Chocolate wedding favours are winners in every way—they’re delicious, pretty, popular with adults and children, and friendly on the budget. Chocolate favours are also great on their own or as part of a candy buffet, and there are so many ways to present them. What’s not to love?
17 of Our Favourite Chocolate Wedding Favours
1) A Slice of Chocolate Pizza
Nearly everyone loves pizza—you can even have a pizza bouquet now!—but what’s almost better than pizza? Chocolate pizza. This would look great as a reception table centrepiece or as one of the highlights to a dessert table. And if you want to stick to the chocolate-pizza-slice wedding favour idea then you could even package each slice individually for your guests.
Featured above: “Delicious Dilemma” Table Centrepiece from The Gourmet Chocolate Pizza Co
2) A Mini Chocolate Pizza
Similarly, instead of just a slice of chocolate pizza you could give each guest a mini chocolate pizza apiece. They’re really versatile too, as if you wanted you could decorate each chocolate pizza to each guest’s taste.
Featured above: Mini Chocolate Pizzas from The Gourmet Chocolate Pizza Co
3) A Chocolate Heart
Individually foil-wrapped chocolate hearts are a classic wedding favour, and we think they look extra pretty when attached to a personalised card or tag.
Featured above: “Love is Sweet” Chocolate Heart Wedding Favour by LittleIndieStudio on Etsy
4) A Luxury Chocolate
Mini chocolates such as Ferrero Rocher and Quality Street are pretty popular, so they would make great wedding favours for everyone. You could arrange them all together as a pretty dessert display, or put each in a separate favour box.
Featured above: Ferrero Rocher Display by Sweet Occasions
Featured above: Beach Theme Wooden Trinket Boxes
5) A Chocolate Biscuit
Biscuits are popular edible wedding favours as they’re pretty affordable and very versatile—you could even make and decorate your own at home if you want. We really like the idea of giving a luxury biscuit as a wedding favour, but we’re also loving this Oreos-and-milk favour idea.
6) A Chocolate Macaron
Macarons come in many forms (including these stunning flower-filled macarons) and the chocolate filling of these white macarons looks divine.
7) A Square of Chocolate
We love this sweet parcel-themed wedding favour box—the twine is just a lovely touch that does so much to add to the finished look.
8) A Chocolate Cupcake
Cupcakes are really good wedding cake alternatives and make for very easy and very pretty wedding favours too.
Featured above: Mini Chocolate Cupcakes from The Gourmet Chocolate Pizza Co
9) A Chocolate Bar
Chocolate bars bought en masse are probably some of the most affordable chocolate wedding favours. While there’s nothing wrong with keeping them as they come, we love the idea of re-wrapping them in personalised candy wraps to match your theme and colour scheme.
Featured above: Geo Marble Wedding Stationery Collection
10) A Chocolate Doughnut
Doughnuts and mini doughnuts make great wedding favours whether you make them yourself, buy them ready for the day, or have them served fresh and warm on the day itself from a doughnut van.
Featured above: Flat Personalised Paper Bags
11) A Mini Chocolate Egg
Chocolate wedding favours are great all year round, and if you’re having a spring- or Easter-themed wedding you can treat your guests to Easter eggs apiece or cute mini eggs in mini nests.
Featured above: Miniature Birds’ Nests
12) Hot Chocolate in a Mason Jar
Hot chocolate or hot cocoa as a wedding favour is especially popular for cold winter weddings, but it’s great at any time of the year. We love this personalised mini mason jar filled with hot chocolate powder and mini marshmallows—your guests can take it home as a kind of make-your-own chocolate wedding favour.
Featured above: Personalised Glass Mason Jar with Airtight Silver Lid
13) Hot Chocolate in a Mug
Similarly, steaming hot chocolate in a personalised glass mug would be a very welcome evening wedding favour for a winter wedding. It’s definitely one of our favourite chocolate wedding favours!
Featured above: Personalised Clear Glass Coffee Mugs
14) Hot Chocolate in a Vial
Furthermore, like the mason jars at #12, we just adore these sweet little glass vials of hot chocolate powder and marshmallows. These would probably be great mini-tasters for any children at your wedding.
Featured above: Small Glass Bottle With Cork Stopper
15) Chocolate Ice Cream
Ice cream is perfect for summer weddings in particular, so why not use ice cream as part of your wedding favours too? Tubs or bowls of ice cream? Oysters? Cornets? It looks great and it tastes even better.
16) Chocolate Cakes and Rolls
Cakes come in so many sizes, tastes, and styles, so while you might already have a wedding cake that your guests will have a slice of at the end of the evening you might decide to give them a cake-based wedding favour too. For example, a selection of tiny chocolate cakes and other appetiser-style nibbles. Or you might decide on a chocolate roll or pastry.
Featured above: Nyama Catering
17) Chocolate Alcohol
Spoil your wedding guests with miniature bottles of chocolate-based alcoholic drinks such as Baileys Chocolat Luxe, which would pair incredibly well with a hot chocolate favour. Similarly, one of our favourite unusual catering ideas is alcoholic cupcakes!
Featured above: Caramel Baileys Cupcakes, Alcohol Infused Cupcakes by Baking Smarter
Don’t they all look delicious? Of course a big part of the final look of your wedding favour is down to how they are presented—check out our selection of fun and beautiful favour boxes and our other favour containers.
Featured above: “LOVE” Cube Favour Boxes with Charming Aged Print