Send guests away with a favor that’ll make a lasting final impression at your rustic-themed wedding. If you know a lot of your guests are traveling, choose something that can be easily packed, or opt for a favor that can be enjoyed night-of, like a small treat or even pashmina scarves for a chilly outdoor reception. If you’re not sure where to start, pull inspiration from your wedding theme and check out our favorite rustic wedding favors below.
1. Jars of JamEbersole Photography
Share a homemade treat your guests can enjoy at breakfast the next day with tiny pots of your favorite jam. Top jars with a personalized farm-fresh sticker for a custom touch.
From: A Romantic, Bohemian Backyard Wedding at a Private Residence in Gloucester, Massachusetts
2. SucculentsAdam Kennedy Photography
Give your guests a gift that keeps on growing. Tiny potted succulents make especially cute rustic wedding favors for a garden or desert setting. Plant them in mini metal pails to play up the homegrown feel.
From: A Lush Garden Wedding at Nicollet Island Inn in Minneapolis, Minnesota
3. Seed PacketsHello Love Photography
Sticking to the garden theme, celebrate your growing love with seed packet wedding favors of herbs or flowers. To save, buy seed in bulk and portion out into personalized favor bags.
From: An Elegant, French Countryside-Inspired Wedding at the Topnotch Resort in Stowe, Vermont
4. Mason Jar PopcornBrittany Conner Photography
Serve up a late-night snack with mini mason jars filled with an easy-to-DIY treat like popcorn. Decorate the jars with rustic, yet romantic details like burlap, lace or jute twine.
From: A Rustic Mountain Wedding at the Barn at Chestnut Springs in Sevierville, Tennessee
5. Sweet Treats in Burlap BagsMay Carlson Fine Art Photography
Guests can’t resist a sweet snack like chocolates, candies or cookies. Present them in rustic burlap bags for a homespun touch.
From: Natural Texas Hill Country Wedding at Riven Rock Ranch in Comfort, Texas
6. Packaged PieHeather Waraksa
Nothing says homey (or delicious!) quite like a handmade pie. Package up these tiny treats yourself with this adorable mini pie box kit.
From: An Elegant, Bohemian Wedding at a Private Residence in Greenwich, CT
7. Hand Pickled VeggiesAngela King Photography
Into making your own pickles or have a favorite local brand you’d love to share? Thank your guests with some homegrown gifts labeled with a rustic kraft paper tag in the shape of a mason jar.
From: A Rustic, Country Wedding at Cedar Bend Events in Cedar Creek, Texas
8. HoneyHunter Photographic
Let your guests know you think they’re the bee’s knees by sending them home with a jar of local honey. Add these “thanks for bee-ing here” stickers if (like us) you can’t resist a good pun.
From: A Natural Elegant Wedding in North Canton, OH
9. Maple SyrupMatt + Ashley Photography
Especially appropriate for a fall wedding, local maple syrup is a sweet way to show your guests you care. Top jars or label bottles with an autumnal sticker with your names and wedding date.
From: A Homestead Wedding in Glen Arbor, Michigan
10. Cozy BlanketsJames Christianson
Hosting an outdoor ceremony or reception? Help guests stay warm with blankets they can snuggle up with during the event and at home. Stack them in rustic wire baskets for a farmhouse feel.
From: A Contemporary Mountain Wedding at The Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado
11. Potted HerbsSarah Tamagni Photography
Here’s a rustic wedding favor that smells as gorgeous as it looks. Pot up some fragrant herbs in mini watering cans to go along with a romantic garden theme.
From: A Rustic Outdoor Wedding With a Touch of Sparkle at Gale Vineyards in Durham, California
12. Good Luck HorseshoesJackie Cooper Photography
Show your guests how fortunate you are to have them share in your wedding day by sending them off with this classic symbol of good luck. Bonus points if you actually have horseshoe pits set up at the reception for a friendly game.
From: A Chic Outdoor Wedding in Santa Ynez, CA
13. Rosemary Olive OilThe Grovers
If you and your partner love cooking up a homemade meal together, share a taste of your hobby with some herbal-infused olive oil. You can even go the DIY route and pour your own creation into mini swing-top bottles.
From: A Rustic, Romantic Wedding at Shady Canyon Golf Club in Irvine, California
14. Teacup Candlesonelove photography
Mismatched teacups provide the perfect vintage vessels to give a whole new meaning to the word tealight. To make your own, shop flea markets, thrift stores and antique shops to find a good assortment and simply fill with tiny votives.
From: A Chic, Eclectic DIY Wedding at The Holly Farm in Carmel, California
15. Pretty PackagingThe Nichols
We know, it’s what’s inside that counts. But when it comes to decorating favors with a rustic theme, the packaging can be just as important. No matter what you plan to give your guests, this vintage-inspired wrapping kit will dress it up in style.
From: An Elegant, Spanish-Inspired Wedding at Villa Del Lago in Austin, Texas