It’s hard to find a party favor that guests crave more than candy. Whether it’s chocolates, gummies, dragees, taffy, caramels, or lollipops – you can’t go wrong with gifting your guests something sweet for their trip home.
If you want to give sweets for your party favors, try out these great ideas for packaging and giving off candy:
Whatever candies you choose, keep them coherent with your party’s color palette. Display them in these clear candy favor boxes and pick your ribbon of choice to coordinate with your party’s décor.
Black stripes hexagonal candy box
This black stripes candy box is a nice choice for an upscale theme – the black and white color looks sophisticated and adds an elegant set-up to your party favor table. Fill it with French macarons, Ferrero, chocolate-dipped Oreos, or fudge.
Personalized miniature candy bars
Hershey’s Miniatures chocolate candy is a goodie bag favorite. Truly, it’s a little something for everyone! Help it make your party even more special by giving it off with personalized labels in the color and message of your choice. You can find a lot of stickers for miniatures candy bar that may fit the kind of party and theme you are having!
Homemade candies in lace jute drawstring bag
For a boho chic-themed party, use this chic lace jute drawstring bag. Pack your homemade candies or truffles in foil wrappers, put a few pieces on the drawstring bag, add a “Thank you” tag, and make your guests’ day!
Give away wafer cones and fill them with keto-friendly meringue cookies. It’s a unique presentation for meringue candy that’s perfect for fun and colorful parties! Then, wrap them up in triangular plastic and add a ribbon in your color of choice.
Sugar candy lollipops
If you plan to host a Candy Land party or a colorful birthday party for your little girl, handing out the guests with sugar lollipops is the perfect way to end the day! Using sugar and corn syrup, create your own lollipops using these silicon molds that take the shape of hearts, flowers, and bows. While making the lollipops, add some sprinkles that fit with the color scheme of your party. You may also stir in your flavorings to give the pops a punch of fruity flavor. And when the candies have hardened, you can pack them individually in cellophane wrappers with gold ties. Use this lollipop treat bag set that comes with sticks.
For a fall party, what better favors than caramel apples? It’s a great favor for any birthday party, fall wedding, or Thanksgiving. Use an extra-large candy cup and skewers for the caramel apples. Place them in clear candy apple boxes. Add a ribbon to the stick that corresponds to your theme.
Cotton candy in round acrylic boxes
Your family and friends will feel like kids again when they receive cute cotton candy favors. Make your own cotton candy in the color according to your palette, then pack them in round acrylic boxes. You may like to use this “thank you” cotton candy sticker if it fits your theme.
Tissue paper and sequin wrapper
Sometimes, it’s all in the presentation. Give away chocolate bars that everybody loves, like Snickers, Milky Way, Kitkat Chunky or any bar that has the same shape. Roll it up in colorful tissue paper, position a strip of sequins down the center, then cinch the ends with a thin string for a fancy take on your candy wrapping.
Rustic love boxes
Jordan almonds in burlap bags
If you’re Italian and you’re getting married, it makes sense to honor the Italian tradition of giving five Jordan almonds – each signifying happiness, health, wealth, longevity, and fertility. Though a tulle bag is typically used, you can opt for a burlap bag with a heart and give off Jordan almonds in classic white. You may also opt for gold or silver Jordan almonds for an upgrade.
Bakery boxes with window
Candies are great, but sometimes, the home baker in you is willing to give something more filling. Pack your homemade cookies, tarts, French macarons, truffles, muffins, or biscuits in this bakery box with window. Add a ribbon that fits your theme.
Transparent pillow box
Horseshoe chocolate candy
A brilliant wedding favor for a country Western-themed wedding is horseshoe chocolate candy. Bring out your homemade chocolate recipe, or simply use a chocolate bar of your favorite chocolate and melt them. Shape your candy in this mold and when it’s hard enough, pack them up in this sealable adhesive bags. Create a custom “just got hitched” sticker to complete the party favor.
Floral candy packaging
Upgrade your candy packaging with a simple piece of fabric stapled on the fold. As a party favor for your tea party, you can give away saltwater taffy in cellophane bags, but instead of using the foil tie, cut a piece of floral or gingham fabric and staple it with the cellophane on top to seal the bag.
Robin eggs in a pail
Use petite, colorful metal buckets and fill it with Whoppers Robin Eggs as a party favor for your next Easter shindig! Then, wrap it with clear cellophane or keep it as it is. Kids will love it, and they can reuse the metal buckets for crafts, storage, or play.
Pineapple candy boxes
Send your guests home with sweet treats after a luau party in these pineapple candy boxes. It’s fun to fill it with all sorts of pineapple candy like Jolly Ranchers, Gummy Frootz, Zazers, and Piña Colada lollipops.
Hexagonal marble box
This beautiful hexagonal marble box can add extra elegance to your party. Fill it with Kisses, Jolly Ranchers, Laffy Taffy, or any individually wrapped candy you like.
Princess candy box
For a princess-themed birthday party, bridal shower, or baby shower, these dress-shaped candy boxes will be a huge hit! These are very well-made and pretty! Fill it up with Kirkland mini chocolates and Dove chocolates for everyone to enjoy.
Milk jar favor
Place your delicious candy favors in these clear, milk bottle-shaped jars with a cork stopper. Have this favor personalized for your event by customizing a sticker that blends well with your party theme. It’s great for any event, but most especially for baby showers and first birthdays.