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5 Awesome Wedding Favors That Your Guests Will Actually Use!

Favors That Are Sure to Wow Your Guests

Why not give your guests a favor that they will always remember?   Send them home with a wedding favor that they can use over and over. We have some great ideas to help you say thank you to your special wedding guests.  Choosing the perfect favor to match your wedding theme while getting something your guests will keep after the wedding can be a challenge.  We have put together a list of some of our favorite favors that you can share with your family and friends!



1. The "Perfect Blend" Burlap Bag with Coffee

The "Perfect Blend" Burlap Bag with Coffee
Send your guests home with something they can enjoy: the perfect blend of coffee!  Who doesn't enjoy a nice cup of coffee, especially the morning after celebrating a big event like a wedding?  These adorable burlap bags come in a set of 12 and you can fill them with your favorite coffee.  Pure, heartwarming country charm is packed into these favors - perfect for the simple, country wedding.





2. "Cheers to a Great Combination" Wine Set

Cheers to a Great Combination Wine Set
Your guests will remember what a perfect combination you and your spouse make with this matching cork screw and wine bottle stopper set.  Every time your guests open a bottle of wine or put it back in the fridge for later, they will remember your beautiful wedding they attended.  It may even bring back memories of their special day!




3. "A Perfect Pair" Key Chain


Perfect Pair Key Chain Favor

As the wedding couple, you are a "Perfect Pair."  Show your friends and family your appreciation with this beautiful key chain. The pear is a symbol of prosperity and good health, making it the perfect complement to your wedding.  Any time your guests start their car or unlock their front door, they will see this special keepsake you gave them.  The pair of pears will be a great addition to their set of keys!  





4. "Meant to Bee" Scented Candles

Meant to Bee Scented Candle Favors
These candles are "Meant to Bee" in your guests' hands!  With these intoxicating honey-scented candles, your guests will always remember that you and your spouse are "Meant to Bee". An upgrade from the traditional tea lights that you would find on the tables of many weddings, these bee hive shaped candles are sure to be the buzz around the reception tables.  



5. Blackboard Coasters

Blackboard Design Coaster Set

Your guests will never lose their drink during the reception or once they get home with these Blackboard Coasters!  The design is perfect for writing a little note or writing your name on.  You could even personalize them with each guest's name and a small note instead of using place cards.  These coasters serve many purposes - they're not just to set your drink on!  The coasters come in sets of two and the white chalk is included.  With these interesting favors, your guests are sure to stay entertained and the possibilities are endless! 




6. Summer Flip Flop Mint Tins


Summer Flip Flop Mint Tins
Give your guests a step in the right direction with these adorable wedding favors! Flip flop mint tins are the perfect favor for any summer or beach wedding! These adorable little gifts not only provide the perfect accessory to spruce up your reception table, they double as a reusable mint tin! You can also add personalized stickers so they can serve as thank you messages, a cute love quote, or even as an alternative to place cards!




With these "out of the box" favor ideas, your guests will surely be impressed.  These wedding favors are not only eye catching, but will be useful to your guests even after the wedding is over.   We hope these ideas make it easier to plan you Big Day!

 
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