Your second wedding is fast approaching and you’re down to planning the last intricate details to make your day extra special. Wedding favors are a great way to give your guests a special gift to show your appreciation. Wedding favys, although not the most important thing on your to-do list, are a crucial part of your wedding day and will mean a lot to your guests when they receive them. If you are struggling to find the perfect gift for friends and family then why not consider making or buying personalized gifts that guests can treasure long after your special day. If you are struggling to find the perfect wedding favor gift idea then here are a few suggestions to get you started.
Why choose personalized favors for guests?
Personalized wedding favors are a great way to show your guests how much you appreciate them. The right wedding favors are especially important for those planning their second wedding as it’s crucial to set yourself apart.
More importantly, personalized gifts and wedding favors are a lot more meaningful and they are something your guests will cherish long after your special day. Your gifts will be more unique and the chances of anyone else having picked your idea before are pretty slim. Take a look at Wedding Favy for some great inspiration for personalized wedding favors to give your guests the perfect gift. There are two options here, you can either buy your wedding favors or if you would like, you can make the gifts yourself.
And the great part is it doesn’t have to break the bank. If you make the gifts yourself you can save lots of money that can be spent elsewhere.
Here are the two most popular ways to personalize your wedding favors for your guests. These two are tried and tested to make your special day extra special.
DIY Wedding Favors
Custom tea and coffee bags
This is a novel way to show your guests you care, and it’s so simple to make. Simply, pick up a pack of great coffee or tea leaves, get some small bags or beautiful fabric and tie them at the top. Buy all of the items in bulk so you can save money.
To make your gift even more personal, why not add a tag of your wedding date, venue or names inside for the ultimately unique wedding favy.
Get creative with your wedding favors and give your guests a practical gift to remind them of you. Make a personalized coaster yourself using a photo of the happy couple, your wedding venue or even a map of the venue or area of the wedding. You can buy all the items in bulk and can use either cork, wooden squares or tiles as a base and paper for the embellishments. Tie a couple of them up together with some beautiful string and your personalized wedding favy is complete.
So this isn’t especially DIY wedding favors, but it is how you present them to your guests that make them unique. Add a personalized message to the candy necklace using a small piece of string to make this gift extra special.
Give your guests a practical gift on your wedding day with these personalized luxury lip balms from Bridal Shower Co. Pick between cherry pink, mint green, or vanilla ivory balm and personalize the label, message and pattern so each stick is personal to your special day.
Unique Mason Jars
Mason jars are a wedding staple and have been used for thousands of years because they are so versatile. Use them as decorations or fill them with a sweet something for your guests to enjoy. These personalized mason jars come with a label that you can create yourself, to add a personal message to your guests.
Personalized Luggage Tags
If you are planning to have your wedding abroad then a great idea as a wedding favor are personalized luggage tags for your guests to use on their journey back. This practical gift will put a smile on your guests face and are a great reminder of your special day.
Sometimes the best gifts are the simplest, and this cannot be closer to the truth for wedding favors. Guests will be touched with a personalized and unique gift that they can cherish for years to come. You can find some more wedding favor inspiration here.
Which wedding favor idea is your favorite? And what wedding favy idea will you use for your second wedding? Let me know in the comments below.
By Hollie Jones
Hollie is a freelance writer and co-writer for the Hollie and the Ivy blog. She is passionate about upcycling, interior design, crafts and weddings. Hollie enjoys writing about these topics and spreading her knowledge and experience to others.