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What to Give as Midnight Snacks: Wedding Favors and Fillings!

Midnight Snacks Wedding Favors

With everyone in such a celebratory mood, some guests will likely stay on even after the formal wedding reception has ended. So, why not prepare surprise midnight snacks for all! It’s a thoughtful gesture, whether yours will be a destination wedding where guests can take these back to their hotel rooms or just as a “one for the road” as guests take their rides home.

Grab some handy and yummy midnight snack favor filling and packaging ideas from our discoveries below. Choose from semi-DIYable to ready-to-give buyable. (*this post contains affiliate links)

From Paper & Cello Bags to Pouches

Get creative with even the most conventional food packaging made for cookies to doughnuts. Part of the appeal of midnight snacks at weddings is how cleverly they’re presented!

Midnight Snacks as Favors: Bag Ideas

1 – Kraft paper window “tin tie” bags to see the donuts and milk treats inside, plus pretty oval hang tags from Evermine

2 – Clear cello bags holding cookies, pretzels, and popcorn and sealed with printable bag toppers from Something Turquoise

3 – Easy favorites like chocolate chip cookies and solo-size Coke in simple kraft bags, as featured on Southern Weddings

4 – “What a Nite” striped paper bags holding a burger each, from a real wedding featured on Weddings in Houston

5 – Ok, not a bag or pouch—but too cute an idea from Fiskars not to include! Mini cinnamon rolls, bagged and beribboned, then presented in plastic champagne glasses

6 – “Midnight Munchies” canvas pouches filled with cake pops, cookies, and salted popcorn, spotted on The Knot

Cookie & Snack Sleeves as Lovely Packaging

For smaller servings or even single treats, ready-made sleeves and cookie bags are perfect for handing out those midnight snacks!

Midnight Snacks as Favors: Cookies

1 – Brown paper DIY snack bags made from a template shared on Green Wedding Shoes, filled with chips, popcorn, and pretzels, then trimmed with retro-style scalloped labels

2 – CD sleeves converted into cookie holders and finished with pretty tags, found on Simply Creative Insanity

3 – Personalized kraft paper bags at a vintage-inspired real wedding, featured on The Dapper Dahlia

4 – Midnight snack bag with customization available on Zazzle

5 – Midnight snack kraft paper bags totally customizable by Salted Design Studio with your names, wedding date, and your requested design

6 – White grease-resistant bakery bags for cookies and other treats, available via Amazon (set of 25)

Midnight Snack Boxes

For members of the wedding party, maybe you’d consider these special midnight snack boxes—holding more than just a cookie or two!

Midnight Snack Boxes for Wedding Guests

1 – Divided into 4 compartments for an assortment of munchies and drinks, this Midnight Snack Carrier from Pressed Cotton is made of sturdy cardboard and comes in sets of 10

2 – This DIY “labor of love”seen on I Cook By the Book is a heart-shaped papier mache box filled with treats divided by coffee filter holders and finished with hand-stamped labels

3 – Midnight snack box with ribbon enclosure, customization available on Zazzle

4 – To showcase local specialties at a destination wedding or the proud products of your home town, take a cue from You Are My Fave and stock wooden boxes with signature goodies and drinks.

5 – Gracious Goodies offers this ready-to-give Midnight Snack Box filled with a selection of sweet to salty favorites

Hungry now? We can’t blame you. These Midnight Snack favor ideas look so scrumptious!

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