28 Unique Ways to Display Your Wedding Favors
One of the main objectives of your wedding day is to make a lasting impression on your guests. Favors are a great way to do just that, but the way these keepsakes are displayed is often overlooked. If you've mapped out other big-day stations—like escort card set-ups and dessert tables—you already know that how you display certain elements is often as important as what you're presenting. At the very least, a curated favor table shows your attendees that you've thought of every last detail.
That's where the following creative and unique wedding favor displays come in. From vintage carts to repurposed ladders, there are so many different ways to present your thoughtful gifts to your guests. Best of all? These displays can be suited to any event's style. Take this white cart that Darling Found filled with macarons and Bloom + Blueprint Event Co. floral arrangements, for example. While it fit right in at the couple's Palm Springs destination wedding, it would work for just about any black-and-white-themed contemporary event.
No matter the style or season, there is certainly a favor display here that'll resonate with you. Planning a warm-weather event? A summer wedding calls for a ladder packed with seed packets for your guests to take home. If you're preparing for a winter wedding, we love an all-white indoor display topped with greenery for a pop of color. Whatever your event style, these presentations will surely please your guests. Ready to see how you can integrate one of these creative displays into your own big day? Click through to discover some of our favorite favor stations from real weddings. Since they're both easy to create and easy on the eyes, you'll definitely find one to copy.
La Bohéme Events outfitted this favor wall with a cute pun that was a hit with the wedding's guests.
A beach wedding calls for a vibrant color palette. Shindig Chic installed this favor station's backdrop of hot pink, orange, and blue tassels—they fit right into the event's tropical surroundings.
This Stylish Stems centerpiece added an elegant feel to a favor table full of classic Coca Cola bottles.
These distressed boxes, arranged by planner Chancey Charm, proved to be the perfect display for this couple's peanut brittle favors.
Pop of Color
This gorgeous overhead arrangement of pink blooms and greenery made a statement on this all-white favor display.
To emphasize their love of cooking, this couple let these jars of honey stand out on an understated wooden stand.
This duo's vintage-themed event wasn't complete without this old-world-inspired cart—provided by Unearthed Vintage—that housed their succulent favors.
For their wedding, this couple placed planted succulents on a DIY display. We also love the handwritten sign, which was also created by the bride.
Charmed Events Planning added lemons and greenery—two statement-making colors—to this silver-and-white shelved wall display.
Trick or Treat
Pop of Color
Harmony Creative Studio spruced up two wooden boards with these colorful, edible favors.
All Lined Up
Don't overthink your favor display. Anthology Floristry arranged these favors—which doubled as escort cards—in simple rows.
This bride wanted to celebrate her Greek background throughout her wedding day. That's why Sugar Rush Events dressed up this display of olive oils with a sentimental quote inspired by her heritage.
Channel this bride's DIY display by creating mini-clotheslines to hang vintage packets of seeds.
Don't limit your favors to a tabletop. This bride stacked jars of jam on distressed shelving. For even more of a rustic feel, we love the addition of the banner to the front of the table.
Southern Charm Events housed the newlyweds' favors in a repurposed hutch, effectively creating a vintage vibe at their reception.
Need a simple way to display personalized handkerchiefs for your guests? Kate & Co. hung these keepsakes from clotheslines.
To display her fresh succulent favors, this bride chose to set them on a table that would highlight their vibrant hues.
A wedding should celebrate you and your partner's love from the ceremony to the reception. To do this, planner Holly Fowler decorated this favor table with sentimental photos of the couple.
Heavenly Blooms fixed arrangements of white garden roses to this distressed bookcase. The décor recalled the event's vineyard venue.
If you're searching for an unexpected way to display your favors, look no further than this wheelbarrow. It was an appropriate choice for the newlyweds' seed favors.
Looking for a way to add some dimension to your favor table? This couple repurposed mini-steps and placed tiny potted succulents on each tier.
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