Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Wedding DIY: Popper Favor

When we got engaged, I started saving toilet paper rolls. I thought I would use them to make something for the wedding. I ended up turning them into a decoration for our bathroom, which is or isn't ironic, depending how you look at it.

But recently, our toilet paper roll ran out and I got inspired to make this Wedding DIY: Popper Favor tutorial.


I made these wedding themed, of course, but you could fill them with different candies and use them for a bridal shower too.

Popper Favor

Popper Favor 


What You'll Need:



What You'll Do:

Popper Favor

Cut the tissue paper in half, then in thirds (so you can make six per sheet of tissue paper, as long as you don't buy paper that is really sheer).

Popper Favor

Fill the tube with bride and groom buttermints. You can fit four comfortably and five if you stuff them.

Popper Favor

Wrap the tissue paper around the toilet paper roll.

Popper Favor

Tie each end with a piece of ribbon.

That's it. Your wedding popper favors are done. They're so easy. Grab a few friends and a few snacks and you can make enough for your guests in record time. They're super easy and super cheap (and if your wedding is coming up, just ask your family and bridal party to save their toilet paper rolls for you too).

BRIDAL BABBLE: What would you fill these popper favors with?

8 comments:

  1. These would be great for any kind of party. You could fill them with the mints, or I would fill them with chocolate, of course!

    Aria H.

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  2. What a great DIY favor! I would have to go with mini York peppermint patties for the filler.

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  3. I love this idea! Poppers were always my favorite during the holidays growing up!

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  4. This are really cute. I like the color of these DIY popper wedding favors. You did a good job in making them. I would fill them with chocolate.

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  5. This is so cute. I might do this for Christmas time since I remember my friend's grandmother always having them for us. I'd fill them with candies and a paper crown

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  6. I think it would be fun for a New Years Eve party.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  7. How simple and sweet, I love them!

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  8. what a great idea! they turned out really cute! Love the purple.

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