Giving guests a tasty wedding favor is always a good idea, especially if they're homemade meal accoutrements guests can enjoy at home the next day. Maybe you're known for your killer salsa recipe. Or perhaps you and your groom's first date took place at a local barbecue restaurant. Why not whip up batches of your famous salsa recipe or purchase mini bottles of the restaurant's barbecue sauce to give to guests? They'll appreciate all of the thought and effort into making your wedding send-off gift a delicious one.
Jam (above): Into making jam? Make some batches of your favorite flavor (apricot and habanero sounds amazing, doesn't it?) to give to guests.
Photo: [A Simple Photograph](http://www.simplephoto.ca/)
Olive Oil: This couple passed out bottles of extra-virgin olive oil bearing a tag printed with the couple's favorite pasta recipe. Love this idea!
Photo: JL Photografia
Honey: A jar of locally sourced honey is such a sweet idea.
Photo: [Red Sparrow Photography](http://www.redsparrowphoto.com/)
Hot Sauce: If you and your groom love all things spicy, then why not give everyone miniature bottles of your favorite hot sauces?
Photo: [The Nichols](http://nicholsphotographers.com/)
Spice Rub: Known for your fabulous dinner parties? Let guests in on your kitchen secrets with a jar of your homemade spice rub.
Photo: [Lev Kuperman Photography](http://www.levkuperman.com/)
Maple Syrup: Send guests home with a bottle of delicious maple syrup they can enjoy with pancakes and waffles at home.
Photo: [Half Full Photography](http://www.grazierphotography.com/)
Salsa: This couple invites guests to their home for a low-key backyard wedding complete with a taco truck and jars of homemade salsa.
Photo: [Kristi Wright Photography](http://www.kristiwrightphotography.com/)
Barbecue Sauce: We love the idea of bottling up jars of barbecue sauce from your favorite 'cue joint to give to your guests