Wedding favor mints have been a traditional choice of candy for many years. Today, there are many new ways to present wedding mints, from casual to elegant, giving you the flexibility to match your own personal style. We believe that the wedding favor should always reflect the style of the wedding, so make choices that complement the decor. For instance, if you have chosen to give individual personalized tins filled with wedding mints, choose a meaningful design that blends all the elements seamlessly together. And since the candy is still as sweet as the occasion, it's easy to create wedding favors that are mint to be.
How you present your favors is up to you, but the more creative you are, the more impact your wedding favor mints will have. The goal is to make sure that all the elements work together in harmony rather than one detail grabbing all the attention. To create an eye-catching focal point, play around with different effects and see what works bests. Your presentation should be a pleasure to look at and most importantly, easy to access.
When your favorite color is mint and one of your favorite candies is mints, then this is the candy bar for you. Although this candy bar is based on just one color, there are variations of that color throughout. The seamless result is visually stimulating.
Mint to be pretty and practical.
Practicality is a prime issue when arranging wedding favors. This display combines wedding style with what is appropriate for actual use. Easy accessibility for guests is the goal in favor presentations.
Mint to be personalized.
Putting your own personal touch on your wedding favor mints is certainly worth the effort. Here, pretty mints are transformed into stunning focal points with a personalized card and ribbon
Mint to unify.
Tablescape elements rely on one another for unity. The flowers, tableware, and favors are compatible in color, scale, and texture. All the elements together convey a sweet harmony to the eyes of the beholders.
Photo courtesy of Erin Hearts Court
Mint to be seen.
These clear boxes filled with mints will not be missed. The dainty ribbon, soft colors, and classic customization all look right at home in the wicker basket.
Photo courtesy of Britney Kay Photography
One shot to impress.
The way we display mints adds immeasurably to the overall look. Personalized shot glasses dressed in tulle and ribbon result in keepsakes guests will want to take home.
Freshly minted ideas.
This fresh idea makes finding your seat a little sweeter. The name and table table number are indicated on the top of the favor. Once at the table, guests will enjoy the mints you have so graciously provided.
Mint to refresh.
Tic tac wedding favors can be made with personalized labels designed completely by you. This would be a great addition to a gift bag.
Mint to be.
A sweet sign is a good way to echo the sentiments of the day. Be inventive and have fun with the little things that make a big difference. Using personalized York peppermint patties is an easy way to make this simple display even more special.
Mint for you.
Make a great first impression. Give guests everything they need up front, including a personalized minty treat. This gives guests something unexpected to enjoy, with you to thank.
Mint to say thank you.
Thank you awaits in the form of mint filled personalized tins. The monogrammed initials, names, and wedding date make it visually appealing and sweet as can be.
Mint for destination weddings.
These mini suitcases are just the ticket for destination wedding favors. Here, the mint wedding favors are jazzed up even further with decorative details.
Mint to be sophisticated.
Attention to details is what conveys personality in wedding favor mints. Sheer bags with matching ribbon drawstrings leave mint tins visible, while adding a sophisticated look.
Mint to be sweet.
This idea of using wedding conversation hearts as fillers is a bright idea. Customized sayings such as "To have and to hold," "I do," "I thee wed," or "Kiss the bride" make them ideal wedding candies. Surrounding these candles with tins of mint wedding favors is a sweet presentation idea.
Photo courtesy of My Hearts Desire
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