Personalized Wedding Cookie Favors

Personalized Wedding Cookie Favors

Free Personalization


These personalized cookies are delectable replicas of your triple-tiered wedding cake. Scrumptiously suitable for bridal showers, welcome baskets, and of course, your reception, the hand-designed cookies arrive individually wrapped in crisp cellophane bags with matching satin ribbon. Each cookie can be personalized with your names and wedding date, monogram, or a single initial; choose the design that complements your color scheme (white/green, pink/white, white/silver, white/blue, or solid ivory). Cookies can be stored for up to two months and stay fresh; Kosher/parve. Minimum of 36 cookies per order.

Cookies are available in two sizes:
Petite -- $3.95 each; measures 3 1/4" H x 3" W
Large -- $5.95 each; measures 4" H x 5" W

Please allow 15-20 business days to personalize this item. Your item will ship once processing is complete, and may be sent separately from other items on your order. Promotional processing times and shipping offers cannot be applied to this item.

PLEASE NOTE:  The processing of your cookies may be delayed according to your event date, to ensure that your cookies are shipped fresh.

Cookies can be stored for up to two months and remain fresh.

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Please eat the pretty cookie!

By LightningFastBlur Bride

from Morgan City, LA

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    Comments about The Knot Wedding Shop personalized wedding cookie favors:

    My cousin got these for my bridal luncheon. They were decorative as well as delicious. And how touching to have them personalized! I had plenty to give out to those friends who couldn't make it to the wedding, like a souvenier. However, I did have to persuade folks to please eat the pretty cookie.

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