Thursday, June 29, 2017

DIY Chocolate Seashells And Sand Favor

I love summer weddings. I just think summer is such a great season in general, but for weddings, it adds so much happiness, sunshine, and cute possibilities. And if you have a beach wedding in summer, you definitely can incorporate things like seashells and sand – which is basically free d├ęcor.

And, when it comes to weddings, anything that you can get free is great.

You can also incorporate seashells and sand into your wedding favors too – edible ones at that.

If you need a favor idea for your beach wedding, check out the DIY Chocolate Seashell And Sand Favors from www.abrideonabudget.com.

DIY Chocolate Seashells And Sand Favor


This is a really cute wedding favor if you're planning a beach wedding. If I would have thought about this when I was planning our beach wedding, I may have gone with this instead of our wedding favors.

If you need a favor idea for your beach wedding, check out the DIY Chocolate Seashell And Sand Favors from www.abrideonabudget.com.

What You'll Need:

What You'll Do:


If you need a favor idea for your beach wedding, check out the DIY Chocolate Seashell And Sand Favors from www.abrideonabudget.com.

Pour the brown cane sugar into the bottom of the treat bag. It's important that you make sure to use cane sugar as it will be crystals and will look like sand. Traditional brown sugar will be too thin for the illusion.

If you need a favor idea for your beach wedding, check out the DIY Chocolate Seashell And Sand Favors from www.abrideonabudget.com.

Add your chocolate shells into the bag. Buying pre-made bulk chocolates will make this a lot easier on you. You could buy a chocolate seashell mold and make your own, but that would be a lot of chocolate seashells to make during wedding week.

If you need a favor idea for your beach wedding, check out the DIY Chocolate Seashell And Sand Favors from www.abrideonabudget.com.
Tie with a piece of gold ribbon.

Simple. And when you're DIY'ing your favors, you definitely need them to be simple since you're making large quantities of them. If you pick something that is too difficult or time consuming, you risk getting bored, rushing, and having a terrible looking favor. That doesn't exactly say thank you.

BRIDAL BABBLE: Do you think you could make this chocolate seashells and sand favor?

10 comments:

  1. I LOVE this - I wish I knew about this when I was researching favors for our wedding - we ended up giving mini-photo albums with a seashell on them.

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  2. Great idea! So simple and yet elegant for a beach themed wedding.

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  3. Simple, easy and very appropriate for a beach wedding, but I would be afraid of them melting due to the heat, if the reception was outside. Great idea!

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  4. cute idea and it looks yummy!

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  5. What a cute idea! It didn't sound very appealing when I read the title, but now I see it would taste yummy. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Great idea! I would expand your idea by displaying the chocolate and 'sand' on a pretty 'silver' serving plate/bowl, place tongs/scoop nearby, and let the guests fill the bag themselves. Guests really love DIY tables!

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  7. So cute! I really thought it was sand when I first saw it! I'm with Tina on the DIY table -- and incorporate some way to let the guests eat their crushed up graham crackers. Frozen yogurt, maybe? Maybe I'm just hungry.

    Either way, the idea is super cute!

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  8. Adorable! I thought it was real at first too! Then thought 'how cute!' Thanks for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It! :)

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  9. This is a wonderful idea and it looks amazing!

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  10. What a lovely idea I might use it for my 60th birthday celebrations! Thanks for sharing with us at #overthemoon and hope to see you at next week's link up. I've shared on social media. x

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