Impress Your Guests with These Savory Edible Wedding Favors

Favors & Gifts
popcorn wedding favors

Photo: Jose Villa

If you and your groom typically prefer something salty over sweet, then give your guests a delicious savory treat that they can enjoy after the wedding. These seven creative ideas are easy, affordable, and will definitely wow your guests.

Popcorn (above): Give guests a personalized paper lunch bag full of fresh-popped popcorn to snack on during the ride home.

southern wedding favor boiled peanuts

Photo: Amelia & Dan

Boiled Peanuts: For a taste of the South, give your wedding guests bags of freshly made boiled peanuts (and how adorable is that bow tie-shaped tag?).

Soft Pretzels: Let guests help themselves to chewy soft pretzels at the end of the reception (especially if you or your groom hails from Philly!). You can even try to work with the company to shape the pretzels into your initials.

spiced nuts wedding favor

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Spiced Nuts: How delicious do these fried almond with thyme sound? Find the DIY instructions and recipe here.

jar of pickles wedding favor

Photo: Erik Ekroth

Jar of Pickles: For a more rustic, DIY touch, set up a favor table laden with jars and jars of homemade pickles.

Grits: Another Southern staple, grits (or perhaps Carolina rice) would make a lovely favor for guests to enjoy at home. Just tie the cotton sack with a pretty ribbon.

tomato jam wedding favor

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Tomato Jam: Instead of sweet varieties like strawberry or raspberry, surprise guests with jars of homemade, savory tomato jam.

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