Thursday, October 15, 2015

Spooky S'mores Favors (Under $1 Each!)

This post is from last year, but I wanted to repost it for anyone who may be planning fall weddings this year.

I love s'mores. They're such a fun campfire treat. It wasn't until I was on Pinterest that I considered them a wedding idea. I found a pin that had a ton of sternos lined up and guests were roasting marshmallows. 

So fun.

But how great would it be to actually make cute s'mores favors. I put together this super fun (and really cheap) DIY for spooky s'mores favors. And if you make it, please, invite me to your wedding.

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I used ghost Peeps for the marshmallow because it's fall and that's so fitting with Halloween around the corner. But you can buy heart-shaped Peeps and make these anytime.

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Spooky S'mores Favors 


What You'll Need:

What You'll Do:

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Crack a graham cracker in half and put it in a cellophane bag.

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Crack a Hershey's bar in half and put one half into the bag on top of the crackers.

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Place one Peep on top of the chocolate.

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Tie it with a piece of twine (clearly, the ghost was hiding from my chipped nail polish).

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You're done. 

How cute is he?

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So cute that he needed a friend.

A package of nine Peeps was $2 at my grocery store (so $.22 per Peep). A Hershey's bar, not on sale, is $1 (so $.50 per favor). And a box of graham crackers is about $3 for 24 crackers (so $.12 per favor). Cellophane bags are generally under $3 for 20 (so $.15 each). Add that all up and you're paying $1.01 per favor. Completely adorable s'mores favors for barely over a dollar (and less if you buy the candy on sale or in bulk).

BRIDAL BABBLE: If you were making these s'mores favors, what shape of Peeps would you choose?


Need more Halloween wedding favors?


Check out our post: Halloween Wedding Favor Ideas.


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6 comments:

  1. My wedding date is October 30, so these spooky treats would have been perfect!

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  2. These are really cute. They would be great for any party. Thanks for sharing. Love it.

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  3. I absolutely love this idea!! Would love to do this for my kiddo's classmates. So much fun & inexpensive, too. Great post! :) (Coming over from Small Victories Sunday Link up)

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  4. Awesome idea! I can't wait to do this with my toddler so that he can share them with his friends! #meetupmonday everyday-thoughts.com

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  5. This is such a fun treat for my son's class! I love that they are different than the usual candy bags and they are can make them later! Thanks for sharing with Saucy Saturdays. We love having you!

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