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Making Your Own Chocolate Wedding Favors - Tips and Recipes

It's your wedding, and all of your beloved are coming to celebrate this wonderful day with you. You want it to be perfect, from the roses to the favors. You want your wedding unique and for it to be an expression of who you are as a couple and also represent you as individuals. So Wedding Favor Dressmany weddings are cookie cutter copies - you want something different! Even the wedding favors at most weddings are been-there-done-that. Why not make your own wedding favors? No more Jordan Almond tasting for you! You and your friends can make beautiful chocolate wedding favors that your guests will actually want to eat. They will say to themselves, "She MADE this???"

Wedding Oreo Cookie Sandwich Mold

Wedding Bride Groom Oreo Cookie Chocolate Mold

What a delightful wedding favor, a chocolate oreo cookie! Use this wedding Oreo cookie mold and follow the recipe and you have a unique favor!

Chocolate Covered 
Graham Wedding Favor Wedding Favor Cookie

NonPareil Sprinkles

Follow these simple instructions for a beautiful White Chocolate Graham or White Chocolate Dipped Oreo Cookie. Decorate with ribbon to match your colors and they will think you are a genius. We do, too! Either of these will cost less than $0.50 each to make.

Wedding Favors 
Truffles

Beautiful White Chocolate Truffles Decorated in Your Wedding Colors!

Follow this simple recipe for molded chocolate truffles, only use white chocolate instead for the outside. Add icing layons that fit your style. Truffles only cost about $0.25 to make. Place truffles in a single box, a triple truffle box, or a clear oval box that holds 4 truffles!

Wedding Favors Chocolate Covered GrahamsWedding Favor Cookie

Color Me Beautiful

Follow these simple instructions for a beautiful White Chocolate Graham or White Chocolate Dipped Oreo Cookie. Decorate with ribbon to match your colors. Use the candy painting bottle with the candy food coloring to add color to match! Use the icing layons to brighten them up even further. Cost is about $0.50 each.

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