DIY S’mores Wedding Favors

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Today’s DIY favor project comes from the multi-talented Three by the Quill Pen: Who doesn’t love this timeless treat that brings everybody together around a camp fire? We took this classic and made it classy by creating precious little bags that contain everything you need to make one s’more. For all those crafty do-it-yourselfers, here’s how we did it…

diy Fall wedding favors

diy Fall wedding favors

diy Fall wedding favors

diy Fall wedding favors

What you’ll need:

To make the bags you’ll need lace trim in different widths, muslin, and ribbon. For s’mores you need chocolate, marshmallows and Graham crackers (they can be purchased in bulk online or at places like Costco or Sam’s Club)

Instructions for Lace Bags:

1. Cut the 6 inch wide toile into 12 inch pieces
2. Cut the 1/2 wide Lace into 6 inch pieces
3. Sew the lace onto the toile about 4 1/2 inches from the bottom of the toile.
4. Fold the toile length wise so that it is a 6 inch square with the lace on the inside of the toile
5. Sew the sides of the toile with a 1/2 inch seam allowance, with the top left open.
6. Turn the bag right side out and it is ready to be filled and tied off with a ribbon or string!

Instructions for Muslin and Lace Bags:

1. Cut the muslin in to 6 x 6 inch rectangles
2. Cut the 4 inch wide lace into 6 inch pieces
3. Sew the lace pieces to each end of the muslin
4. Fold the rectangle length wise with the outside facing in.
5. Sew the sides with a 1/2 inch seam allowance, with the top left open.
6. Turn the bag right side out and it is ready to be filled and tied off with a ribbon or string!

The no-sew method:

We thought we would chime in and add an idea to this project to those who don’t have a sewing machine. Buy a few yards of tulle and cut 6×6 square tiles and tie with lace or lace applique trim. For peace of mind, be sure to buy non-flammable tulle. For muslin bags, you can buy them ready here.

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Photo credits: EE Photography / Styling by Events by Shelbi Rene



7 comments
  1. Shelbi

    Thank you for the feature!

  2. Anna

    So cute!

  3. Vanessa

    Super cute idea!

  4. Ashley

    LOVE this! Such a fun way to share the love on your wedding day. All that is missing is a toothpick and tea light for those that want to roast at home!

  5. Haylee

    This is the cutest idea. So simple too!

  6. Anna C

    I love the idea of having s’mores as favors. So cute, espicially for a 4th of July wedding!

  7. Jessica K.

    This idea is simply adorable! My fiance and I are having a backyard wedding with a bbq dinner. (It’s in my mothers backyard) For those who are staying late this would be great because we are having a fire in the backyard! I absolutely love this idea, its fun, its cute, affordable and unique!

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