14 Edible Bridal Shower Favors That Are Super Easy to Make

Showers & Parties

Give your bridal shower guests something they really want — favors they can eat on the way home! Whether you're matching your theme, giving out the bride's favorite treats, or taking inspiration from the rest of your shower menu, these favors are sure to be a hit! Plus, these sweet and savory recipes are easy to make in big batches for a large party, or cut down for a more intimate affair. And the bride won't be the only one smiling about these adorable treats — you'll have leftovers to indulge in after the party's over!

Marshmallows Bridal Shower Favor

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Lemon and Rosemary Marshmallows
These fluffy marshmallows are the ultimate year-round shower gift. Sweet, tart, and herby from the rosemary, they're the perfect one-bite treat. Package them in pretty cellophane bags with a matching yellow ribbon. Get the recipe at here.

Olive Oil Bridal Shower Favors

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Rosemary-Infused Olive Oil
Have a bride that loves to cook? She and your guests will love adding this herb-infused olive oil to their pantry. If you're looking for variety, consider infusing your olive oil with a few different types of herbs, like basil or thyme. Then guests can choose their own flavor profile. Get the recipe at here.

Flower Lollipops Bridal Shower Favor

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Flower Lollipops
Turn your kitchen into a candy store to make this pretty petal pops. Infused sugar and some edible flowers go a long way in making these suckers both flavorful and adorable. Your guests might even find them too pretty to eat! Get the here.

Rice Krispie Bridal Shower Favors

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Heart-Shape Rice Krispie Treats
Who doesn't love an old-fashioned Rice Krispie treat? Given the love for these marshmallow-y treats, it only makes sense to shape them into hearts and dip them into white chocolate! Send a wrapped one home with each of your guests. Get the recipe here.

Edible Seaglass Bridal Shower Favors

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Edible Sea Glass
If your bride is throwing a beach wedding than these sugar crystals are perfect for her shower! With some sugar and food coloring, you can create your very own edible sea glass. And these beautiful crystals look even better in a bag labeled "Two Less Fish in the Sea." Get the recipe here.

Marbled Macaroons Bridal Shower Favors

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Marbled French Macarons
Follow up your bridal tea with these pretty-in-pink marbled macarons. Pack these delicate treats in cardboard gift boxes lined with tissue paper. They'll make for elegant party favors your guests will truly admire — and devour. Get the recipe here.

See More: 43 Edible Wedding Favors Your Guests Will Love

Pumpkin Butter Bridal Shower Favor

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Pumpkin Butter Throwing a shower in the fall? Go seasonal and give your guests the gift that keeps on giving — pumpkin butter! Fill mini mason jars with this sweet, autumn treat, then attach a card with recipe suggestions like using this spread in French toast, dessert ravioli, or atop a bagel. But be warned, this butter is so delicious guests might just spoon it up! Get the recipe here.
Tea Bags Bridal Shower Favor

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Tea Bags
This is an easy favor that guests will enjoy long after the party is over! Fill canvas bags with loose tea leaves, then attach a pretty wooden stirring spoon to the bag. A cute message printed on the bag, like "Tea for Two" or "To have and to hold" makes a great addition to this favor. Get the recipe here.

Pumpking Brittle Bridal Shower Favor

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Spiced Pumpkin Seed Brittle
Sweet, spicy, and crunchy. That's all you need to know about this pumpkin flavored brittle. Oh yeah, and that it's dipped in chocolate! Make a big batch for your guests, then put the pieces in pretty goodie bags as a treat for their drive home. Get the recipe here.

Cupcake Jar Bridal Shower Favor

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Blackberry Vanilla Cupcake in a Jar
Nothing makes eating on the go easier than throwing your recipe in a jar. So skip dessert at the shower and send it home with your guests instead — in the form of cupcakes in a jar. This blackberry and vanilla version is sweet, but light enough that they won't feel guilty for eating the whole thing! Get the recipe here.

Hot Chocolate Bridal Shower Favors

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Hot Chocolate Mix
Winter showers may need a little help warming up. So hand out hot chocolate mixes to your guests as they walk out the door. Fill jars with hot cocoa mix, chocolate squares or chips, and marshmallows for basics. Take things up a notch by tying a mini bottle of Kahlua to the jar to get the party started. Get the recipe here.

Ice Cream Pops Bridal Shower Favors

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Layered Ice Cream Pops
They are going to want to eat these favors right away — and they're going to have to! Layered ice cream bars combine three of your bride's favorite ice creams into one pop, stacked on top of a tasty graham cracker. Serve these with napkins (for the drips!) as they leave. Get the recipe here.

Sriracha Popcorn Bridal Shower Favor

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Sriracha Caramel Corn
"Sugar and spice and everything nice, that's what little girls are made of!" Honor your little girl growing up with a sugar (caramel) and spice (sriracha) popcorn blend that will have your guests asking for a second jar. This sweet and spicy snack is the perfect favor for a foodie bride. Get the recipe here.

Marbled Oreo Bridal Shower Favor

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Marbled Oreos
This favor couldn't get any easier — or look any prettier. Store bought cookies are dipped in dyed white chocolate for a beautiful marbled treat. Stack them together inside clear gift boxes for a stunning presentation. Get the recipe here.

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