30 Favor Packaging Ideas with Clip Art
Tissue-Paper Flower Favors
These oversize tissue-paper flowers bring a burst of color to any place setting and make excellent favors.
Mini Barrels of Matches Favors
You can fashion these favors in less time than it takes to strike a match (almost!). Pick one of our designs, add your initial to the template, print, then cut where indicated.
Monogram Wreath Stamp
Commission a custom rubber stamp bearing your monogram using this design, then apply it to favors, thank-you notes, and anything else you want to personalize.
A sweet side product of the day you start your new life together? Budding friendships between your guests. Make sure those bonds last by giving them address books to collect the contact information of all their newfound pals. Get them started by stamping your newlywed names and your address in the book.
Fresh Fruit Favor Wraps
Most sunny locales have one thing in common: amazing fruit! Think oranges in Florida, pomegranates in Greece, or mangoes in Mexico. Our patterns complete the package. Print them out onto Yasutomo rice paper (dickblick.com), cut each page into strips, and wrap them around pieces of local produce, finishing with twine.
Tote Bag Wedding Favor
The best thing about this gift idea: You won't find another like it anywhere else. Ask your calligrapher to create something special -- a sentiment (as we did here), an illustration, or a symbol. Have the image converted into a digital file and print it onto iron-on transfer paper. Cut closely around the design, iron onto a canvas bag (following the manufacturer's instructions), and -- don't forget this part! -- admire your handiwork.
Candy Favor Dividers
Given as a favor, chocolate is always a big hit, and letting your guests assemble their own boxes sweetens the deal. Create a buffet of offerings -- we used milk, white, and dark chocolates -- and label each with a printed tag. Small boxes, secured with elastic bands, are casually stacked alongside the treats. Use our template to create the box dividers that allow guests to separate their picks.
Watercolor Favor Box Wrapping Paper
This pretty watercolor wrapping-paper clip art creates a sleeve to wrap around a jewelry box filled with your choice of favor. Choose from pink, orange, or yellow designs.
Geometric Wine Label and Matchbox Favors
Once you've wined and dined your loved ones, see them off with personalized matchbooks (these are from Party Favors Plus) and bottles of local vino. Just add your information to our file, and print. The wine label is easily secured with double-sided tape, while glue works best for the matchbook cover.
Mint Tin Favor Wrapper and Lining Template
Be the consummate hosts by passing out mints in tins whose printed liners read "Mint to Be!" and "A Breath of Fresh Air." To make them your own, just add your info to our labels.
Lollipop Favor Tree Pennant
A display of lollipops encourages guests to tap into their inner children.
Paper Dahlia Favors
For these eye-catching favor pouches, we used bright tissue paper to create a pattern that mimics that bold beauty, then tied on a tag bearing planting instructions, plus verdant ribbon to pose as leaves. At home, guests will peel back the petals to reveal a dormant dahlia bulb brimming with potential and just waiting to take root.
Crepe-Paper Cracker Favors
Using a common cardboard tube, you can create a treat-filled crepe-paper cracker in a few quick steps.
Calligraphy Cone Favors
The final touches for a gilded theme: Victorian-style paper cones stuffed with wrapped chocolates.
Floral Favor Bags
Lace Bag and Cracker Favors
Send guests on their merry way with these inspired goodbye gifts that use our pretty lace clip art.
Heart Wrap Favors
Stylishly wrapped chocolate favors are perfect for your big day. To make the packaging, cut scrapbooking paper into a 1 1/2-inch-by-6-inch strips. At the center of each, cut out a half heart (see our template) using a craft knife. Then, wrap around a stack of three chocolate tasting squares, secure with double-sided tape, and fold back the heart.
Dragee Favor Boxes
At traditional Greek weddings, dragees are handed out in odd-numbered amounts. The indivisibility of the numbers shows the newlyweds will be partners for life. For a chic sweet, fill 3 1/2-inch boxes with an odd number of different dragees. Use our template to make the box lining that separates the dragees into 3 different compartments.
Origami Wood Favor
This neat gift is appealingly minimalist, and the origami technique that shapes it is just as simple. Place your present -- a 3-inch cheese wheel fits well -- in the middle, and fold in one flap at a time, then nestle it in a Panibois basket.
Our horns of plenty were made using crepe paper (for the liner) and card stock (for the outer cone) printed with a quarter-circle design.
Tea Time and Dotted Candy Wrapped Favors
Cupid's Bow Matchbox Favors
For the matchboxes, print the Cupid's bow art on text-weight paper, trim to size, and wrap around boxes (without covering the striking surface).
Seed Matchbook Favor
Sure, matchbooks have become a go-to wedding favor, but there's more to these clever versions than meets the eye. Give away a surprising something to remember in the form of a cheery, charming pack of forget-me-not seeds. The best part: Long after the big day, guests will watch the dainty blossoms -- and the memories -- spring to life.
Candy Box Favors
Use any basic card stock to create these beautiful favor boxes.
Cookie Favor Envelope
A cookie fits neatly in this swirly, smart, and stylish parcel that you can craft with our template.
Wedding Favor Cones
Floral Purse Favor
Send the youngest guests home with favors of their own: change purses filled with penny candy.
Cootie Catcher Favor
Pucker up! Everyone can have fun at your reception with this kissing game favor that puts a lively twist on the cootie catchers you played with as a child. Turn it over and you can fill it with candy for double duty as a favor and game.
Paper Bloom Favors
Create a boundless field of tulips with these sweet favors. We placed bulbs (you can buy them online in the fall) in votive candleholders with enough water to cover the roots, then added paper blooms and a vellum seat assignment to each one.