When you’re having a Halloween wedding, guests have certain assumptions that wouldn’t really come up on any other day of the year. First, they’re going to expect some sort of fun costume component, whether it’s the guests or just the bridal party. Secondly, they’re going to want some edible wedding favors. After all, it’s the day for getting lots of treats!
Luckily, there are some fun ideas for edible favors for your Halloween wedding. Whether they’re more specific to the season or feature black and orange Halloween colors, you’re guests are going to love them.
1. Pumpkin Brownies
Nothing screams the Halloween season like a pumpkin! These brownies are shaped and decorated to look like cute little pumpkins. They’re hand-decorated so each one is special. They’re so great looking that guests might have a hard time taking a bite.
2. Halloween Macarons
Don’t let the blush color in the photograph fool you. These delicious macarons can be customized for the flavor, base color and monogram color. Go for a Halloween combination of chocolate with an orange color and black monogram!
3. Bride and Groom Marshmallow Pops
Halloween is all about the costumes. Give your edible favors the costume treatment too with these bride and groom marshmallow pops. They come wrapped in cellophane so guests can bring them home after the wedding reception.
4. Orange Brownie Pops
Food is always easier to eat when it comes on a stick, and that includes these brownie pops. Get them in orange to match your Halloween wedding aesthetic.
5. Orange or Black Candy Pillows
When it comes to a Halloween wedding, you can never go wrong with candy. It’s the most candy-themed holiday of the year! Rather than handing out candy to trick-or-treaters, guests can take home some of their own with these candy pillows. Choose from Orange Clementine or Lavish Black Licorice. Even better, get both and let guests choose their favorite.
6. Candy Grab Bags
Make it an interactive experience by providing a mix-and-match candy bar. Fill glass bowls with a wide variety of Halloween candy, then give guests orange grab bags so they can fill up with exactly what they want. After all, everyone has a favorite Halloween candy.
7. Devilish Hot Sauce
Not everyone loves sweet treats. Keep with the Halloween theme with some devilishly spicy hot sauce. Personalize the label with your names and “Halloween 2017” for the date. Now they’ll think of you every time they spice up their meals.