Burlap with Blue Wedding & Baptism Favors (Bobonieres), Beautifully decorated with a Ribbon. Customize your Favor below with your choice of our Delicious Koufeta!
Burlap with Blue Wedding & Baptism Favors (Bobonieres)
Burlap with Blue Wedding & Baptism Favors (Bobonieres), Beautifully decorated with a Ribbon.
In traditional Greek Weddings and Baptisms the Sugar Covered Almonds are called “koufeta” and placed in small Organza bags referred to as Favors or Bobonieres. Each guest in attendance gets a Favor.
Theo Doro Koufeta & Sugar Dragees are Extremely Sought After! Our Sugar Dragees have a Soft Like Sugar Coating much like an M&M (Not Hard), made with the finest, freshest ingredients available.
Traditionally the Bobonieres are filled with 5 Almonds but can be any indivisible number (3, 5, or 7 but not 9 because it is divisible by 3). They are indivisible numbers, symbolizing how the newlyweds will share everything and remain undivided. Fresh almonds have a bittersweet taste, which represents life. The sugarcoating is added with the hope that the newlyweds life will be more sweet than bitter. The 5 almonds have a significant meaning wishing the new Bride & Groom
- A long life
Tradition holds that if an unmarried woman puts the almonds under her pillow, she’ll dream of her future husband.