Predicted Wedding Trends for 2022

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Bonbonnieres were first used centuries ago by French and Italian aristocrats. A bonbonniere is a porcelain or crystal box containing sweet, sugary delicacies, and these gift-wrapped confections are where modern day wedding favors stem from.

1. Bonbonnieres

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As wedding favors continued to evolve throughout history, confectioners eventually started making candied almonds to share at momentous occasions such as weddings. Often brightly colored and wrapped in sugar or another 

2. Jordan Almonds

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sweet outer layer, Jordan almonds are a marker of traditional wedding favors.

2. Jordan Almonds

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The tradition of handing out wedding bells to wedding guests is customary in Irish weddings and still makes a lovely wedding favor to this day.

3. Wedding Bells

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If you’re hosting an outdoor or garden-themed wedding, small jars of honey make the perfect wedding favor. Bonus points if it’s locally sourced!

4. Honey Pots

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Treat your guests to something sweet with mini jam jars. Personalize the jar labels and finish them off with some twine or a ribbon for a decorative touch.

5. Mini Jam Jars

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If you’re hosting a rustic-inspired wedding, spice up the rustic elegance with mini barbeque sauce favors.

6. Barbeque Sauce

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If your wedding crowd loves a good party, send your guests home with a miniature cocktail kit to keep the party going. Personalize them with your favorite liquors or even some locally made spirits for a special touch.

7. Mini Cocktail Kits

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Mini champagne bottles match the spirit of celebration at your wedding—send guests home with their own mini bottle of bubbly to show your thanks.

8. Champagne Bottles

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There’s something special about homemade canned goods, and if you’re a pickle fanatic, you’ll love gifting your guests with a homemade snack to take home with them.

9. Homemade Pickles

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If you couldn’t decide on what desserts to serve at your wedding, using bite-sized pies as your wedding favors means no dessert gets left behind!

10. Bite-Sized Pies

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To play up the sweetness factor at your wedding, jars of maple syrup are a unique gift your guests are sure to enjoy.

11. Maple Syrup

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If your outdoor wedding features a campfire, gift your guests with DIY s'mores kits and end the night with your loved ones gathered around the campfire.

12. DIY S’mores Kit

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You can have cookies decorated in just about any design you can think of, and using themed cookies as your wedding favors is a sweet way to show your guests your appreciation.

13. Themed Cookies

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Simple but elegant, sachets of loose leaf tea are a unique way to show your guests your thanks.

14. Loose Leaf Teas

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If you’re hosting your wedding in the fall or winter season, hot chocolate kits are a great way to add a sense of warmth to your event.

15. Hot Chocolate Kit

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A batch of personalized mints is a simple but thoughtful wedding favor your guests will appreciate, and they can be easily displayed by the bar or reception tables.

16. Mints

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Your guests will appreciate the subtle scents of your favorite handmade soaps, and you can customize your labels for a personal touch.

17. Handmade Soaps

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Hand sanitizers make an easy and functional wedding favor amid COVID-19 that your guests are sure to appreciate.

18. Hand Sanitizers

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Send your guests home with bath bomb wedding favors to help them wind down after a night of celebrating your special day.

19. Bath Bombs

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Treat your guests to a spa treatment at home with jars of sugar scrub.

20. Sugar Scrub

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Perfect for winter weddings or weddings hosted in a colder climate, your guests will thank you for this wedding favor.

21. Lotion Jars

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Give your guests something to soak their feet in—they’ll need it after dancing the night away! Bath salts look lovely when packaged in clear jars, which you can further personalize in whatever way you fancy.

22. Bath Salts

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If you’re throwing a destination wedding, or even just hosting your wedding in the hot summer months, keep your guests protected with some personalized sunscreen bottles.

23. Mini Sunscreen

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Whether you DIY them or order them premade, message-in-a-bottle favors add the perfect touch to a beach-themed wedding. Fill each bottle with sand and miniature seashells, along with a sweet note inside commemorating your special day.

24. Message in a Bottle

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If you have a flair for the creative, consider creating custom stickers for your wedding favors. Add an illustration of you and your honey or even your pet—the sky’s the limit with this fun favor idea!

25. Custom Stickers

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If you want to gift your guests something beautiful that they’ll be able to use after your wedding, a macrame keychain makes a unique and thoughtful wedding favor.

26. Macrame Keychains

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Mini watercolor prints give you the chance to get creative with your wedding favors and create a special keepsake for your guests.

