Macarons are masterpieces of baking. You can colour their dainty shells any hue you like and match their filling to your wedding cake. Bite-sized, they're the perfect post-wedding breakfast treat.
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If you've got a baker in the family, why not ask if they'd be willing to bake your favours as wedding gifts? Opting for homemade wedding favour ideas can be a brilliant budget-stretching move if you've got the skills and time.
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Artisan confectionary stores are popping up left, right and centre. Why not team up with them to create bespoke lollipops with a signature flavour for your big day?
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A must for every wedding venue with a fire pit! These edible wedding favours are a great way to get all your guests involved while they melt a mouth-wateringly good treat.
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Let there be (cup)cakes
Choose a cupcake tower for your wedding cake and invite each guest to help themselves. This is a great way to make your precious savings go further and avoid ending up with lots of extra cake.
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Introduce a bit of retro fun to your edible wedding favours by choosing personalised love heart sweets. You can customise the design to include everything from your names to your wedding date.
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If your spouse-to-be proposed with a Haribo ring, then colourful jars of these are an essential for edible wedding favours.
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With more and more couples including pop-up live cooking stations in their wedding menu, why not feed the theme into your favours? Provide guests with small packs of corn to pop at the popcorn stall for an interactive and moreish treat.
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Who says edible wedding favours have to be sweet? Hand-parcelled bags of spiced and coated artisan nuts make a welcome savoury treat. Just be sure to check with guests for allergies first.
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Invest in locally made preserves to give your guests a flavour for the area that means so much to you.
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Chalk and cheese
The best wedding favour ideas are the ones that aren't left behind. Gift your guests tiny jars of chutneys to open during your cheese course. We guarantee there won't be a leftover jar in sight!
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Fancy some more inspiration for the perfect favour? Sink your teeth into these 19 quirky wedding favour ideas your guests won't have seen before.