Joybaked says: Do you know the history of the wedding favor? The tradition is old, but was known as "bonbonniere", meaning a small trinket box with sugar inside. The sugar was expensive so in the bridegroom presenting these favors, they symbolized wealth and royalty. Through the years, sugar became cheaper so almonds were presented to guests. Then the two were intertwined, known as the Jordan Almond (sugar coated almond), symbolizing fertility, longevity, wealth, health, and happiness. As a great way to know of the bitter sweetness of marriage.
This wedding season, present your guest with favors that mean more than a "thanks for coming" with a Joybaked personalized favor for that moment they will remember.