Favors

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Favors

Postby weddinggirl82 » Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:36 pm

For our favors, we wanted to incorporate an item that felt like a gift.

We ordered caramel apples (minus nuts b/c i'm allergic) for less that $1.00 each favor.

We repackaged them and put a cute note and ribbon. They were a huge hit, people we even eating them at the tables at the wedding.
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Re: Favors

Postby Clover315 » Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:04 pm

That is a cute idea. Where did you order the apples from?
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Re: Favors

Postby weddinggirl82 » Tue Oct 13, 2009 6:52 am

We got the apples from Happy Apples in Washington MO. They will deliver right before your event.

It was around $50 (including shipping) for 48 apples. The prices might change for next year.

You can get the apples with nuts, sprinkles, plain caramel, etc.
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Re: Favors

Postby Mary K » Tue Oct 13, 2009 2:09 pm

I really like that idea too--we're doing Merb's bionic apples for our rehearsal dinner instead of the reception. If I had known that you could order them direct like that for such a reasonable price we may have done them as wedding favors. I'm sure we spent way more than that on our candy buffet.
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