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Feather Cookie Favors for a Boho, Tribal or Aztec-themed Wedding

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With themes like Boho, Tribal and Aztec being quite the rage for weddings these days, couples are surely on the lookout for favor ideas to match. And with edible favors always being appreciated, we thought: why not feather-themed cookies? These can be frosted in whatever colors will suit your decor, and packaged in rustic style ready for giving. You’ll love the 6 eye-catching examples we found!

Fabulous Feather Cookies to Make as Wedding Favors

Feather Cookie Favors for a Boho, Tribal or Aztec-themed Wedding. Featured on The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza.

1 – If you’ll be having an autumn wedding with a boho flair, these harvest-inspired cookies for Thanksgiving in a pretty multi-color design would be perfect! Created by Creating Awesomnessity as featured on Katarina’s Paperie.

2 – These feather and arrow cookies have been glammed up with florals, ombre colors, and glittery gold by The Flour Girl. This image is from her Pinterest board where you can enjoy even more cookie creativity!

3 – Love the simplicity of these rustic wedding cookies created by Naomi Cakes! The background is white rolled fondant and the feather design is incised and then painted in with brown gel food coloring. A great detailed tutorial shows each step.

4 – Just look at the range of colors on these “dandelion feather” cookies (just made up that name) by The Cookie Architect, featured on Cookie Connection. Plus the amazing feather-y frosting technique!

5 – You can create pro-looking and pretty confections like these using feather cookie cutters from Herriott Grace, and following the beautifully photographed recipe and how-to for Feathered Pistachio Cookies provided here.

6 – Note the really cool frosting technique on these Indian feather cookies by Sweet Creations by Debbie. How we wish she had shared her secrets for blending the colors and creating the feather-like effect in a tutorial! (But do check out our “help” links at the end of this post.)

So are you all excited now to bake your own cookie favors? Here are some links to help you out:

Feather cookie supplies

Cookie frosting how-to’s

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