The very best chocolate wedding favours for any sweet tooth - Stephen Coleclough
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The very best chocolate wedding favours for any sweet tooth

Chocolate is always a winner at a wedding, although you might want to make sure that it is handed out after any photos (especially where your smaller guests are concerned).

Not only is it tasty, but it is also great fun too, and there is so much that you can do with chocolate that you really can make it unique and all your own.

So, what are the very best chocolate wedding favours for any sweet tooth?

A slice of chocolate pizza

It might sound like something from another planet, but chocolate pizza is actually a thing, and a tasty thing at that.

Chocolate pizza is great because it can be used in a variety of ways.

You can have a chocolate pizza as a centrepiece on your tables, or perhaps a centrepiece on a dessert table.

You could even package individual slices up and present them as fun wedding favours.

A chocolate heart

Hearts are obviously a great addition to a wedding, because, well let’s face it, they pretty much embody love.

An individual, foil wrapped heart is a great wedding favour.

Not only is it simple and tasty, but it is also easy to personalise and make it unique too.

Something that is popular in wedding favours.

Chocolate biscuits

Who said that you can’t combine two amazing snacks at a wedding?

We certainly don’t, which is why we think that chocolate biscuits are the ideal wedding treat.

We love the idea of having these wrapped up as a wedding favour, especially if there is a way that you can make them personal too.

You could even take this one step further, and later on in the night offer up cookies and milk as a treat for your guests, both big and small.

Personalised chocolate bar

Sometimes one square of chocolate isn’t enough, so, why not offer your guests a full bar of chocolate as a wedding favour?

You could choose a mini chocolate bar that you can buy from a store, however, if you want to make it a little more personal, then there are places that you can order personal bars that you can then present to your guests.

Hot chocolate jars

You don’t always have to eat chocolate, in fact, plenty of us love drinking it too. Hot chocolate jars are a great addition to any wedding.

Not only are they ideal to take home and enjoy, but they also are fun too.

Best of all, rather than being something that your guests eat and then don’t have anymore, they can keep the jars (or mugs if you prefer) and use them in the future.

As you can see, there are plenty of ways that you can work chocolate into your wedding plans.

Whether it is white, dark or the very popular milk, chocolate is always going to be a winner, and best of all, it is relatively friendly on your bank balance too.

Something that every couple can appreciate.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is one of the UK's premier wedding DJs and the winner of multiple industry awards and accolades. His favourite wedding song? Love Shack of course - a guaranteed floor filler! You can find him on Twitter at

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