If you’ve been following me on Instagram over the last few months, you’ll have seen that I’ve been channeling my creativity into coming up with new designs both for my wedding cakes but also for my biscuits. Much in the same way that a wedding cake can be made to be completely unique to a couple, I love how edible wedding favours can be made in the same way. They can incorporate colours, styling, themes, personalised messages and even be used as a place marker with each guest’s names and can really enhance the look of a table setting. The biscuit designs I’ve been coming up with range from modern and contemporary to decadent and luxurious. Some are simple with a touch of watercolour detail and others are sumptuous and lavish.
I love how the design of edible wedding favours can be made to suit different wedding styles. This range I worked on below were for a modern boho wedding theme and paired beautifully with this gorgeous wedding stationery collection by Jenna of Wonderland Invites. A UK based wedding can still have destination wedding vibes. There are so many amazing wedding suppliers who can transform a space through styling and flowers to transport you somewhere else in the world. So this Moroccan themed wedding stationery would be divine for a couple looking to bring a bit of Marrakech to their British wedding! The cake I made for this Boho shoot totally has Moroccan vibes.
Here are some moodier designs paired with beautiful stationery from Lynda Athey. The hexagon shaped biscuits are contemporary in style and are finished in a smoky grey colour with flecks of gold and edible rose petals. The cloud biscuit is a delicate marbled grey with speckles of gold.
If you’re looking for vibrancy and colour, you might love this design. It was inspired by those bright pops of colour you find in California and sitting by the poolside – drinking delicious fruity cocktails. These wedding favour cookies are a combination of retro vibes yet are still fresh and modern and have been paired here with colourful wedding stationery from LouPaper which come in a variety of colours. Personally I’m loving these pink and coral colours.
Edible flowers and petals are proving to be really popular at the moment. I’m a big lover of British flowers and love to support local growers. If you love flowers, this is a lovely way to incorporate flowers into your edible wedding favours. Here the pressed flower biscuits are combined with stunning hand-painted stationery from Mathilda Lundin.
Here are lots more designs that I’ve created this year for you to peruse!