5 Wedding Favors Made By Handmade Sellers

August 12, 2021

5 Wedding Favors Made By Handmade Sellers

Let's talk weddings!  I'm guessing you've been to a few weddings in your lifetime.  Do you remember the wedding favors you received over the years?  My guess is you probably don't remember most of the wedding favors at weddings you attended.  If you are a bride to be, I'm sure you want to stand out with the uniqueness of your favors.  If so, this blog is for you!  Below I will highlight 5 extra special wedding favors that are made by handmade makers.  These beauties are sure to impress!


Plain Jane ~ Utah

Plain Janes creates seed packets that are completely customizable.  Each packet comes with a wildflower mix.  You just provide the bride and groom names, wedding date and the font color desired. Your guests will love these.


One Team Blessed ~ California

These small vinyl records are just the cutest.  You can personalize them and the best part is that they are magnetic bottle openers!  How ingenious are these?!  Your guests will get years of use from these and will be a great conversation starter with their uniqueness.


Lily Lake Designs ~ North Carolina

 Who doesn't love and need a new koozie to keep their drinks cold?  These are completely personalized and help to make your wedding day extra special.  There are different sizes and colors available to choose from.  Your wedding guests won't be leaving these behind.  


Gourmet Wedding Gifts ~ California

Check out these edible wedding favors.  They are stroopwafels which are thin wafer like cookies.  Your guests won't be bringing these wedding favors home with them as they won't last very long because they are so darn delicious.


Sew Happy Quilting ~ Vermont

If you are interested in these quilted fabric pocket hugs, reach out to Andrea at Sew Happy Quilting and she will work closely with you to get the desired color, quantity and personalized card with your wedding information included.  Giving a pocket hug to your guests is beyond unique and thoughtful.


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Thanks for stopping by and remember, every time you buy from a handmade artist, they do a little happy dance.  You are supporting their dreams and talent. 

~ Andrea at Sew Happy Quilting

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