Here is a cute favor that can be used for Easter, a Mother’s Day Brunch, a Garden Party or a little girl’s birthday party. You can present the favors on a tray, or hang them as a garland for guests to take one on their way out. Print or write out a sign that says, “Hats off to you! Thank you for coming!”
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These cute favors feature my favorite treat, mini marshmallows. They come together quickly with a few craft supplies you probably already have around. By using a variety of colors of paper, washi tape, and paper napkins, each bunny has it’s own look and personality. You could even use them to play the “chubby bunny” game, but I think the marshmallows are much better savored!
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The fun of these Valentine’s is that you HAVE to break the heart to get to the goodies inside! Simple paper hearts, with a top and a bottom, contain candies or gifts, whichever you prefer. BUT, the only way to get them out is to literally “break your heart!” For more Valentines Day DIY ideas, click here!
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There are a few trains of thought of party favors. You can give a knick-knack like a bottle opener or a magnet, for kids’ parties it usually consists of cheap toys and candy which eventually make their way back to a landfill. I’m firmly in the camp that favors should be food (If you had a large budget I could be persuaded pretty easily to another camp!) Food is easy, doesn’t seem wasteful, and it’s more likely to get used. I also really like how easy it is to match the party theme with the food. I like to have packaging options on hand for this very thing. Package up some of that European candy and voila’! You’ve got a really beautiful gift option. Here are three examples of easy favor packaging. For these, we used Clear Round Containers, Paper Bags, & Pillow Boxes. You can set them out as table settings at a party or wedding or keep them available for guests as they leave. Click through for more details & full instructions below!
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How do you make a Halloween treat even better? By disguising it as a bat. It’s like a costume for candy! I used candy I put in cellophane bags, but save yourself some time and use some pre-packaged, bite-size treats. (PS – More Halloween ideas here!)
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