Monday, August 15, 2011

{Marshmallow} DIY Wedding Favors


I stumbled across this fantastic DIY project from Coupon Clipping Cook that would make for a wonderful (and budget-friendly) idea for edible wedding favors. Marshmallows have always been a favorite of mine but these lovelies have definitely been taken to the next level. A perfect starter project for you DIY newbies!
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Thanks to Mike at Six Pack Sleep for sharing this. 
Aren't they divine! If you're thinking about making these beauties for your own wedding favors, click here to see the entire recipe.
Bon App├ętit!

22 comments:

  1. they're a pleasure for the eyes and i bet for the mouth too :)))

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  2. I love staring at this post, which is what I'll be doing for the remainder of my day. LOVE IT.

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  3. Just added marshmallows to my weekly shopping list ;)

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  4. So cool. We weren't going to splurge on wedding favors but I might have to now. Kids would love these.

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  5. I don't even like marshmallows that much but like them more now!

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  6. Love this. Gonna do this with the kiddos:)

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  7. OMIGOSH! THANK you for this! Me and my fiance have been looking for cheap ways to keep the guests not hungry at our wedding! This is SO cheap and easy!

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  8. Right thats it i am off to the shops. This looks great

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  9. Nom nom! What a scrumptiously fun post!

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  10. absolutely adorable! way to think outside the box :)

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  11. Can you make and freeze these ahead of time? Please tell me yes, please tell me yes!

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  12. Danielle, I don't think you'd need to freeze these. They're all made up of ingredients that are stored on the shelf! As long as you protected them from extreme amounts of moisture I think they'd be okay making them one, maybe even two weeks ahead of time and storing them in a sealed container out of the fridge or freezer.

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  13. This is a great idea, inexpensive and colourful. But if you're anything like me they might get eaten before the wedding :)

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  14. what did you use to make the sprinkles, etc. stick to the marshmallows?

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  15. I am going to make these to go with the hot chocolate bar we are going to have at my daughter's December wedding. Thanks for the great idea!

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  16. What do you use to make everything stick to the marshmellows?? btw super cute!

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  17. Absolutely love this idea! Inexpensive and you don't have to be a full blown artist to make them!

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  18. These are fantastic! Super simple and not expensive, thank you so much, currently looking for ways to save money on our wedding without compromising on the experience!

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  19. Brilliant and cheap and by the way it looks yummy :)

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  20. OMG those look amazing. Now I'm hungry. Serving those up with a little graham cracker would be even more amazing lol

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