Maple Syrup Wedding Favors
Our range of unique wedding favors offer you the wide range to support any weddings theme. Our production team can add burlap twine and a “country” tag motif for the perfect rustic wedding favor. Conversely, fancy ribbon and a lacy tag provides the flexibility for those couples seeking a more elegant styling. These edible favors will substitute sugar in a cocktail and flows nicely over the top of a bowl of ice cream and especially the next morning’s brunch of pancakes.
Maple Candy Favors
Are wedding favors necessary?
Bridal couples have been sending wedding guests home with party favours since the 16th century. The purpose of wedding party favors for guests is to send them home with a little something to remind them of your joyous occasion.
Yes, giving event favors is a common practice among couples who want to kick their wedding day up a notch by giving their guests an appropriate memento. It’s always nice to have a few extras on hand for guests who couldn’t attend or for someone who added to your day, such as a service provider’s employee who went the extra mile, and you’d like to thank them with something extra.
When to order wedding favors?
Wedding favors are generally ordered a month before the wedding, but that does not mean you have to wait. Especially, for items that are not going to spoil like maple syrup favors.
If you are ordering customized bottles for your Vermont favors, then you would want to order 8 to 12 weeks before the wedding to allow time for personalization. We will need to get the glass to the engravers, pick them up and then fill them with our Vermont maple syrup.
When should I order maple sugar candy favors?
Maple sugar candy wedding favors should be ordered at least 4 weeks before the event. We won’t ship your maple candy favors until 2 weeks before your big day to allow for the freshest possible product. We need time to put your order on the production schedule since we make maple candy in small batches. We encourage the planner of the wedding favors to use the note section of the order form to convey critical information, when placing the order.