Halloween Favors & Wedding Edibles for Spooky Soirées
Oct 14, 2011
Doesn’t everyone love Halloween? I certainly do: there’s something about the cool weather, changing leaves, carving pumpkins, dressing up as whatever I want and eating a ton of candy that really brings back a lot of memories and reminds me that fall is in full swing. Though I’ve attended many Halloween parties, I’ve always wanted to have one of my own – complete with the silly games of feeling wet noodles and thinking they’re brains, telling ghost stories and even creating my very own haunted house. Of course, no party is complete without favors, and this season we’ve devoted an entire section to Halloween party favors.
From what I’ve seen, most hosts usually visit their local party store for favors for their freaky affair. Goodie bags filled with candy and other spooky trinkets like spider rings and vampire fangs are classic, but if you really want to present your guests with something unique and memorable, you’re looking in the right place. In true spirit, most of our Halloween favors are edible and designed with ghosts, Jack-o-lanterns and other familiar Halloween characters. My favorites are our pumpkin design brownies (they’re soooo good!), marshmallow and krispy pops designed to look like ghosts, mummies, Frankenstein and much more. We also offer an extensive line of personalized Halloween favors, like chocolates and maple syrup bottles.
You certainly don’t have to limit these favors to Halloween favors. Haven’t you heard of a Halloween themed wedding? Although I assume they’re won’t be many this year, as the holiday is on a Monday, I’ve seen it happen in the past. Halloween definitely isn’t just for kids – you can tell all your guests to skip the heels, dresses and suits and wear their favorite costume. You can use our tasty Halloween favors as wedding favors or wedding edibles, or use our unique broomstick place card holders to seat your guests.
Have a great weekend! And I hope everyone enjoys this year’s Halloween too! – Kelsey
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