Communion Kids' Parties

DIY Communion Favors Even Non-Crafters Can Make

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Hosting a communion party at home can be very simple and stress-free, especially when it somes down to the favors. There are so many easy favors you can put together that are inexpensive and gorgeous at the same time. All you need to do is make your own labels which you can do on canva FOR FREE!

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You can recreate any of these favor ideas with the color of your choice.


Candy Cup Favor

This candy favor is great kids or adults. All you need for the dollar store are small plastic containers, plastic favor bags, ribbon, and of course whatever candy of your choice. We chose Hershey Kisses and mints because it matched the purple and green decor. Simply fill the container with the candy and then place it in the plastic bag. Tie it with a ribbon. Check out all the amazing details to this floral communion party for girls.

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Candle Favor

The Dollar Tree is FULL of beautiful candles, all shapes and sizes. When we saw these pretty purple and white candles, we grabbed them and gave them to the adults. The only thing you need is to wrap it with a thin ribbon and label – THAT’S IT! And they smell so delicious.

Wooden Cross Tea Light Favor

We found these gorgeous wooden tea lights in the shape of a cross at Dollar Tree. Not only can they be a gorgeous favor but you can also use them just to decorate the table.

Succulent Favor

We made these gorgeous succulent favors for my son’s rustic communion theme. These particular ones are real but you can also buy artificial ones at your local dollar store. Succulent favors are great because they are perfect for spring. We added a simple label that said “Faith plants the seed, Love makes it grow”.

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S’more Kit Favor

A s’more kit is great for adults and kids. Simply add graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows into a plastic favor bag. Tie with a pretty ribbon.

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More Dessert Favors

Another great idea is to make a bunch of desserts that the kids can grab themselves to make a goodie bag. All you have to do is cover any cookie in chocolate and add some sprinkles. I made these myself so I know they are easy for folks who aren’t very crafty! Melt white chocolate either in a microwave or stove top and dip in the cookie. We chose Oreos, vanilla wafers, and pretzels. 

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