A candy apple wedding favor is a fun, cheerful favor for friends and family of all ages. Smiles will abound as guests enjoy these unique, scrumptious apples. You can choose red candy or caramel covered apples or have a mixture of both. Add to the temptation with gourmet chocolate, customized decorations, fun candies, and sprinklings of nuts or crushed cookies. Or make a big impression with a more modern, contemporary look with a monogrammed apple design. The most important thing to keep in mind when choosing your apple wedding favor is that it be a fine representation of you and the style you love.
Adding an interesting twist to wedding favors in the way of presentation is a good idea. Focusing on the display allows you to transform a token gift into a treasured remembrance of a magical day. Let your personality shine through to create an amazing design that is as beautiful as the wedding itself. And while many traditions still apply, altering them to fit your own personal style is the modern application. Here are some candy apple wedding favor ideas we hope you enjoy.
Candy apple tree.
Creating a magnificent apple tree is the perfect way for guests to pick their own candy apple wedding favors. The convenience of self serve along with the beauty of a distinctive presentation make this idea majestic.
This favor display feels romantic, stylish, and visually stunning. Look to nature to hold your apple, avoiding any poisonous tree or shrub. When in doubt, use craft sticks.
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The natural basket, wrought iron table, and earth tone flowers work together to create a country casual feel. Offering guests an assortment of treats is a thoughtful gesture.
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Spending time thinking about your wow factor pays off in the overall guest experience. This apple tree bears an abundance of candied fruit presented in an unexpected way.
Candy apple red.
Color is one of the most important elements of the wedding because it is so personal. This dynamic look was achieved by using vibrant color on a neutral backdrop.
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Guests spend a lot of time at the tables at your reception, so tabletop design is incredibly important. This antique tablecloth serves as a beautiful foundation for all the table needs including the candy apple wedding favors.
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This favor display looks comfortable in the setting. Attention to detail when setting the scene is always noticed. It creates a good feeling and offers apple picking at its best.
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Efficiently serving guests is very important to the overall flow and feeling of the reception. Here the dips, toppings, and apples are all in one convenient station enhanced by candlelight.
Minimizing the amount with maximum results. This mini-apple station offers bite size slices as an example of childhood favorites that guests can serve themselves and enjoy.
Vision of beauty.
The idea behind a successful favor table is to create a focal point to distribute take home gifts. The vision of candy apple wedding favors circling this table is a grand sight.
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H-apple-y ever after.
Each apple favor is placed onto the table for guests to take at the end of the evening. The yellow ribbon and sticker are mighty design components that make a mundane package into a present and instill a sense of joyful anticipation.
The tiered effect of this table makes the wine and candy apples a little more special. The labels provide a common thread that ties the two together.
Fresh design idea.
This wedding favor presentation walks a fine line between formal and rustic. The tablecloth is draped to the ground in formal attire while the candy apples spill from a rustic basket.
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Delicious green apples dipped in caramel with a woodsy handle look naturally tempting. Topped off with a heartfelt thank you message makes all the difference.
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