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10 Unique Wedding Favor Ideas Your Guests Will Love

Send off your guests with a thoughtful, one-of-a-kind wedding favor that shows your appreciation and reminds them of your most special day

Dobrina Zhekova
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Succulents, a Love Story

Succulents have been on top of trends lists for the past couple of years, so these tiny plants are the perfect way to say thank you for coming. It’s something that can be enjoyed far past the day of the celebration,” suggests Keith Phillips of Classic Photographers.

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Cooking up Memories

“Favors should be a lasting reflection of you and your partner,” says Emily Sullivan of Emily Sullivan Events. “These fun vanilla extract bottles are a fantastic way to show off your personality as a couple who loves to spend time together in the kitchen.”

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Warm Embrace

Blankets and pashmina scarves are perfect for a late fall or winter celebration. “Stylish and cozy, guests will love taking these home to use later as a throw or wrap,” says Sullivan.

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Mini Bar

Instead of giving your guests just another bottle opener to bring back home, opt for something they can consume during your wedding weekend. “A favor to get the party started—tiny bottles of Patron tequila,” suggests Alexandra Swanson of Archive Rentals.

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Sweet Ending

"Favors are a great way to share something personal with your guests. We always recommend something that is a favorite of the couple or something that is customizable,” suggests Jennifer Williger of HoneyFitz Events. In this case, the couple opted for mini versions of their favorite treats created by SoCal-based bakery Hello Sweetie Pies.

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Thoughtful Souvenirs

“What’s better than a favor that is both practical and well packaged?! We love these wood boxes, hand-crafted by the groom and filled with the couple's favorite wines, a warm blanket for their al fresco dinner, and an air plant for the guest's home,” says Jaime Kostechko of Wild Heart Events.

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Useful Tokens

"Favors that you can eat or drink are big winners, but so are favors related to eating and drinking,” says Kawania Wooten of Howerton+Wooten Events. “Little gifts like wine-bottle stoppers and crab mallets can be used long after your wedding is over, and your guests will think of you fondly every time they use them."

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On-Theme

This wedding was the epitome of rustic elegance—long farm tables, twisted vines wrapped around Sperry tent poles, intimate seating, soft lighting, and florals spilling out onto the tables. Needless to say, the couple’s wedding favors fit the theme perfectly.

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Points for Hospitality

"Our favorite trend is when couples give a breakfast-in-bed combo like a box with a couple of doughnuts and an iced coffee, scones and locally made jam, or croissants and OJ. We also love sneaking things into the guest's hotel room if it's a destination wedding, like cookies and milk for a late-night treat,” adds Beth Helmstetter, owner and creative director of Beth Helmstetter Events.

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Stirring up All the Feels

"For the couple that runs on caffeine, customized spoons can be a favor that checks off both the cute and practical categories! There are plenty of Etsy shops where you can purchase ones with fun sayings, or you can connect with a store that lets you create your own phrases. They're easy to fit into a purse, as well as pack for the trip home and then guests can think of you anytime they add a spoonful of sugar to their morning coffee," says Emily Sullivan of Emily Sullivan Events.
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