Get Inspired by These Five Meaningful Wedding Favors

Want to show your guests gratitude on the big day? Take cues from these creative keepsakes.

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Globe-trotting bride Jenna and her commercial-pilot groom Josh, who married at Fifty-Six Union on Nantucket, gifted their friends and family airplane-shaped bottle openers from Kate Aspen.

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Guests at Alice and Alex’s Linden Place nuptials took home Bulleit bourbon and rye that the couple poured, bottled, and nicknamed “Bristol Bourbon” after the location of their Rhode Island venue. The bride, a graphic designer, created the labels.

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Before their ceremony at Coonamessett Farm began, Molly and Zach offered guests a selection of vibrant flower combs and crowns created by LauraJean Floral.

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As a nod to their journey to the altar, brides Kim and Ashley used gold compasses from Weddingstar as escort cards and favors at their Nantucket Hotel + Resort wedding.

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For loved ones attending their State Room celebration, Maurice and Laura provided Letter + Leather luggage tags with touches of gold that matched their reception décor.

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