30 Rustic Wedding Favors That Tie Into Your Shabby-Chic Theme
We're picturing reclaimed wood, burlap table runners, eucalyptus floral arrangements (in mason jars, of course) and hundreds of fairy lights—sound like your dream rustic wedding? Then you'll need some cute rustic wedding favors to match! Say "hello" to your shoppable guide of shabby-chic wedding favors perfect for a country- or mountain-themed wedding.
Wedding favors are a hot topic right now, with many couples wondering if they should spend the money to have them. Our stance? Thoughtful, on-theme party favors that let guests take the magic of your special day home with them are absolutely worth it. And rustic wedding party favors guests will actually want (and use) don't have to break the bank. You could even get creative with rustic wedding favor ideas that double as decor to save a little money.
If you need help choosing how to show your guests a little appreciation for celebrating with you, start scrolling. From personalized seed packets to cute jars of honey, these are the best party favors for a rustic wedding.
1. Custom Mason Jars
Naturally, we're starting off with the go-to rustic wedding decor idea since the early 2010s: mason jars! Guess what? They're a charming and practical wedding favor too—after all, drinkware always comes in handy. These glass mason jars can be personalized with small designs and sayings alongside the couple's names and wedding date.
2. Custom Marshmallow S'more Kits
You can find the coolest party favors on Etsy, including custom marshmallows (we're obsessed)! These campfire treats are stamped with—you guessed it—mason jars and your names in edible ink. You can purchase just the marshmallows or have the seller make s'more kits. It's simply the best mountain-themed wedding favor that's guaranteed to get eaten. Keep in mind: These rustic wedding favors have a two-week lead time prior to shipping.
3. Mountain Matchboxes
There are so many good puns to print on personalized matchboxes, from "it's a match," to "your presence warms our hearts," to "light of my life." These mountain-scene matchboxes are cute rustic party favors for a lakeside wedding. Plus, you can buy them in bulk.
4. Antler Bottle Openers
Hosting a woodland wedding? A bottle opener intricately detailed to look like an antler will be a rustic wedding favor no one will leave behind. Hand them out at the bar or place one at everyone's seat with a little thank-you card.
5. Whiskey Nips with Personalized Labels
According to almost every country song ever, whiskey is the drink of choice for a Western-themed wedding. So, give all your 21-and-older guests a mini bottle of Jack to get the party started. Better still, snag these personalized labels to make them unique to your special day.
6. Personalized Tote Bags
If many guests are coming from out of town, surprise them with a wedding welcome bag in their hotel room. Start with a cute bag like this personalized canvas tote. It features the location of your nuptials along with your names and wedding date. You can even change the color of the handle and font to match the rest of your decor. Note: It's best to buy these rustic wedding favors in bulk for a discounted price.
7. Lavender Bar Soaps
Next, fill the wedding welcome bags with some luxe toiletries to make your guests feel more at home. This homemade lavender-scented soap is beautifully packaged in a white box with real dried lavender flowers. Add a personalized tag with a message as simple as "thanks y'all" to let your guests know you value their presence.
8. Personalized Hand Sanitizers
Bottles of hand sanitizer are great additions to welcome bags and they can certainly fit your rustic theme. These can have personalized labels in various designs, including wood, wildflowers, forest animals and mountainscapes. Once you find one you like, just add your wedding details.
9. Loose-Leaf Tea Tubes
Help guests enjoy one of life's simple pleasures: curling up with a comforting mug of tea. These creative rustic wedding favors place either chamomile, jasmine or mallow tea leaves in glass test tubes closed with a cork. The seller even prints off custom cards and neatly ties them onto each favor with twine for a rustic finish.
10. Custom Honey Pots
Your guests are the bee's knees; thank them for celebrating with you with these honey wedding favors. They're adorable mini glass jars of pure clover honey with custom labels that read: "meant to bee." Add honey dippers for even more cuteness.
11. Personalized Wooden Bookmarks
Did you and your partner bond over a love of reading? Give your guests an inside look at your relationship with these personalized bookmarks. Best of all, the wood construction matches your rustic aesthetic. Bonus idea: Pair it with your favorite books (shop second-hand for a discount) for couples to take home and enjoy.
12. Flannel Blankets
If you're hosting a fall or winter wedding—especially one that's outdoors—then these fleece blankets are a rustic-chic wedding favor idea. Place them on guests' seats at the ceremony so they can stay warm throughout the event. They come in four flannel colors, so you can grab an assortment or choose the one that fits your color scheme the best.
13. Tin Jar Candles
It's a well-known fact that everyone loves candles. These gold- or silver-hued candle tins have eucalyptus-adorned thank-you stickers personalized with your names and wedding date on the lid. You can choose from two different sizes and six different scents, including Wedding Cake.
