Top 5 rustic wedding favors from Little Things

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I know that we have tons of woodsy, Earthy and rustic-type brides from the number of amazing farm weddings and heavenly forest weddings that are submitted. That's why I'm positively certain that you guys are gonna really like these rustic wedding favors from our sponsor Little Things Favors. Much like we did with Little Things' edible, eco-friendly, geeky and rock 'n' roll favors, here is a roundup of our top five rustic wedding favor favorites…



These antique key bottle openers are both practical AND affordable. You could leave them on the table with a name tag tied on 'em to act as place cards. Or, they even look great in the box with the old-timey fonts! I'm thinking perfect for a vintage-style wedding, or even a Steampunk jam.

Remember when Ang had all that trouble with her cake balls? Little Things has got your balls covered (snarf!!!) with these adorable apple brownie bites!

So, I'm thinking that these mini metal watering cans would be great for wedding favors, centerpieces, or even bridal showers. It's just insanely perfect for farm weddings.

I love these tree design boxes. Something about them reminds me of a twee indie movie… am I alone on this? Either way, these would make quite an impact as favor boxes, or you could even use them to hold your rings.

Let's end this roundup on something sweet — personalized strawberry jam pots. These would be great for, not only farm weddings and outdoorsy weddings, but also brunch weddings especially. And for as low as $24.75 for twelve, they're super affordable.

So, if you've decided that you want to have wedding favors, Little Things has got you MORE than covered on that end. But there's so many more awesome rustic and vintage-style… well… THINGS over at Little Things. We're talking, mini lanterns, hay bale place card holders, even a birch canoe ring pillow alternative! If you're having a rustic or vintage or Earthy or woodsy-style wedding, you MUST click here to explore your options.

  1. I really like Little Things… I used them to get a crapload of fans (outdoor summer ceremony with little shade = fans would be a nice thing to give guests!), as well as some great cosmetics bags and other random small things. Everything came timely and in different packages as things were available, and I have absolutely nothing bad to say about my experience.

    They also have an "under $1" section and a "practical favors" section — perfect for us frugal brides who hate useless figurines. :)

    My recommendation — sometimes they have free shipping sales. Try to save your shopping for when those sales come around. :)

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  2. Oooh, I love the key bottle openers. I would have totally gone with those if I had known about them before the wedding!

    Our wedding was steampunk themed, so they would have been great!.

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  3. My boy and I are having a "Wedding Jam" themed wedding. He is a bluegrass musician who is pretty well known in the grass groups so our favor is going to be wedding jam. Homemade jam!

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  4. What awesome idea! I'm going to have to agree with Morgan on using some of these ideas in my home.

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  5. Really want the bottle openers .. going for a tea-party/Alice in wonderland/slightly steampunk affair. If only I can find them in the UK *googles frantically*.

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  6. I absolutely love the key bottle openers! They can be favors for so many different events/parties! And those little jam jars are adorable! Gives me inspiration to make my own jam/preserves and just buy the mini jars!! I'm vegan/organic so it would make more sense to make my own!! Such great ideas!!! Thanks for posting this!!

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