Mini takeout boxes, gable boxes, paper bags or individual cupcake boxes look fabulous lined up on a serving tray on the dessert table. Filled with candy, macaroons or cupcakes, your guests will be happy to have a treat for later. Top the box with a "thank you" tag that coordinates with the theme.
This box template is the perfect vessel for take-home treats at the end of your gingerbread house party. Since guests are heading home after feasting on a bounty of sweets, fill with trinkets and toys instead of more sugary treats. Or, use the favor boxes to house sweet treats for teachers, friends and neighbors.
Send guests home in style with neatly packaged "to-go" boxes. White bakers' boxes lined with parchment paper are the perfect containers for filling with each guests' loot from the day. Print and cut out these festive tags, hand-stamp guests' names and string onto red-and-white kitchen twine.
Encourage guests to continue having s'more fun at home long after the party ends. Gift them with favors that are reminiscent of summer campfires like these s'more take-home boxes which are the perfect way for guests to end their night on a sweet note.
Provide make-your-own-ornament kits for each guest. Place craft supplies such as glue sticks, scissors, glitter, washi tape, pens and decorative paper in each box. These orange boxes can double as favors.
These Tiffany Blue macarons are perfect for dressing up a dessert table, or for packaging in little boxes for wedding favors. Sugar pearls are available at most grocery stores, or find them in the baking aisle at craft stores.
Entertain your guests in true Japanese fashion by hosting a sushi party at your coffee table while seated on the floor. If you go the take-out route, remove the food from containers and boxes, then plate all of the sushi on ceramic dinnerware. Skip floral arrangements in favor of potted grasses.