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10 DIY Bat Mitzvah Favor Ideas

Posted by Jennifer on

When it comes to party favors, we all know that the majority of them got lost by the time guests get home. It’s a challenge to think of creative, personal bat mitzvah favors that your guests will love. My favorite party favors are something that can used right away. That’s why edible party favors are such a big hit! Lets take a look at some fresh party favor ideas that can be customized for your own simcha!

1. Personalized Candy Bar Wrappers

What a cute idea! You can find the candy bar labels on Etsy, where they will print them for a small fee. Choose an eye catching design for the front and personalize the label with your event date and name. Even the nutritional label on the back can be customized to include a message to your guests that will remind them of your awesome party! You can choose to order just the wrappers and use the candy bar of your choice. Or if you are short on time, order the candy bars pre-wrapped with your own label.

Personalized Bat Mitzvah Party Favor

2. Big Lips And Mustache Pops For Your Friends

If you are looking for a fun way to end your party, look no further. Just create lollipops in the shape of lips for all of the girls at the mitzvah. Then do the same for the boys, except with a mustache. At the end of the day everyone will be playing with their new favors. Don’t forget to personalize your pops with a personalized label that includes your event logo.

Bat Mitzvah Favor Pops

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3. Dipped Marshmallow Lollipops

Here is a fun DIY project that can be done in an afternoon. Buy lollipop sticks and push them through the bottom of each marshmallow. Then dip the marshmallow in heated chocolate and adorn with various sprinkles. Use your imagination to create different scrumptious designs!

Bat Mitzvah Marshmellow Favors

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4. Cotton Candy Waffle Cones

Here is a quick and easy favor that is sure to impress. All you need is one waffle cone per guest and a generous amount of multicolored cotton candy. Ball the cotton candy into ice cream shaped scoops and create your waffle cone. Then use a plastic wrap bag to cover and tie with your choice of ribbon.

Cotton Candy Bat Mitzvah Favor

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5. DIY Hot Chocolate Jars

If you want your guests to remember your mitzvah well after it’s over, try this favor. At your local craft store find a mason jar with a snap lid. Print circular tabs with your event logo and details on it for the top lid. Then line the jars with hot cocoa, small marshmallows, chocolate chips, and sugar. If you are feeling like you have too much on your plate, you can visit Etsy.com to purchase pre-made jars!

Hot Chocolate Bat Mitzvah Favor

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6. Personalized Party Favor Boxes

Can’t choose just one bat mitzvah party favor? Here is a great way to pack a gift box full of an assortment of favors for your guests. The boxes can be ordered from Etsy.com with your custom label and logo. Then it’s up to you to design an assortment of small favors to put in each one!

Bit Mitzvah Party Favor BoxPhoto courtesy of etsy.com

7. Everyone Loves A Cupcake

It’s true. You can’t go wrong with cupcakes. Here is a cute way to package them for your guests as favors. Find a medium sized mason jar glass and print your own label to attach to the jar. Then buy or bake your favorite cupcakes. Lastly, place the cupcake gently on top of the mason jar lid and seal it!

Cupcake Holder Favor For Bat MitzvahPhoto courtesy of crationary.net

8. Candy Kebabs

Remember how much fun it is to make kebabs for the grill? Well, let me tell you, it’s waaaay funner to make them with candy! Get creative here and brainstorm your top treats that would fit well on a skewer. Then buy wooden kebabs from the grocery and build your candy favors from scratch. Tie them up with a cute ribbon that matches your theme color scheme.

Candy Kebobs For Bat Mitzvah

9. Gourmet caramel popcorn

A guaranteed success. Use mason jars to package up your choice of gourmet popcorn. Decorate the mason jars with your theme colors and attach a personalized label.

Candy Popcorn Favor Bat Mitzvah

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10. Personalized Yarmulke Favor

If you have exhausted all of your options your can always give away personalized kippot. Most guys have a few in the collection, so make sure you pick a yarmulke design that will stand out amongst the crowd. Head on over to Jessy Judaica to shop for a unique fabric and customize the yarmulkes for your bat mitzvah.

And there you have it. Ten inspiring ideas for your bat mitzvah party favors. Now it’s time to get started, so choose your favorite idea and get crafting!