A burning bridal question right now: Do brides really need to hand out favors to their guests? Only if they're edible and affordable! Delicious goodies are all the rage now for wedding favors which means bidding adeiu boring silver picture frames. Kelven Book of Canard, Inc., a New York City catering and event planning company, says, "The purpose of the edible favor is to give guests a take-home memory. If your wedding featured miniature bites, do the favor in miniature; if you served comfort food, give something homey, like a chocolate chip cookie." There are also some couples are thinking ahead to breakfast and giving their wedding guests big cinnamon rolls to eat the next morning. A great favor idea for a wedding that featured both sweet and savory delectables could be a gorgeous tote bag filled with both a savory cookie and a butter spreader plus miniature jar of icing, house separately in glassine bags. Inside, add a note to your wedding guests says “Thanks for adding sweetness to our wedding.”This cute cookie favor (3” to 4”), with packaging and icing, costs about $4. A large cookie, with packaging and icing, would cost about $6.