Wedding favours can be astronomically damaging to your wedding budget. Not because they take time and effort to hunt down, but because once you buy one for 100 guests you’re out way more than a hundred dollars. So how do you say ‘thank you’ for celebrating our big day without breaking the bank? With these amazing little DIY wedding favors!
Tell your guests to pucker up with some delicious limoncello. Prep this one well ahead of time – since it’s got about two and a half months of sitting time. Simply purchase mini-bottles online. Bulk you’re looking at $0.77 a piece for up to 59. They get cheaper the more you order from
Simply purchase mini-bottles online. Bulk you’re looking at $0.77 a piece for up to 59. They get cheaper the more you order from Container & Packaging Supply. Grab 2 bottles of 100 proof vodka, 20 organic lemons (trust me they don’t have waxy crap on them and taste better), 4 cups sugar, 5 cups distilled water.
Zest your lemons up; discarding the white pith as it’s too bitter for limoncello. Put the zest and vodka in an airtight container; set aside at room temperature for 10 days. Do not open it. Move it to a cool dark place on day 10 for another 40 days. Make a simple syrup. Add to container. Seal for another 30 days. Bam! Delicious limoncello.
Be A Rock Star
Create super sweet rock salt grinders with a little personal touch. Get to the internet and search wholesale bulk grinders. DHGate has some for about $1 a piece, but you may find them cheaper. Buy coarse kosher salt for about $2.50 a box. Grab a bag of dried chipotle for about $3 and chop it up. Add a mix of both to the grinder, seal, dress with a bow and gift away. Try dried lemon zest and pepper, or garlic and Himalayan salt for fun too! source
Custom Coffee Mugs
Stuff your cookies into a custom coffee mug with single serve hot chocolate or coffee packets to take home! Check out this sweet DIY guide on how to use a sharpie to make custom mugs. Simply set them at each place setting with the ideas above or some ribbon and a few chocolates inside, and you’ve got one adorable, easy DIY wedding favour.
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