• Lollipop Wedding Favors
  • Wedding Favor Ideas - Eleni's Cookies
  • Wedding Favors - Mason Jar Pies
  • Wedding Ideas - Brownie Wedding Favors
  • Wedding Favor Ideas - Jam
  • Wedding Ideas - Cookie Bar
  • Wedding Ideas - Hot Chocolate Favors
  • Wedding Favor Ideas - Baked by Melissa Cupcakes
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Show that you’re really a kid at heart by leaving a lollipop for each guest. Hammond’s Candies all-natural lollies come in a bunch of flavours and bright colours so you can find one (or more) to complement your last course or your wedding’s colour palette. If you like sweets but aren’t sure a lollipop is the way to go, Hammond’s has a large selection of all-natural candies, art candy, chocolates, ribbon candy and more for your sweet tooth.
Photography courtesy Hammond’s Candies
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You might not have the time or inclination to whip up a few dozen batches of Grandma’s secret oatmeal raisin cookies, but you can ask your baker if he can do it for you! Simply supply him with the recipe and packaging to wrap up a few cookies for each guest to take home. You could also order your favourite cookies. Eleni’s Crisp Collection offers seven varieties; you can pass them out in their packaging or re-wrap them in something that matches your wedding’s theme and colour palette. If you’re looking for something with even more personality, check out Eleni’s themed cookies, which come in a variety of designs.
Photography courtesy Eleni’s
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If you and your fiancé are more pie people than cake fanatics, serve an assortment of pies as your reception winds down. You can offer a buffet of options, including apple, cherry, blueberry and Key lime, or pass out pie pops for guests to enjoy on the ride home. Pie Corps bakes a variety of pies in Mason jars that they can ship nationwide.
Photography courtesy Pie Corps
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Want something heartier than a cookie but not too heavy? Dole out Fat Witch Bakery brownies in regular or baby size. Flavours include chocolate, java with cappuccino chocolate chips, dried cherries, caramel and chocolate with walnuts. We recommend ordering a few different flavours and wrapping them in bakery boxes tied with twine or ribbon.
Photography courtesy Fat Witch Bakery
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Does your grandmother make the best jam ever? Share your favourite family treat with your wedding guests! You’ll have to start weeks ahead—and if Granny can help, make it a memorable experience by having her make them with you. Seal each jar with themed packaging, such as colourful ribbons, tags or a sticker label. You can even include a cute saying, like “Spread the Love” or “Jam Packed With Love,” along with your names (“Made with love by Mr. & Mrs. Smith”) and wedding date.
Photography courtesy HuffyHen
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Don’t want to limit your guests to just one yummy treat? Set up a Cookie Bar, like this one by One Girl Cookies, where guests can try a variety of flavours from classic chocolate chip to whoopie pies, a cake-cookie hybrid. You can customise the selection to include family favourites and flavours that complement the wedding cake. And don’t forget to have your calligrapher make decorative signs so guests know which cookie they’re enjoying. One Girl Cookies also supplies cello bags and ribbons so guests can take a few home with them. The company ships nationwide.
Photography courtesy One Girl Cookies
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For winter weddings there’s nothing better than ending the evening with a warm mug of hot cocoa! Leave each guest a pouch with cocoa mix and mini marshmallows to pick up on their way out the door. You can also find tips on making hot cocoa favours like these at the wedding inspiration blog Ruffled.
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After a filling meal, guests may not have room for a full-size cupcake.These quarter-size cupcakes from Baked by Melissa are the perfect treat to pop in your mouth while waiting for your car. Yummy flavours include peanut butter and jelly, red velvet, cookies and cream, s’mores, and chocolate chip pancake. You can customise your cupcakes by choosing the flavour and the colour of the cake, icing, topping and stuffing.
Photography courtesy Baked by Melissa

The best kind of wedding favour is an edible one. Even after a long affair filled with scrumptious hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, a three-course meal and wedding cake, there are plenty of yummy options for you to offer up at the end of the night. You can choose a favour that reflects your wedding’s theme or location, or pass out your favourite snacks. Here are some tasty treats to inspire you.

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