DIY Wedding Favor Ideas #2

When attending a wedding, you’ll likely remember lots of little moments from the day, like the vows that made you reach for the tissues. The second piece of cake you couldn’t pass up. The scent of fresh floral bouquets wafting in the air.

The best way to recall the magic of a wedding is to send your guests home with something special…like DIY wedding favors! These ideas are perfect for any type of affair, whether you’re at a chic hall or a rustic barn wedding venue. Instead of opting for something expected like Jordan almonds, why not go the unique route and make a favor that your guests will actually use long after the wedding is over?

Plus, many of these ideas double as DIY wedding centerpiece ideas, so it might save you some prep time.

DIY Wedding Pretzels

How delightful are these pretzel rod favors, all dressed up for your wedding day? They’re guaranteed to be delicious!

Get the tutorial at The Inspiration Edit.

DIY Cupcake Bouquets

How can you go wrong with edible favors? Everyone will catch the bouquet thanks to these pretty cupcakes.

Get the tutorial at Jordan’s Easy Entertaining

DIY Coffee Beans & Scoops Favors

If you know that several coffee enthusiasts will be attending your wedding, you can make favors that they’ll make good use of.

Get the tutorial at Something Turquoise.

DIY Himalayan Salt Bath Bombs

Pink Himalayan salt is a wonderful ingredient to use for bath bombs, and for your wedding, each guest can take one home and feel tranquil in no time.

Get the tutorial at Shrimp Salad Circus.

DIY Salt & Pepper Shakers

Who doesn’t need salt and pepper? Craft a favor that’s equal parts adorable and practical with these mini salt and pepper shakers.

Get the tutorial at Something Turquoise.

DIY Fresh Floral Confetti

Whether they want to toss it at the wedding or enjoy it at home, you can give each guest their own sachet filled with fresh floral confetti.

Get the tutorial at The Merrythought.

DIY Cereal Treat Hearts

Cereal treats dipped in melted chocolate? Your guests will surely swoon as they eat these sugary favors.

Get the tutorial at Intimate Weddings.

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