14. Rustic Monogram Playing Cards
Playing cards are another classic wedding favor idea. This monogrammable deck features a metallic foil wood grain print and leafy twig motif to tie into your rustic wedding theme. It's a party favor adults and children can enjoy.
15. Wedding Cowbells
Fair warning: This farm-themed wedding favor might get a little annoying—but in the most endearing way possible. It's believed that ringing "wedding bells" will bring newlyweds good luck. They can also be used to encourage the couple to "kiss, kiss, kiss" at the reception. This set of 50 bronze cowbells comes with personalized cardstock tags tied with twine.
16. Lucky Horseshoes
Achieve the same sentiment as the cowbells with a quieter, but equally thematic party favor: horseshoes. These country-themed wedding favors double as placeholders. Give each guest a metal horseshoe, which symbolizes good luck and fortune. They're tied with kraft tags so you can use them to label each guest's seat at the reception or jot down a quick, personal thank-you note.
17. Engraved Wooden Coasters
What's a rustic-themed wedding without wooden accents? These square coasters crafted from Baltic birch and engraved with your names and wedding date are great wooden wedding favors. They're uniquely decorated with leafy cutouts in opposite corners for extra style.
18. Leather Keychains
If you're looking for more ways to incorporate your wedding favors into the decor, here's a clever idea: Use these leather keychains as napkin holders at guests' place settings. They're a country wedding favor your guests can actually use.
19. Personalized Wine Corks
Planning a vineyard wedding? These customized wine corks are super-convenient rustic wedding party favors for guests. Best of all, there are 11 different customizable top designs to choose from, so you can make them truly unique to your special day.
20. Owl Salt and Pepper Shakers
Who, who's getting married? You, who! If you're on the hunt for unique rustic wedding favors for guests, consider salt and pepper shakers—especially ones that fit into your wedding aesthetic. A barn wedding calls for barn owl salt and pepper shakers! Mountain lodge venue? Shop bears. Desert? Try cacti.
21. Mini Maple Syrups
You can't get more authentic than Vermont maple syrup. These individual glass jars of syrup—adorably shaped like maple leaves—will be super-sweet rustic party favors for guests. Tie them with twine and a small thank-you note for a touch of personalization.
22. Assorted Jams
Now here's a country wedding favor idea we really jam with! Bonne Maman's authentic fruit preserves will be a tasty treat for guests. Plus, the mini glass jars with gingham-patterned tops are oh-so-cute. This pack of 30 comes with apricot, orange, cherry, grape, honey and blueberry jams.
23. Personalized Seed Packets
We love a garden-themed wedding. Keep the floral accents going with personalized seed packets for wedding favors. These read: "Let love grow" alongside your names and wedding date. They come with non-GMO, open-pollinated wildflower seeds creatively displayed by a see-through cutout in the packets. It's a natural, eco-friendly wedding favor idea.
24. Bird Seed Ornaments
Help guests bring nature home with them. These ornaments are made out of bird seeds, so they can hang them outside and watch sparrows, cardinals, finches and more flock to their backyard. The seller can add a personalized tag with your initials and wedding date.
25. Sunflower Can Coolers
Can coolers are classic wedding favors for a reason. If you're having a summer wedding, koozies will keep guests' drinks cold at the reception and beyond. These are decorated with vibrant sunflowers potted in charming cowboy boots alongside personalized text. Zazzle has hundreds of other designs to shop, too.
26. Cowboy Boot Bottle Openers
No country-themed wedding is complete without a few Western boots. Guests will happily take these cowboy boot bottle openers as Western wedding favors. They have an antique-brass finish for rustic appeal.
27. Wooden Take-Home Place Cards
These wood wedding favors are personalized to each guest. Instead of traditional place cards, have everyone's name laser cut out of birchwood. Trust us, no one will leave these cute and affordable takeaways behind.
28. Woodsy Thank-You Notes
If you want to do something small for your guests, but have a limited budget, handwritten thank-you notes make inexpensive wedding favors. Though simple, they're personal gestures that'll make your guests feel seen and appreciated. This dreamy stationery design features a foil-pressed mountain scene at night. Feel free to pair each card with a larger favor for double the appreciation.
29. Musky Incense
Candles aren't the only lasting wedding favor for a rustic-themed wedding. How about sending the guests off with incense? First choose between light or dark wood for the holder, then a vanilla, lavender or musk scent. Finally, choose if you want a personalized tag on each or not. Mmm, ahh!
30. Wishing Bracelet
Did we save the best for last? Quite possibly! Guests will make a wish as they tie the bracelet to their wrist or ankle. When it eventually falls off, that means their wish will come true. It's a sweet way for guests to remember when you "tied the knot," too. Choose between either a rustic metal heart or star charm and dozens of different string colors. Each comes prepacked on a greenery-embellished thank-you card.