Hometown Wedding Favors

Buffalo and Western New York are known for many things. Chicken wings, beef on weck, sponge candy, Labatt’s and loganberry. Architecture, mansions, and Frank Lloyd Wright. The Bills and the Sabres. Epic snowstorms and the wonder of Niagara Falls. With all we have to offer, locals and out-of-towners alike are bound to enjoy a Buffalo-themed wedding favor. With a little creativity, you can share your favorite part of Buffalo with your wedding guests.




Chicken Wings: Frank’s Red Hot is a staple in most Buffalo kitchens. A 5oz bottle will run you about $2. Dress it up with some ribbon and you’ve got yourself one “spicy” wedding favor.






Sponge Candy: This one’s easy because actual sponge candy is a great (however more expensive) favor. Choosing your favorite chocolatier may be the hardest part.






Architecture: Buffalo is full of striking architecture. Gather up a collection of Buffalo postcards – new and vintage (check garage sales this summer) - and leave a bundle wrapped in ribbon or twine at every place setting.





Buffalo Sabres: 2013 is not a good year for the Sabres. First a lockout, then a losing season, now Lindy's fired...But a true Sabres fan is there through thick and thin. Show your support with a hockey puck customized with your names or initials and your wedding date.





Snow: If the season’s right, or even if it’s not, a snowflake Christmas ornament makes a cute and fitting Buffalo wedding favor.



Three things to remember when choosing wedding favors…

1. Every wedding favor deserves a proper wrapping, so dress it up! It’ll look twice as nice.

2. Buying in bulk will usually get you a discount so before you wipe out all the local stores, make a few phone calls to inquire about a special order and a price break.

3. If your favor has meaning, share that with your guests. Attach a note with each favor or place a card on every table letting them know why you chose this gift for them to remember your wedding.

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