Wedding Favors Part II
Wedding favors are a centuries-old tradition but these days, the creativity of these small tokens of appreciation eclipse even the coasters, frames, and CDs we've seen just in recent years. Wedding favors can now be anything from items to make your guests more comfortable to personalized gifts that represent you as a couple. Throw in a refined presentation and your guests can't help but leave with a favor in-hand. Whether it’s hot or there’s a chance for rain, offering your guests beautiful parasols can make a world of difference as they celebrate you. Place them near the entrance and hang a beautiful sign to tell them they’re there for the taking. Your guests will appreciate the thoughtfulness.
via Sawyer Baird
There are certain months of the year that the weather might be questionable and if you’ve happened upon a chilly day, your guests will be delighted at the thought of cozying up with a pashmina as they watch you say “I do.” These elegant, yet comfortable wraps are perfect and practical.
via Justin DeMutiis Photography
These aren't just your average, everyday coasters – they're art. With the couple’s name and date, this floral-inspired watercolor coaster set makes a beautiful statement.
via Ryan Ray Photography
Yes, koozies can be elegant, too! These beautiful koozies feature the couple’s personalization and monogram in a classic gold color. It's a neat way to dress up a casual favor.
via Sawyer Baird
Everyone loves a candle and that’s why offering your guests a lovely small jar candle can be a great wedding favor. Tied with a small note of thanks, these little favors can provide your guests enjoyment in their own homes long after your big day.
via Elate Photo
Every guest will love an edible treat to take home. Savory and sweet, these adorable favors are offered in fabric bags with a cute note from the couple. They are the perfect grab-and-go favor!
via Next Exit Photography
If you’re searching for wedding favor inspiration, just think about the theme of your day, the location, and what you enjoy most. Between those three things, you’re certain to find a favor that perfectly tells your guests “thank you.”