Palm Tree Favor Boxes
Bought these as candy filled treats for a beach-themed engagement party. Building the boxes was not difficult at all. For extra holding power, I used a glue stick to glue build the top part of the tree which was then better able to hold the bottom piece in place. Added personalized Hershey kisses and was able to fit 6 in each tree trunk. Great price, saw them on other websites for much more. Vibrant colors add a whimsical touch to our tables!
August 21, 2012
Cool Favor Box
I purchased these favor boxes to use to hold the flip flop key chains for a luau baby shower!!! They were PERFECT!!! My one and only complaint is that they are a little time consuming putting together but once you get the hang of it you will bust them out!!!
March 16, 2012
smaller than i thought
I used these as a party favor for my daughter's "Rio" themed birthday. They made the table look super cute but they were so much smaller than i expected. I was able to squeeze in 3 starbursts after taking them out of their small bites package & A small sucker. Took a lot of patience to tweek & piece together but we made it! Laughed it off & guests loved it. When they say "small gifts" they really meant it lol!
February 24, 2014
Cheap and frustrating to assemble
These palm tree favor boxes are awful. I am having to use tape which makes them look even worse. Bad bad design and way
too time consuming to assemble. They do not hold very much either.
June 6, 2013
This is the second time I have purchased this product. The first time I filled it w/ M & Ms. This time I will fill it with the gourmet jelly beans from Trader Joe's. Perfect size for small favor.
June 14, 2012
Hard to find elsewhere
These are sooo Cute for the Hawaiian wedding table. Could also use for placecard stands. Just use little glue dots. I like the fact that they are small.
February 24, 2012
Instructions Included Now!
So, after reading a lot of reviews, I was all prepared to need to figure out how to assemble these myself. But they come with instructions now!!
That said, they really are small. They're a good size for decorations (and that what I'll be using them for), but to actually put anything inside, you'd be hard pressed to fit just about anything. I'm not really sure how they seriously can call themselves favor boxes.
So, if you think they're cute and you're a little crafty, they're fantastic decorations. They just need to stop being called favor boxes.
August 24, 2011
Cute but assembly is tedious
These favors are very cute but very tedious and take awhile to assemble.
August 8, 2011
Love, Love, LOVED them!
Used for a tropical themed bridal shower and they were PERFECT! Got a lot of compliments on them. I thought the product material was very sturdy and that the instructions were very easy to follow. Aside from the usual delicate patience needed when assembling anything little, I thought putting them together was a breeze! I added little tiki signs with the bride & groom's names on them which I thought was a fun way to personalize them and I used "Runts" candies to fill the trunks which were an awesome, fruity, tropical choice because we used the majority of a 5lb bag filling 36 of these things with only the bananas giving us some funnel-clogging issues. I did put tape at the top of each trunk to hold it together when the top was removed but only because I thought people might lose their candy. Since the candy was small and unwrapped, I thought it was wise. I highly recommend them because they are so darned cute and I think that they would work just as well for a child's party as they did for my mostly adult party!
July 17, 2011
Cute but assembly takes time
Once assembled, these are cute and colorful! You need to fold and fit the 4 separate pieces and make sure they don't come apart. If you do it right, there is no need to tape or glue since the top trunk part holds the bottom in place like a lid. You can fit 10 tootsie rolls tightly in the bottom part which is about 3" tall and 1" wide to give you an idea. Altogether, the "box" is 6" tall.
June 3, 2011