27. Watercolor Prints

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Temporary tattoos are a fun and whimsical way to show your guests your thanks, and can add a sense of creativity to your wedding day.

28. Temporary Tattoos

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If you’re looking for a practical wedding favor that your guests will get some use out of, go for personalized tumblers to show your thanks.

29. Tumblers

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Use mini embroidery hoop art as wedding favors to add some artistic flair to your wedding.

30. Embroidery Hoop Art

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Take potpourri wedding favors to the next level with a potpourri station at the reception, where guests can add the herbs of their choice into personalized sacks.

31. Potpourri

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Face masks are the new norm, and weddings are no exception—so why not add some flair to them? This functional wedding favor idea is something guests can use after the wedding, and you can have peace of mind knowing you’re keeping everyone safe.

32. Face Masks

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Flower seed packets make a unique wedding favor that your guests can take home and plant themselves. You can choose whatever type of flower seeds you like, or use a variety of different flowers for guests to choose from.

33. Flower Seed Packets

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Your guests will love taking home their potted mini succulents—add in staked tags to each one, and they can double as place cards at your reception tables.

34. Mini Succulents

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Mini dried bouquets offer something beautiful for guests to take home with them, and they can even double as reception decor when placed on the table in front of each guest’s seat.

35. Mini Dried Bouquets

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This unique wedding favor will live on long after your wedding day. Give your guests a mini tree to take home and plant, along with an instruction card for how to plant them.

36. Baby Trees

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Pressed flowers are a beautiful way to show your guests your thanks, who can take home a special piece of artwork to enjoy for years to come.

37. Pressed Flower Art

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This wedding favor is the perfect way to repurpose your wedding flowers. Gather small glass vases for your wedding favors, then have someone break down your floral arrangements or centerpieces and add them to the vases for your guests to take home with them.

38. Glass Vases

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A book of personalized matches makes for useful and classic wedding favors, and the personalization options are endless.

39. Matchbooks

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If you and your honey love a good card game, create personalized decks for your wedding favors. Include instructions on how to play your favorite card game, along with a note of gratitude your guests will appreciate.

40. Playing Cards

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It’s hard to go wrong with candles, and you can choose your scents based on the season of your wedding. Earthy scents like moss and rose are perfect for spring, while scents of fir and firewood can play up the winter season.

41. Candles

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If you’re hosting your wedding in the fall or winter months, personalized mugs make a functional and on-theme wedding favor for your guests to use long after your wedding day.

42. Customized Mugs

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Give each guest a personalized shot glass, and fill them with your liquor of choice at the beginning or end of the reception and have the whole crew take a shot together. Then, they can take it home as a reminder of your wedding celebration.

43. Customized Shot Glasses

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If you’re looking to think outside the box of shot glasses and mason jars, consider copper Moscow mule mugs for a unique wedding favor guests can re-use.

44.Copper Moscow Mule Mug

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Tea towels are a unique wedding favor that can be personalized any a variety of ways. Add a special quote or personalized message, or even a printed menu if you want to incorporate them into your reception tablescapes.

45. Tea Towels

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For an eye-catching wedding favor, agate coasters are a beautiful way to express your thanks to your guests.

46. Agate Coasters

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A wine bottle stopper is a lovely wedding favor your guests will get some use out of—and the next time they open a bottle of wine and don’t finish it, they’ll be reminded of your special day!

47. Wine Bottle Stoppers

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If you’re hosting a destination wedding, custom luggage tags make a thoughtful, on-theme gift your guests will appreciate.

48. Custom Luggage Tags

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If you’re hosting your wedding in the chilly fall or winter months, personalized blankets make a special wedding favor that will keep your guests warm and cozy all night long.

49.  Blankets

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A functional wedding favor like a bottle opener is something guests will use after the big day is complete. Look for shapes and styles that match your wedding theme for a creative touch, such as pineapples or palm trees for a beachfront wedding.

50. Bottle Openers

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Mason jars are a perfectly on-theme wedding favor for any rustic-inspired wedding. Instead of gifting them at the end of the night, present them during your cocktail hour or reception for guests to use for their beverages.

51. Mason Jars

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Hosting a winter wedding during the holidays? Play off that theme with sweet ornament wedding favors, a keepsake that guests can cherish for years to come.

52. Ornaments

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Classic stainless steel cocktail shakers will remind your guests of your special day the next time they’re serving cocktails at home.

53. Cocktail Shakers

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