Wedding favors coffee
We're big proponents of edible wedding favors, but treats you can drink or sip are just as delightful, too. Miniature packages of coffee and tea are guaranteed crowd-pleasers and are an especially apt choice if you're having a winter wedding. So if you and your groom are coffee lovers or tea drinkers, here are some of our favorite ways to offer them to your guests as a parting gift.
"His & Hers" Coffee Favors (above): If you and your groom are java junkies, send guests home with packages containing your favorite roasts.
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Personalized Coffee-Bean Bags: Ask your local roaster if they can customize coffee-bean bags with your wedding details to give as favors.
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Miniature Burlap Sacks: This couple passed out burlap sacks containing Colombian coffee beans as a nod to the groom's heritage.
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Locally Roasted Beans: For their Los Angeles nuptials, this caffeine-loving couple hired baristas from their favorite local coffee shop to make made-to-order drinks at the reception; as favors, they passed out bags of their favorite roasts.
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Self-Serve Favor Station: For a more interactive favor idea, set up a station with your favorite coffee beans, kraft-paper sacks, and scoops and invite guests to help themselves before departing from the reception.
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Tins of Tea: If tea is more your thing, place a small tin filled with your favorite brew at each place setting.
Jars of Tea: Another simple DIY favor idea is to fill glass jelly jars with your favorite loose-leaf tea for guests to enjoy at home.
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Tea Test Tubes: Alternatively, you could fill small cork-topped test tubes with one or two servings of your favorite tea.
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Self-Serve Tea Station: Invite guests to make their own tea sachet by having a favors table set up with muslin bags and glass jars containing your favorite tea varieties.