- Honey. A small jar of local artisan honey will last a long time. Guests can use it (and remember your wedding) weeks after the ceremony.
- Spice rub. Do you and your husband-to-be love barbecue? Select a favorite spice rub and make your own labels. It's a great favor for Summer weddings because guests can use it immediately.
- Pickles. Pickled vegetables, like jalapeños or carrots, are also great options.
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- Herb pot. Select your preferred herb (parsley, rosemary, thyme, basil, etc.) and plant in a miniature pot. Guests can transfer it to a larger vessel as it grows.
- Jam. Jam comes in countless flavors, so choose one that goes with the theme of your wedding. Getting married in the Caribbean? Give pineapple jam. A mountain wedding brings to mind blackberry jam, while a country-theme calls for strawberry.
- Olive oil. Although a small bottle of olive oil is on the pricier side of favors, if you're hosting an intimate wedding with a smaller guest list, it's an incredibly useful gift.
- Maple syrup. The ideal gift for the couple that loves breakfast.
- A perfect piece of fruit. A single apple, peach, or pear is a simple gift, but one that will be appreciated.
- Tea. Offer a variety of tea bag flavors and let guests pick their favorite.
- Dark chocolate bars. Who doesn't love a good chunk of chocolate?!
Did you give an edible favor at your wedding? Tell us about it in the comments below!Photos by Nashan Photographers, Carlea J Photography, Christine Chang via Style Me Pretty