When the cake is finally served at your wedding, half of the time your guests won't have enough room to eat another bite, but that doesn't mean that they don't want to try it, especially if it's part of a homemade dinner! After all, the wedding cake is the centerpiece that is supposed to represent the flavor of the newly wedded pair as a couple.
So, for your wedding, why not kill two birds with one stone and offer favor boxes as a grateful DIY wedding gift? With a whimsical design and a useful functionality, DIY treat boxes, or party favor boxes, are both a tasteful detail and an expression of your conscientiousness as a newlywed couple. Plus, it's a DIY gift that your guests are sure to take along with them.
Learn how to make these handmade gifts with these super simple directions. As for as homemade gifts go, it doesn't get easier than this inexpensive wedding gift.
Treat boxes (try gable boxes, take out boxes, or paper cardboard boxes)
Pie slice box template
8.5 x 11" cardstock (white or preferred color)
Hot glue gun & glue sticks
Full page label paper
Free treat labels
Building pie slice boxes takes a bit of time and patience, but it is made much easier when you use Martha Stewart's template. When you print out the template, make sure to use cardstock as it is a strong paper that will be able to hold up to a slice of pie as well as easily go through a printer.
Once you have everything printed, cut along the dotted line borders of each template and then glue the boxes into their three-dimensional form. If you want to add a little extra pizzaz to an otherwise plain facade, try gluing on some scrapbooking paper or ribbons to add your own personal touch.
Print out this page of treat labels onto a full page of label paper.
These labels turn the treat boxes into a personalized wedding gift to your guests.
Carefully cut around the label lines until you have all the individual pieces separated. Then, stick each label onto a pie box.
How easy is that tutorial from Style Me Pretty? When it comes to the handmade wedding gift circuit, this is one detail that will surely be noticed and makes an easy wedding gift your guests.
Maybe this is the first DIY project you'll complete on your way to becoming a married couple, but the more, the merrier when it comes to assembling these simple boxes. And every couple needs one or two DIY projects before the big day to work out the marital kinks.
Feel free to get creative with these party treat boxes because they represent your aesthetic as a couple. Style them in the theme of your wedding colors, or go for the minimalist option with an all-white scheme. Maybe some polka dots might liven it up?