Finding a wedding party favor unique to your wedding theme or personality can be difficult
so we looked into some of the top DIY ideas - one for every style!
Make your own jam and bottle them in mason jars.
To add a personal touch, print out a personalized sticker or tag to tie it off!
Personalize Chinese take-out boxes and provide and fun and colorful candy bar to allow guests to fill them for a unique and tasty sweet party favor!
Having something sweet as your wedding favor has been a tradition since the middle ages.
Channel your inner baker and make your own tasty treats!
Place small amounts of dirt topped with seeds in a small personalized bag to give guests a wedding favor that they can take home and grow! A cute message with something interactive!
Find some vintage teacups & fill with wax and add a candle wick!
Your guests will then have a favor that will make them think of you every time they use it!
For a modern twist, DIY your own decor matching boxes with simple chocolates inside.
Sometimes a perfect presentation is all you need!
For an inexpensive yet quirky wedding favor, buy small packs of mints or your favorite sweet treat or candy and personalize them with a label or creative stickers special to your wedding theme!
You don't want to give the guests something they'll have to pack home so think practical! Beat the heat with some personalized DIY fans for your guests to keep cool while you say I do. They're also a great way to send a little message to your guests or save some space and time and make them your programs!
Give your guests a fancy place card to take home as a piece of wedding memorabilia. Spending that little extra time on a nice placecard makes for great favors - two in one!
We had the honor of designing a lovely garden themed April wedding on a stunning private estate. Our tablescapes turned out beautiful but it was a personal touch the bride added that really stole the show. She provided handmade books on each table that guests seated at that table would sign. Each table number then represented the year that the bride and groom would read their guestbooks- a little surprise every year! We loved the unique idea so much it inspired us to look into other creative DIY guestbook ideas to share!
Poloroids are always a fun way to capture the night-of moments and scrapbook guests' advice and notes.
Your "guestbook" can also be something you make into art! Move home to home with your piece of memorabilia decor. Painted monogram letters of your [new] last name or beautiful antique china to hang provide beautiful and quirky home decor with a special meaning.
Last but not least and certainly one of our favorites, wine bottles! Such a cute idea to provide numbered wine bottles for guests to sign, and then open with your loved one every anniversary!
Check out Pinterest for more DIY ideas
Pink couldn't have been a more appropriate choice for these two bright and bold ladies who put their love, bling and personality throughout their beautiful May wedding. Light and dark pinks beaming with passion and energy, feminine feels, and spunky, romantic, and intimate charm set the scene for this dazzling day. Lisa carried a gorgeous bouquet we filled with peonies, calla lilies, sweet peas, ranunculus, lisanthus and more seasonal flowers in bold shades of pink. Her bridesmaids had matching bright and bold bouquets in various shades of pink, and the best women's boutonnieres were wrapped in the perfect shiny bling. Robin's pink boutonniere matched her on-point shoe style & rock-star socks & we just loved Lisa's blinged out tennis shoes to match - talk about personality!
These ladies rocked it!
The reception was held at a unique little West Virginia venue: Panorama on The Peak.
With the best linens, perfectly pink lighting, and elaborate table decor...
we transformed the quaint space into a wedding wonderland [with a killer view both inside and out]
& a spunky yet sophisticated"pretty in pink" charm.
Cake by Karen Rodkey of Littlestown PA
Special thank you to The Crystal Lenz Photography for sharing these awesome photos!
Congratulations Lisa & Robin!