8): The guests at your rehearsal dinner are sure to have sweet dreams when they leave with a box of these delectable delights. Yum, yum and YUM.
Add a vintage touch to your sweets. Print photos of you and your partner on adhesive paper and stick them on gold half-dollar chocolate coins to adorn the tables as after-dinner treats or amp up your dessert table. Designer Darcy Miller used a six pound bag ($53) from Groovy Candies. (via Martha Stewart)
We love the idea of packaging a serving of hot chocolate in a test tube. Chocolate sprinkles and mini marshmallows with a cork top? We’re sold. (via Something Turquoise)
10. Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery Dark Chocolate Sauce ($15): Sundae Sundays will never be the same.
pop when eaten. Seriously, who would turn down a bar of gourmet chocolate? (If they do, more for us.)
Having a woodsy winter wedding? If your wintertime festivities include a bonfire, send off your guests with a sweet treat to remember the occasion. (via The Flair Exchange)
We welcome all types and flavors of chocolate, but some guests may favor a fruity treat or may need to avoid nuts due to allergies. Label your flavored concoctions and let guests choose. (via The Knot)
These handheld treats are perfect for guests just getting off the dance floor. Make enough of these picture perfect pops to deck out your dessert table. (via The Toasted Sprinkle)
You love dark chocolate, your guy or gal prefers milk chocolate. With a customized box of your favorite treats, nobody has to choose. (via Tanveer Badal Photography)