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Cookies as Favors?

Jesso84Jesso84 member
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edited June 2014 in Favors
Hi, 

I came across a local girl that does custom cookies for wedding favors. I need a way to display the cookies. She either does plastic bags or mini easels. Let me know what you think looks best! The link below is to some examples


Re: Cookies as Favors?

  • tammym1001tammym1001 Akron, Ohio member
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    I like the look of the easel, but I would prefer it to be wrapped up in something and not just sitting on the table. If it is just like the picture I would do wrapped in plastic bags instead.
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  • JoanE2012JoanE2012 Exit 21 (Jersey!) member
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    Plastic bags.  Not a fan of food sitting out in the open that anyone can touch.  Love the cookie idea!
  •  I agree with the plastic bag route! I'm also one of those people that would debate taking one if they were left out in the open. (Especially with sticky kiddie fingers browsing through to see which is the perfect cookie). Lol. 

     I love the cookie idea for sure though! Edible favours are always a good choice! :)

     *J
  • AddieCakeAddieCake Beyond the Wall member
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    Ditto PPs. Love how cute the easels are, but it would probably be better if they were wrapped.
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  • chibiyuichibiyui The Boring Part of MD member
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    Bag it.
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  • Jen4948Jen4948 Houston member
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    I'd use plastic bags for neatness and ease of travel.
  • Love the cookie idea!! I agree with others, I would rather receive it in a plastic bag knowing the only hands that touched the cookies was the baker. In the bag I don't have to worry about other peoples fingers, sneezes, or coughs. Plus easier for the staff to put out instead of having to deal with the little easles & putting the cookies just right on them.
  • Agreed - go with the baggies! Much more sanitary, and also gives people the opportunity to save it for later if they're full from dinner!
  • Here are some wedding cookies that I recently did for a friend.  I just bagged them up and tied them with ribbon.  
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