Southern Wedding Favors

We're in the midst of designing our new mag (yay!) and we couldn't be more excited!  We're on the hunt for the most fabulous Lowcountry weddings from Hilton Head, Charleston and Myrtle Beach to grace the pages of our inaugural editions, so vendors...make sure to submit your weddings by July 19th!  In the meantime, as we slave away with the hopes of bringing you all that and a little more, Sessalee is joining us with a roundup of our favorite Southern wedding favors...

Tired of the typical organza of colorful mints and bubbles as wedding favors?  Wondering what the latest trend is in wedding favors? Well, here at A Lowcountry Wedding we have you covered! Here are some great ideas for wedding favors that aren’t so common.

flip flop wedding favors

Don’t give your guests an excuse for not hitting the dance floor. Giving flip flop as a wedding favor will make any one want to kick their heels off and dance!

charleston wedding favors

A soundtrack of the songs played during the reception make a unique wedding favor. Not to mention, super easy to personalize!

charleston wedding hot sauce favors

Keep your wedding hot and spicy by providing a personalized bottle of hot sauce!

southern wedding favors hot boiled peanuts

Put a little South in their mouth with some good ol' hot boiled peanuts!

hilton head wedding favors, tissue boxes

This could be a necessity for any wedding. Who doesn’t tear up (even just a little) during a wedding? Personalized tissues make a creative wedding favor!

myrtle beach wedding favors midnight snack coke bottles

 Send your guests packing with a midnight snack, complete with every Southerner's favorite bubbly beverage.

caramel apple wedding favors

Dipped caramel/chocolate apples make a yummy treat for your guests to take home and enjoy.

lowcountry wedding favors, popcorn

 How about a little popcorn treat to satisfy your guests salty craving?  Or maybe get creative with a few different flavors.  Kettle corn, anyone?

praline wedding favors

Praline wedding favors, now that just screams Lowcountry! Make this southern favorite a delicious wedding favor.