16 Personalized Wedding Favors Your Guests (And You!) Will Totally Love

Put your own unique spin on your guest gifts

Kristi Wright Photography

There's no doubt your wedding will be a memorable affair for everyone involved, but take it to the next level by treating your friends and family to one-of-a-kind personalized wedding favors. The pressure's on to thank your guests with a keepsake they'll actually enjoy, so you truly get the best of both worlds with individualized gifts. Wedding attendees can go home with a special memento to commemorate your big day, and you have the opportunity to put your own unique spin on yet another wedding component.

From take-home mini foods to wine to succulents and even maracas, the custom guest gift options are entirely endless (and you can even add them to your tablescape!). Think outside the box with our roundup of personalized wedding favors that will make your nuptials the talk of the town. You can guarantee your nearest and dearest won't toss these presents after the wedding festivities have died down. Just make sure you and your spouse grab some for yourselves before they're gone!

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Olive Oil

Megan Welker

Turns out, you can personalize just about anything, even vials of olive oil. Brand these bottles with your names and wedding date, and guests will fondly remember your nuptials every time they whip out this cooking staple.

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Celebratory Maracas


Photo by Sargeant Creative

Both you and your guests will love these celebratory maracas, which they can use as props on the dance floor and beyond.

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Barbecue Sauce

Kristi Wright Photography

Spice up your personalized wedding favor game with bottles of barbecue sauce, featuring a short and sweet note from the newlyweds.

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The Morning Newspaper

On theme with a Sunday brunch wedding, this couple printed a special edition newspaper for their guests

Luke and Isabel Photography

To coordinate with their Sunday brunch wedding, this couple treated their guests to a special edition of the morning newspaper, with the bride and groom making a front page appearance.

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Homemade Salsa

Salsa Wedding Favor

Photo by Simply Splendid Photography; Event Design by Luxe Event Productions

Let's taco 'bout what will really satisfy your nearest and dearest—appealing to their stomachs. No one can say no taking home their own personal jar (or multiple) of homemade salsa.

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Tea Tins

Photo by JAC Photography

Liven up your reception tablescape with these colorful tea tins marking each guest's seat. Add your initials and pretty packaging that matches your color scheme for the final personalized touches.

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Jose Villa

Say thank you to your sweet guests by treating them to a contrasting salty treat in decorative paper take-home bags. Good luck limiting your friends and family to just one!

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Monogrammed Wine

Photo by Perry Vaile Photography

Wine not gift your friends and family with their own bottles of vino, decked out with your monograms!? This wedding favor is especially perfect for a smaller, more intimate affair.

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Mini Candles

Sposto Photography

Say "thank you" to your nearest and dearest with de-light-ful mini candles and a small note. Take these favors on step further by personalizing the candle itself.

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Jars of Honey

Tara Beth Photography

You can't find a sweeter custom wedding favor than small jars of honey. Tie the gift together with a burlap lid and a personalized "Meant to bee" sticker.

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Lauren Fair Photography

Plant the seed for stellar wedding favors with small succulents in stylish mini pots, which can also double as seating assignments. Tackle your DIY urge by decorating the pots with yours and your S.O.'s initials, or your guests's names.

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Milk and Cookies

Courtesy of The Elli Blog

No matter your age, a glass of milk and a chocolate chip cookie will always hit the spot. Decorate this combo with individualized stickers and pretty straws.

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Origami Paper Boats

Oragami name tags

Photo by Sara Lobla

This couple put their DIY skills to the test to create unmatched seating assignments that doubled as favors—whimsical origami paper boats.

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Take-home Sweets

Mavora Art and Design

We donut know what a wedding would be without mini take-home sweet treats and coffee beans served in custom brown paper bags.

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Hangover Bags


Photo by Bonnie Sen Photography

Welcome bags are taking over as the dominant wedding favor trend, so hop on board with custom totes and fillings of your choice. You can't go wrong with fun inflatable drink coozies for a beach ceremony.

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Take Home Champagne

Sweetwater Portraits

Set aside personalized soda cans with matching straws for guests to grab (and sip) on their way out.

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