Product Spotlight: DIY Favors Made Simple

diy favor kits

If you love the homemade look of DIY but don’t have that necessary “crafty touch”, or the time to pull it off, this post is definitely for you! DIY wedding accessories are a lovely thing. Special bits and bobs come together, layer upon layer, to create pretty little accents. But DIY also requires a certain knack and a good chunk of time to find all the pieces required to pull together the look you’re going after. Then, factor in quantity when it comes to things like guest favors and it all just gets that much more complicated.

So today, for all of you out there wanting the DIY look without all the work, we’re offering up the perfect solution by way of three super pretty, and super convenient, all in one Favor Kits. Complete with all the pieces you need to get you to the crafty end result you’re after, DIY just got a whole lot easier. Happy Friday!

Vintage Finds

vintage favor kit

featured here: vintage style favor wrapping kit, complete with 12 paper boxes and 12 mix and match strands of pre-cut satin ribbon, pre-cut lace and paper wraps

diy vintage guest favor kit

shabby chic styled favors

tip: customize your vintage favor boxes with the use of a different colored ribbon

Old School Fun

vintage airmail favor kit

featured here: vintage airmail favor kit, complete with 10 vintage airmail print favor boxes, 10 strands of twine, 5 metal globe and 5 metal compass charms

diy travel themed guest favors

Homespun Charm

sweetie pie mini pie favor kit

featured here: “sweetie pies” mini pie packaging kit, complete with 20 printed paper boxes, “enjoy” tags, wax sheets and pre-cut red and white baker’s twine

diy mini pie kit

customized diy mini pie kit

tip: give the look a twist and a pop of color by using a satin ribbon in your color scheme

xoxo.

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