Use free, printable wedding favor boxes to give your guests a little gift to thank them for taking the time to come to your wedding. These boxes can hold any type of small wedding favor, bulk candy being one of the most common and inexpensive items for the boxes.
All the wedding favor boxes listed here are free and can easily be printed from your home computer. They all come with directions indicating where you should cut, fold, and glue or tape to make your wedding favor box complete.
I suggest printing the wedding favor boxes out on cardstock so they are heavy enough for you to put favors inside. Heavy scrapbook paper or even photo paper will work too.
The wedding favor boxes can be topped with a free customizable tag or a wedding label and also act as place cards for your reception, showing the guests where they should sit.
Find more free wedding templates for invitations, programs, table numbers, and menus. There are more wedding freebies available including a dress, flowers, catalogs, and thank you cards.
© The Elli Blog
I immediately fell in love with these free, printable wedding favor boxes from The Elli Blog. The design and colors are breathtaking and would go with any of your wedding colors and reception decor.
Besides the favor box, there's also free downloads of gift tags and a paper rose. Instructions are included to help you put together the favor boxes and make them as elaborate or simple as you want.
The round gift tags that you can download and attach to the wedding favor boxes come with the phrases "Thank you," "A gift for you," "Happily ever after", "With love," and blank tags if you want to write a personal message to your wedding guests.
© Eat Drink Chic
These printable wedding favor boxes from Eat Drink Chic are little tiny milk cartoons with the phrase "Happily Ever After!" on them.
These cute favor boxes are sure to bring a smile to all of your guests. I'm thinking milk duds, miniature cookies, or any kind of white chocolate candy, like these white chocolate truffles, would look darling in them.
© Style Me Pretty
Style Me Pretty has some very cute printable wedding favor boxes that look like they have a top but really is one complete box.
You can print these wedding favor boxes along with the instructions in yellow stripes, yellow waves, pink flowers, or pink polka dots.
© Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart has some free wedding favor templates that make cones. Printable directions will help you assemble the cones and get them ready for the guests.
You can print these free favor cones in color or black and white. Printing them on different color cardstock can change the complete look of the finished product, so don't be afraid to experiment.
© Melissa Esplin
Melissa Esplin has designed this free, printable wedding favor box that you can fill with candy or any other small favor you'd like to give to your guests.
After following the directions that print out with your box template, your finished printed box will be 2.25 x 2.25 x 2.25.
© Mr. Printables
Mr. Printables has designed some geometric heart boxes that would work perfect as a printable wedding favor box.
Detailed instructions will help you make any of the styles, but I have to say that the pastel hearts are my favorite.
© Don't Eat the Paste
There's a free wedding favor box template over at Don't Eat the Paste that uses spiral dots to create a global design.
The printable favor boxes are available in blue, pink, yellow, and green.
© Style Me Pretty
Here's another free wedding box favor template from Style Me Pretty, this time it's a lime green box with the phrase "Love is Sweet" on the outside.
These would be a great way to give you guests a sweet treat they can enjoy during the reception.
Here's a free, printable wedding favor box that features a tiny bird with the word "Love". This pretty box is decorated with small pink polka dots making it lovely enough for any wedding.
Print out this wedding favor box and follow the directions to make this little box in no time.
© Kate Pullen
If you don't see a wedding favor box perfect for your wedding then you should consider using a template to make your own.
Kate Pullen, over at About.com Rubber Stamping, has some great free box templates that you can print out on colored cardstock or scrapbook paper to create a custom wedding favor box in your wedding colors. Here are some of my favorites: