24 Wedding Favors Your Guests Will Love

Show your guests just how much they mean to you by sending them home with one of these creative party favors.
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Pass the Preserves

For a super Southern affair, skip the candy bar and opt for sweet jams and other preserves. Peach jam was a major hit at this Georgia wedding.

Bring on the Birds

This biodegradable bird seed ornament by Down in the Boondocks will have your guests remembering your sweet wedding every time a new songbird stops by for a visit.

Farm-Fresh Display

For a rustic wedding, store your packets of flower seed in an old wheelbarrow with a cute sign as seen here.

Spice Things Up

Show guests that you know how to think outside of the box by sending them home with a hot and spicy treat. Download the labels from Something Turquoise.

Hand Stamped, Mail Ordered

If you love the idea of giving out coffee beans as favors, but you just don't have the time to do it yourself, you can even buy the beans already roasted and in custom-stamped packaging from AproprosRoasters.

Mix-Tape Memories

Give guests the opportunity to relive your special day with a custom-made cd featuring your favorite songs from the reception. 

Cookie for the Road

Take a cue from entertaining expert Kim Stoegbauer of The TomKat Studio and send your guests home with what they really want: a giant cookie for the road! Wrap individual cookies in a single CD case for an extra-clever presentation.

Sweetest Treat

If you really want to send guests home with something sweet, try your hand at one (or all!) of these flavorful sugars infused with lime, lavender and orange. Simply place the sugar and your dry ingredient in a sealed container for a few days before the wedding. Delicious!

S'more Kits

S’mores are easy and budget-friendly wedding favors that are perfect for a rustic DIY autumn wedding.

Mixed Nuts

If your style is more savory than sweet, consider making homemade spiced nuts to really impress your guest. Package the nuts in a simple glass jar, and decorate with colorful washi tape for an extra special touch.

Sweet Orange Ginger Tea

Combine your favorite spices to create your own custom tea blend for wedding guests. A cute card letting your guests know what makes up the tea blend is a thoughtful touch.

Candy Kit Bottles

Give just the right amount of something sweet by filling small glass vials with various candies. Nerds, Sour Worms and Snowcaps are great options for catering to different candy preferences. 

Hot Chocolate

Great for a winter wedding, these delectable coconut chocolate spoons are the ideal way to say, "Thank you." Get the recipe here.

Infused Liquors

We promise it's easier than it sounds. Simply mix together a few basic ingredients with common liquors for a gift your guests will rave about. Get the full instructions here.

Custom Chocolate Bars

If you're looking for a simple way to dress up store-bought goodies, look no further. These printable wrappers will turn any basic chocolate bar into the elegant wedding favor of your dreams. 

Pickled Produce

Do you love to garden? Try pickling your produce to give guests a charming country treat and to make sure none of your bountiful veggies go to waste.

Plant a Tree

Give a gift that keeps on giving when you supply guests with a way to plant their very own Scotch pine tree. Make your own kit, or buy it premade from MorganTheCreator on Etsy.

Cocktail Creations

Let guests take home a taste of your signature wedding drink by filling cute jars with dried rosebuds and a recipe for a Rose and Mint Champagne Cocktail. Get the recipe here.

Cotton Candy

Send guests home with a sweet and nostalgic treat when you string a clothesline with bags of delicious cotton candy. Photo courtesy of Tim Robison Creative

Sew Cute

These delightful DIY sewing kits are so simple to make, and they are great to keep in a purse or car for fashion emergencies. Learn how to make them at Something Turquoise.

Potted Succulents

Great for centerpieces and favors alike, potted succulents are a wedding trend that is only getting more popular with time. Don't forget to personalize them like Chelsea Costa of Lovely Indeed did here by painting the pots with your wedding colors!

Air Plants

Even easier to care for than succulents, air plants make a great wedding favor (and place holder) even for those without a green thumb. You can find these rustic beauties on thisfineday's Etsy shop.

Mocha Magic

For a favor your guests will be anxious to use, make your own mocha latte mix in super cute test tubes. Find instructions and download the free label from Something Turquoise.

Double-Duty Terrarium

A charming place holder that doubles as a sweet party favor, this DIY terrarium via Green Wedding Shoes is the perfect, easy craft that is sure to impress your guests.

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