Wedding Favors?

posted 6 months ago in Favors
Post # 2
715 posts
Busy bee

I’m having a rustic wedding as well and also wanted to give succulents! But also realized it would be too much. I’m undecided now, but one thing I’ve seen that’s nice and in a similar vein is little packets of flower seeds. My sister had a country sort of rustic wedding and gave out horseshoes with the date inscribed. 

Post # 3
760 posts
Busy bee

I’m not sure what your budget is or how many guets you’ll have but Amazon has a bunch of succulents in bulk that they sell. I saw one that was a collection of 20 for $35. 

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Post # 5
474 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

I always suggest something edible especially if you have guests traveling. We gave Krispy Kremes and they were a huge hit.

Post # 6
302 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

I did candy haha. But I did that because our wedding was right before halloween and we made mini trick or treat bags for our guests! What time of year is your wedding? Brittany_Rob-Details-0032

Post # 7
96 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: February 2018

Cake pops that will also serve as escort cards! 

Post # 11
193 posts
Blushing bee

We’re doing a rustic wedding as well & were going to do succulents but ended up not because the theme of my cousin’s wedding, which is 4 weeks before ours, is succulents. My mom suggested giving away little paper pouches with herb seeds in them & something cute stamped on the outside. “Let love grow” or “watch our love grow.” Something cheesy like that. 🙂

Post # 12
23 posts

I dont think favors are even necessary these days – i have literally never left a wedding and thought to myself – wow this favor is asweome – giving your guest a great day is all thats needed. 

Post # 13
994 posts
Busy bee

I had a rustic wedding too. I did not give out wedding favors. We had a photo booth and it printed out photos right on the spot that our guests could take home. We used that as our wedding favors. Was a huge hit!

Post # 14
722 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

Yup, I wanted little succulents too, but I couldn’t find something cost effective for 150 guests.  I made these instead from Pinterest (different colors to match and tied off with jute twine for our rustic theme).  They are cute, useful (to most people I feel like), and under $1 a piece (with Michael’s coupons!).  Downside is they take some time to make, but my mom helped me and we knocked out 75 of them in about 2 hours.  We tied a little tag on with a ‘thank you’ or ‘Mr. & Mrs.’ stamp on one side and a custom stamp made with our last name and wedding date on the other side.  They turned out really cute!

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