These hidden chest wedding favors are like a mystery subscription box for your guests

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Hidden chest wedding favors as seen on @offbeatbride
Photos by The Cine Collective

Hazi and Matt did a ton of seriously fun things at their woodland rainbow wedding, but their hidden chest wedding favors were especially intriguing. they took five chests full of geeky, gamer, and fantasy-themed loot and hid them around the reception area. Whoever found them got to keep all the loot!

These hidden chest wedding favors are making my day and I want one. They're almost like a monthly mystery box for your wedding guests. They also had favors for everyone that were little cardboard chests full of handmade chocolates, a love potion bubble bath bottle, and a key ring with the guest's name. Swoon.

Hidden chest wedding favors as seen on @offbeatbride
The lewt!

Would you consider giving your guests some hidden treasure to find around the reception? What would you include?

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Comments on These hidden chest wedding favors are like a mystery subscription box for your guests

  1. Love it! We lived in San Francisco when we met, so hiking in Muir Woods was a favorite of ours. We always played “Spot the Banana Slug” and I was wayyyyyyy better at it then my fiance. So we’re hiding banana slugs (toys, of course) around our reception area for our guests to find. We’ll have a prize for each one found 🙂

  2. This would really work well with a nautical/sea themed wedding. You could have one that was “the mermaid’s treasure”, one that was “the pirate’s treasure”, and one that was, uh, the manatee’s treasure…? I don’t know, help me out here…

    Anyway, each treasure box could have surprises matching the theme! Mermaid bubble bath and a cheap paperback with mermaids, a faux pearl necklace, a shell hair comb, and shell chocolates. Pirate temporary tattoos, an eye patch, pirates booty popcorn, a small toy parrot, chocolate gold coins. Etc!

  3. I love the idea in the article! We’re having a pirate-themed wedding and are hoping to have a treasure hunt if we can pull it off. The venue is a 17th century manor house and has acres of grounds that we can use with statues and other landmarks that could make good clues. It’ll lead to a cache of prizes, but so far we’re not sure what beyond rum and chocolate coins! So if anyone has ideas feel free to share them 🙂

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