In honor of a family tradition, a bride canned 230 jars of four-berry jam and offered them to guests as favors.

Her letterpressed labels included a description of her jam and a brief note to thank her guests for coming.

Use our clip art to make labels for your wedding (each sheet has 21 labels).

Jam Favor How-To

1. Using decorative craft paper and a 3 1/2-inch circular craft punch, create inserts to be placed in between the jar's metal lid and screw-on ring.

2. Download our clip art for the jam labels and print onto plain paper. Use a craft knife and a metal straightedge to cut between the crop marks (do not cut all the way to the edges of the paper; this will leave the crop marks intact for subsequent cuts). Attach labels to jars with double-sided tape, or punch a hole in the corner, thread with baker's twine, and tie around the lid as shown.

3. To create the band, wrap a length of ribbon around the jar, securing with double-sided tape.

Comments (4)

December 10, 2013
Really great ideas! I think you need more tips on flower girl dresses and ring bearer tuxedos!
June 22, 2013
These wedding Favors are adorable. Lost Loon Farms is an artisan preserve company from Maine and they have some of the most adorable wedding favors out there. They have been featured in Martha Stewarts weddings! Checkout there products at
July 2, 2010
there are sites where you can get labels that are totally customizable i think\ i know there's one website called that let you do text and color and shape customization hope that helps
June 23, 2010
I really want to use the clip art, but I was wondering if there was a way to edit it? I want to make Jalapeno Jam instead.