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After you’ve spent thousands of dollars on your wedding, you might feel inclined to not get your guests wedding favors. Trust us, we get it. Whether you’re debating between a DIY option, finding something on Etsy or somewhere else, all you see is more money leaving your wallet.
But wedding favors are a nice touch to the wedding guest experience. You’re basically leaving them with a keepsake to remember your special day and to thank them for their attendance. So, if you have decided to get your guests favors, now you need to figure out what kind of favors to purchase. Let us help. Go through this list of Black-owned businesses that offer sweets, snacks, and other items you can order online that’ll make for perfect wedding favors.
Let your wedding guests snack on the granola bites from It’s NOLA. This brand prides itself on its flavor and sustainability, so if that speaks to you, this could work. (We suggest getting the mini packs once they’re back in stock.)
You can make this a part of a favor set or just as a stand alone, but Akron Honey has several honey flavors plus honey sticks available for purchase.
If you like hot sauce, Bacchanal Sauce has 100 2-ounce bottles intentionally to give out as favors. The sauce is a blend of scotch bonnets, habanero peppers, and fruits, so if that’s your wave… go for it!
Ashley Rouse is the brain behind Trade Street Jam Co., a North Carolina-based food brand. They offer a variety of jams, cocktail elixirs, and baking mixes, also.
You can bring a little bit of the Caribbean to your wedding through purchasing your favorite drinks and snacks on Callaloo Box. They’re a subscription company that brings Caribbean grocery favorites to your doorstep.
Dope Coffee‘s K-Cup catalog could work as convenient wedding favors. With four different flavors to choose from, you can mix and match and give out mini K-Cup gift bags.
Give your guests the gift of a great tea. Kim Bees sells tea boxes so you can provide individual sachets as a favor. This brand has nine flavors to choose from.
Turn to Red Bay Coffee to purchase single-serving coffee that guests can enjoy by steeping their bag in water. They have five flavors to choose from.
So, we hope that is one less thing you have to worry about. Peruse through this list as much as you need. We highly encourage you to buy some samples to try before deciding on the wedding favor. If anything, you’ve now been introduced to possibly 25 Black-owned food brands you weren’t aware of before. Hope it helps!