There are so many amazing options for Mitzvah favors out there, but we most often hear from guests of honor that they love wearable favors. Over the years, we’ve done so many different types of favors and we want to share some of our favorites and advice
There are two ways to do sizing. The first is to approximate the size of each of the kids. Go through the list of kids with your child to see if they are bigger or smaller than your child. Use your child’s size as a reference point to guess what size will work best for each kid. You’ll likely have to share this size list before all of your RSVPs are in, so make sure you have extra. You can always share those extras with your family.
The other way to do sizing is a “one size fits all” approach. Just get the same size for everyone–typically a large. This is easiest for you since you don’t need to figure out the sizing of all of your guests. However, this may result in your favors not being worn because they are way too big.
Sweatshirts and Hoodies
Hoodies are always popular. This one has an imprint on both the front and the back. The more locations the logo is, the higher the cost.
We love when there is a photo moment with kids wearing their hoodies.
The easiest way to display sweatshirts is rolled, tied with a ribbon or string, and tagged with the name of who it is for. Alphabetical order is key, whether by first or last name!
Embellishing the tag with an on-theme extra is a nice touch, like this one from an equestrian-themed Bat Mitzvah.
Logos can be screen printed or embroidered, like the one above.
Make sure that when you roll the sweatshirt, you can see the logo in a consistent location. It makes the display look so much nicer!
Sweatpants and PJ Pants
Favors can also be displayed in bags, like the purple cinch bag that held these pj pants .
Plaid pj pants are classic!
Any light-colored garment can have an airbrushed design added. It looks especially cool down the leg of these sweatpants.
We’ve seen socks become less popular as more girls choose to wear custom or dressy sneakers with their dresses. However, socks are always a fun Mitzvah favor idea!
These custom socks were perfect for an equestrian-themed Mitzvah that used horseshoes as part of the decor.
Socks with grippies on the bottom prevent sliding on the dance floor.
Don’t forget the little cousins and friends. Onesies and smaller-sized t-shirts are often easy to add to an existing screen printing order. You can be a gracious host for kids of all sizes. They (and their parents!) will appreciate it!