When those you invite to your wedding take the time to attend your Hawaii beach wedding (and also foot the bill for travel and lodging expenses), it’s nice to give out wedding favors to show your appreciation. Considering many of those who attend likely bought you a wedding gift or attended your wedding shower, wouldn’t it be nice to return the favor? Of course you don’t want to give out ink pens stamped with your wedding date – you should be a little more original than that. At Hawaii Weddings, we have a few wedding favor ideas we think you’ll appreciate.

Delicate jars of jam or honey, topped with cloth, burlap, or other material and tied around the lid using hemp or other natural materials makes a charming wedding favor. Consider unique labels that include your wedding date, names, and a whimsical message such as “Spread with Love.”

Tiny clay flower pots packed with soil, a little greenery, and a packet of wildflower seeds secured on a clear plastic stem such as those you find on flower arrangements at the florist. Not only do these make great favors, they also make adorable place settings at your rehearsal dinner or wedding feast!

Considering the warm (and sometimes hot) temperatures in Hawaii, a collapsible wooden fan, straw fans, or cute parasol would be a welcome gift – and help keep your guests cool during the ceremony.

What would be more suitable than flip flop bottle openers? Flip flops are definitely the shoe style of choice for the beach, and everyone needs a bottle opener. Perfect for destination and beach-themed weddings!

There are literally hundreds of wedding favors you could give your guests that won’t cost you a fortune, and that they will appreciate. Set up a candy stand with a wide assortment of hard candies, and include small bags the guests can fill with goodies to eat later. Be creative, or even make the favors yourself for a more unique, personal touch.

Considering a beach wedding this fall? Contact us at Hawaii Weddings today, and learn about all of the options available for every budget.