When you're planning a wedding, it's the details that matter - the small things, like your invitation wording or your dessert choices, those are the things that share who you and your fiance are with the people you love. Favors, whether or not you choose to include a gift for each guest in your wedding day, are one more way to share your story. They're also a good opportunity to roll up your sleeves for a little bit of DIY wedding planning. So, without further ado, let's get down to celebrating the warm weather (and your upcoming wedding) and talk DIY spring wedding favors.
Some of the simplest DIY wedding favor projects are celebrations of this season. Everything is green and bright and new, and these favors are projects that incorporate those elements in easy and unique ways. Think small potted or boxed plants, like the daffodils below, or something truly unique like the air plants above.
Herbs (basil, mint and rosemary are pretty, great smelling and low maintenance) and succulents (also low maintenance!) are other options that are easy to find and plant.
These plantable paper hearts aren't exactly a DIY project, but the potted paper plant leaves below (which are also filled with plant seeds) would be a breeze to put together.
What better way to incorporate the new season in your wedding than some details straight from the garden? This handmade sign and wheelbarrow filled with soil would be ideal for an outdoor or country wedding.
Then there are the spring-inspired sweets. Homemade candy, personalized candy-filled treat bags, or brightly-colored French macarons, or your favorite bite-sized dessert to send home with guests as a midnight snack.
Are you planning on DIY-ing your wedding favors?