M&Ms are an ever-popular choice, because you can actually order them in any color you wish and include personal messages or names on them. Perhaps order M&Ms in your wedding theme colors with the bride and groom's names on each candy. After you have picked your candy out, put a few pieces into a little square of tulle and tie the top off with a matching ribbon. This is simple and easy to do, but always turns out really pretty! Other obvious wedding-themed edible treats are Hershey's kisses and conversation hearts. Mints are also a good idea, they are pretty and also provide guests with an after-dinner treat!
Wedding favor boxes are available both in local and online specialty stores. You can think of almost everything you can put in your boxes. Decide whether you want to put edible wedding favors, soaps, candles, or confetti in those containers. The most popular wedding favors that often incorporated with favor boxes are chocolates, candies, mints, almonds, cupcakes, and cookies, but it is still up to you what type of favor that makes a perfect filling to each of the box you want to give to your wedding guests.
Favor boxes can be easily personalized these days. A lot of print firms offer this service at very reasonable prices. This may be something that your favor box supplier can organize. You can't fit many words on a favor box so, perhaps, just your names and wedding date will suffice. There is often the option to add a symbol to the box, a butterfly, love heart, wedding bell to name a few. For a little extra cost this can really make the difference between plain boxes and boxes with real flair!
Decide whether you will go for matte, glossy, crystal acrylic look for your favor boxes. To add a unique touch, you can have your choices embossed or you could also try a metal mesh. To further enhance the look of classic boxes, you can use organza ribbons, raffia, silk or paper flowers, decorative butterflies, interlocking wedding rings, hearts, doves, craft pears, sequins, crystals, tassels, customized stickers or labels.
Take care of the constraints imposed by the nature of the gift while packaging. For example, if the gift is made of glass, you need a holder inside the cage. It is elegant to use small dummy lanterns to hold small bottles of whiskey. If the box shield is opaque but the gift inside requires special care, it might be mishandled by the guests. Hence, the box or bag must not be misleading.