One of my best girlfriend’s was in town from New York a few weeks ago and completely unaware of a top-secret bachelorette party myself and the rest of the girls from her wedding party had been planning! We prepared for her final fling over the course of a few weeks and the entire night couldn’t have turned out better! Many personalized details were added to celebrate the Mrs to be, which included the DIY Ring Pop party favors I made for all of the girls that attended. You may remember this sweet candy bling the most from days of your childhood, but they’ve recently become quite trendy for wedding gifts, bridesmaid invitations and party favors.
As you will see below, they easily transform from childhood treat into the perfect party favor or parting gift. Even better, they’re simple to create and affordable too!
DIY RING POP PARTY FAVORS
DIY Ring Pop Party Favors HOW TO:
Ring pops in your choice of color.
Showcase packaging containers which can be found in my Etsy shop.
Ribbon of choice cut into 8 inch pieces.
Small cellophane bags.
8 inch pieces of bakers twine.
labels for the top of each container (optional).
mini paper clips (+ glitter and glue).
paper name tags (these can be handmade in Word or Photoshop, or even store-bought)
Remove ring pops from packaging.
Open each showcase container and insert ring pop on an angle until secured.
Seal by placing the lid back on the bottom.
Wrap 8 inch piece of ribbon around the bottom portion of the showcase container where the black lid, meets the acrylic container.
Next, place one label in the top center of each container. I made mine specifically using the verbiage “he put a ring on it” with a few extra embellishments to emulate the bling.
After you’ve placed the ring pop in the container, wrapped in ribbon and labeled, insert each Ring Pop container into 1 small cellophane bag.
Tie the cellophane wrapped candy gift with one piece of bakers twine in your choice of color.
Write or print a name on each name tag, then hole punch (if not already done) and tie to each piece of bakers twine.
Finish with one glittered mini clothespin (optional).
To create the mini glittered clothespins, simply paint the full top side of each clothespin with craft glue, and dredge in colored glitter of your choice. Allow an hour to dry.
Here’s how it should look when it’s finished!
The favors for my girlfriend’s celebration were personalized to match the color scheme of her upcoming Summer Wedding. She has chosen shades of navy and grey, so I made sure to incorporate those details into the final packaging.
These certainly added a special touch of posh to our evening and didn’t disappoint! Can’t wait until I have the chance to make them again!
Thanks for reading as always! I have a busy few weeks coming up with my brother’s wedding Easter weekend and family in town, but hoping to squeeze in one more post before then!
Check back again soon!
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