DIY Bridal Shower Favors Like 1 Twitter Christie Scheer Follow July 26, 2016, 10:13 p.m. in Life and Styles Views: 665 Like us on facebook This past weekend I helped host my sister's bridal shower. After months of planning the event I still was cramming the night before to make favors for our guests. We chose to give small honey jars as favors and they turned out great! They took a little more time than I anticipated and I hit some hiccups along the way, but I couldn't be happier with the finished product. The favor: honey jars filled with local honey, paired with a custom-stamped tag and wooden honey dipper Materials: - glass jars (I ordered these 2 oz. jars from Specialty Bottle) - local honey - wooden honey dippers (I got mine from the awesome company Red Barn Farm of Maine) - colored ribbon - scrapbook paper or pre-cut tags - black pen or ink pad with stamps (I have an awesome set of tiny letter stamps and bought a bee one for this project) - an awl or paper punch Notes: The biggest thing to remember with my favor is that fluid ounces are different than regular ounces (unless we're talking about water). I drastically underestimated the amount of honey I needed to fill my 2 oz. jars and had to return to the store twice, oops! I would also suggest buying a small funnel to help pour the honey into the jars and cover your counter with wax paper for an easy clean-up. These favors were a big hit! I'm glad we decided to make them because everyone loved taking one home at the end of the shower and I really enjoyed getting crafty to make them. There are so many creative ways to recreate this favor with different customizations. It's a simple gift and perfect for a spring or summer bridal shower. Published by Christie Scheer Share Mail Messenger Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Comments Related Article Life and Styles DEAR WOMEN Life and Styles Escape from the BS Life and Styles It Is Still August Right?