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Ingredients

  • Starburst Candy Corn
  • Small Jar
  • Twine
  • Scissors
  • Paper
  • Pen

Directions

STEP 1
Fill small jars with assorted Starburst Candy Corn pieces

STEP 2
To make gift tags, print or write a short message multiple times on a piece of paper in the shape of your choice, measuring approximately 1 inch by 2 inches. We suggest: "Thanks for brightening up my Halloween!"

STEP 3
Once complete, use scissors to cut the individual gift tags, and punch a single hole at one end of each tag.

STEP 4
Weave twine through the opening and tie the gift tag around the rim of the jar.


While wedding thank-you gifts don't need to reference the season, the temptation to do just that is near-irresistible when you're tying the knot in the fall. The transitional months offer an endless array of bounty, put a spotlight on nature, and favor savory smells and flavors. With so many seasonal options, fall-inspired wedding favors are appealing&mdashespecially if your wedding theme already nods to the time of year.

For cool-weather ceremonies with gorgeous foliage backdrops, consider using the changing leaves as inspiration for the color of your favors. If your wedding's being held at a particularly autumnal venue, try gifting trinkets from the setting, like hotel or destination souvenirs. Similarly, we're always a fan of locally-bought favors that embrace your location's seasonal crops. Farms, farm stands, and farmer's markets are great places to shop for organic, delicious gifts. Fall is also a time of changing weather, so you can choose to help guests brace for the chill with scarves, mittens, hats, or other outerwear. If fall reminds you most of sports or school, memorabilia from your favorite team or college might work. As you can see, the options are plentiful, and each embraces the season in a different way.

Ahead, a slideshow of creative ideas for giving guests fall-inspired keepsakes. Whether you'd like to gift your loved ones with edible goodies, decorative trinkets, or tools to face the incoming cold, these autumnal ideas are sure to help everyone remember your beautiful fall wedding. Browse through and see what sparks your interest, keeping in mind your wedding's theme and location. What you've already planned may help you pick the right present!


Overachieving hosts, take note: If you make these, nobody will ever top you. (You'll have a hard time saying goodbye to that raspberry-rose buttercream, though.)

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Honey-bourbon-butterscotch cookies

The Kentucky Gent Jim Beam Bourbon Butterscotch Oatmeal Cookies (Photo: Josh Johnson)

From Josh Johnson, The Kentucky Gent (thekentuckygent.com)

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup unsalted butter, room temperature
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup dark brown sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 6 tbsp. Jim Beam Honey Bourbon
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 2 tsp. baking soda
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 2 cups rolled oats
  • 8 oz. butterscotch chips

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Combine flour, baking soda and salt in a medium mixing bowl and whisk together.
  3. Cream together the butter and sugars, until light and fluffy.
  4. Add eggs one at a time.
  5. Add vanilla and bourbon, mixing until well combined.
  6. Fold in dry ingredients gradually.
  7. Add butterscotch chips and oats, mixing to incorporate thoroughly.
  8. Using cookie scoop, transfer balls of dough to cookie sheet, placing about 2 inches apart.
  9. Bake for 9 minutes or until golden brown.

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Change up the holidays by serving this traditionally warm-weather cocktail at your next Christmas party. To make it snowy white, we added a touch of coconut milk. Cranberry ice cubes add a touch of cheer.

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Wassail is a hot mulled cider, traditionally enjoyed during wassailing, an English Christmas drinking ritual intended to ensure a good apple harvest the following year. The whole baked apples floating on top lend a homey feel to the warming festive drink. Serve as is -- or top with a splash of brandy if you like. It's perfect for a big family gathering or holiday party.

Vodka Cranberry Punch with Apple Cider Ice Cubes

This is dangerously easy and delicious. Not only does it taste sweet and spicy, but just look at it! Those colors! The ruby-red cranberries cover the surface, and the apple cider cubes are the best additions that amp up the flavor.


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These are the best holiday drinks to truly make Christmas the most wonderful time of the year.

There is so much to celebrate this holiday season, and if you want to make your celebration extra special this year, there's nothing better than a great holiday cocktail. These easy Christmas cocktails will only take you five to 10 minutes to make, and they'll taste like you went to bartender school. Whether you want something sweet, spicy, or full of seasonal berries, these are the best holiday drinks to impress everyone in your family.

And the great thing about holiday cocktails is they're not tied to a typical Christmas feast. You can make one that goes great with your cookie decorating party and another that's cozy enough to sit with by the fire for opening presents or one that pairs perfectly with watching your favorite Christmas movies. There's a Christmas cocktail that works no matter what activities you plan on doing this holiday season, so try one or try them all, and prepared to be wowed.


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What would Christmas be without the Grinch? As mean as he tries to be he is just too darn cute! We decided to put together a tribute to the old guy, cute and fun Grinch themed treats. All of which will be fun to do with the kiddos or even great for parties. I know I would like to see a bunch of these cute little Grinch Poppers show up at the office party!

Try them out, let us know what your favorite is.

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A fruit-filled ice ring will melt more slowly than ice cubes, which means it won't water down your punch.

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