Foodie Favors: Whimsy & Spice

Whimsy and Spice mini cakes, cookies, brownies and marshmallow wedding favors.

Whimsy & Spice lives up to its name. Based out of Brooklyn, NY, and run by husband and wife team, Mark Sopchak (pastry chef extraordinaire) and Jenna Park (marketer, packaging and website designer, and fab photographer), each batch of deliciousness is sure to be fun and flavorful. And, what could be better for a wedding favor? Their cookies, marshmallows and brownies can be beautifully packaged into super special wedding favors and you can choose labels and ribbon color to customize each perfect package.

Some personal favorites are their sandwich cookies which come in flavors such as Earl Grey, Hazelnut Whisky, Massaman Peanut Butter, and Pink Peppercorn. Chocolate Gingersnaps and Rose & Black Pepper Thumbprints are wonderful. Although, their Coconut Five Spice White Chocolate wins my heart every time. But, then there are the shortbread varieties. Oh! The shortbread! And, come on, homemade marshmallows?! Caramel, Cardamom, Passion Fruit, Rose Vanilla? Somebody stop me! But, nothing should stop you from seriously considering these tasty treats for your guests. You can thank me later.

Whimsy & Spice shortbread, lavender, chocolate and ginger wedding favors.Honey Lavender, Brown Sugar Gingerspice, and Chocolate Orange Cardamom Shortbread Cookies

Whimsy & Spice chocolate gingersnap cookie wedding favors.Chocolate Gingersnaps

Whimsy & Spice sandwich cookies in peppercorn, peanut butter, hazelnut and whiskey.Massaman Peanut Butter, Pink Peppercorn, Earl Grey, and Hazelnut Whisky Sandwich Cookies

Whimsy & Spice chocolate butterscotch bar wedding favors.Chocolate Butterscotch Bars

Whimsy & Spice chocolate, caramel and rose marshmallow wedding favors.Chocolate, Caramel and Rose Vanilla Marshmallows

about the author
Bradford Bradford is the founder/editor of the design blog "The Bedlam of Beefy" and, with a background in fine arts, loves the endless creative possibilities with weddings. He loves a good DIY project and, even though he absolutely knows better than to consider it, dreams about making his own wedding cake.

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