Honey Wedding Favors – Meant to Bee DIY Project

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Photo taken by Lulan Photography. Honey wedding favors for our guests at our wedding in March 2017.

Honey Wedding Favors – Meant to Bee DIY Project

Honey Wedding Favors with customized Meant to Bee sign are the sweetest gifts for your guests. In addition, you can actually do them yourself and I will show you how below. I did them for my wedding in March 2017.

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So here is the DIY process for 100 honey wedding favors:

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These were the honey wedding favors at our wedding in March 2017.
  • Main ingredient – I purchased these 2 cases of honey jars that totaled 120 jars (each 2inch tall) so it was enough for each guest with some leftovers. Another way to do this is to get empty and bigger jars and honey separate and fill them up yourself.

  • Next I purchased blank 100 count gift tags and twine so I could use with the honey jars. I cut the twine into the same number as the gift tags so it was enough. I hand wrote our names and wedding date on the bottom front of each gift tag. In addition, I hand wrote “thank you for bee’ing here” on the back of each gift tag.

  • I also purchased 120 stickers of “Meant to Bee” because you know bee and honey and my husband and I are meant to be ;). I placed each sticker on the front of each gift tag.

Next 3 items:

  • Another item I purchased is 100 or so honey wooden sticks/dippers so they complement the honey jars. They were about 3inch and it’s a perfect size since jar is 2inch tall. If you get bigger honey jars then you will need longer honey dippers/sticks.

  • Additional item on the list is the burlap ribbon 4inch wide which I cut up into 100 or so pieces to put on top of each honey jar. Ended up being a good size for me; however, if you decide to go with bigger honey jars, you will need wider burlap ribbon. In addition, there are other color burlap ribbons available if you don’t like this color or if you want to match your wedding theme color.

  • Last thing to mention is that I also got little clear bands to hold the burlap in addition to the twine. This is optional but makes it easier.

Putting everything together and you get the final product of fun and sweet honey wedding favors perfect for guests. I also made some cute signs too – see below. “Something for you from the Bride & Groom” and “Love is Sweet, Please take a treat”

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This was when I finished honey wedding favors DIY project and placed them with the signs.

In Conclusion:

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These were the honey wedding favors at our wedding in March 2017.

I hope you found this DIY tutorial for honey wedding favors helpful and useful.

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