If you’re involved with planning a wedding anytime soon, I’m sure you’ve started to think about possible wedding favor ideas. If you’re into unique and quirky wedding ideas, you’ll love these test tube favors! I’m a huge fan of giving out little favors that are consumed so that very little waste is involved. Whether you go with the honey sticks, loose leaf tea, or bird seed, you can rest assured that your guests will enjoy not only their time at your wedding but also their sweet little favor.
- Victoria Lynn™ Glass Test Tube Favors
- Core’dinations® Bright White Cardstock Sheet
- Birdseed, Loose Leaf Tea, or Honeysticks
- Free “Test Tube Wedding Favors” File
- Extra accessories to customize (optional)
Step 1. The great thing about these quirky wedding ideas is that I’ve already designed the coordinating labels to make your job even easier! Plus, the Free “Test Tube Wedding Favors” File is editable so you’ll be able to add your own information before printing out the tags. Just open up the file in Adobe Acrobat and click in the purple box underneath the cursive section. You’ll be able to add your name and date to the first box and the file will self-populate the rest. Super easy to add a great personalized feeling to these tags!
Step 2. There are three different tags to match three different favor options: Loose Leaf Tea/The Perfect Blend, Birdseeds/From the Love Birds, and Honeysticks/Meant to Bee. Once you know which favor you’ll be giving your guests, you can use additional craft supplies to customize it. From Baker’s Twine to ribbon to stickers, Darice has so many options to help you match these favors to the rest of your wedding!
These etched jar DIY party favors would also make adorable receptacles to hold wedding favors!
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