Sending guests home with something delicious to drink is a wedding favor everyone will appreciate. Plus, with so many creative beverage options out there, you'll have no problem choosing a drink that perfectly complements your wedding theme or season (perhaps something icy cold if you're marrying in the summertime, or a to-go cup filled with hot cocoa for a winter wedding). These 10 sip-able wedding favor ideas are delicious, easy, and very memorable.
Mini Flasks of Tea and Lemonade (& Vodka!) (above): Give guests a personalized glass flask filled with tea and lemonade (and vodka upon request!).
Photo: Sweetwater Portraits
Champagne (in a can!): How festive are these mini cans of sparkling wine?
Photo: Troy Grover
Limoncello: Up for a DIY project? Whip up some homemade limoncello and send guests home with a bottle — they'll remember your wedding when they're sipping it at home.
Photo: M Lindsay Photography
Homemade Moonshine: Bottle up some flavored hooch and display the labeled bottles near the reception exit for guests to grab as they depart from the reception.
Photo: The Gemmers
Herbal Elixir: This Portland couple made batches of their homemade herbal elixir (ingredients included local botanicals, apples, black currants, maple, and orange peel) to give to friends and family.
Photo: Jen Rodriguez Photography
Milk and Cookies: A carton of milk + a package of homemade cookies = the perfect take-home treat.
Photo: Grazier Photography
Home-Brewed Beer: This couple gave out bottles of home-brewed beer that the groom and his cousin crafted and bottled in their kitchen.
Photo: Kay English Photography
Bourbon: Mini bottles of brown-sugar bourbon with hand-calligraphed tags doubled as wedding favors and escort cards.
Photo: Belathee Photography
Vodka: This Texas couple passed out miniature bottles of locally made vodka paired with recipe cards of their favorite cocktails for their guests to enjoy at home.
Photo: Our Labor of Love
Maker's Mark and Coke: Pass out miniature bottles of your favorite cocktail ingredients, like Coca-Cola and Maker's Mark (with a package of peanuts, of course), as a personalized wedding favor.