The Jaclyn Elizabeth Events team is working on a destination wedding that will take place in Mexico this November. Because we're so beach-involved, we wanted to share with you some beach wedding favors. Also, what a better way to get you thinking summer (or spring) than with beach-themed ideas!
Destination weddings can be tough to plan - but definitely a good time. Some couples prefer to celebrate the whole event with just a small group of friends and family at the destination of their choice; others choose to celebrate with a destination ceremony and hometown reception. Either of these choices are great - but one thing to keep in mind: Make sure you show the guests who attend your destination wedding how much you appreciate them taking time out of their lives to spend days with you and your hubby or wife-to-be. Just as you should for those guests who travel across states to celebrate.
Here are some favors that your guests can enjoy for your destination beach wedding!
Love these sailboat place card holders - which double as a nice keepsake for your guests! Photo via Beau-Coup
These are adorable for a beach wedding! Something your guests can enjoy long after the wedding! Photo via Wedding Favors-Smart
Another creative Martha Stewart idea! These little pails are so cute...
Another great, reusable gift for your guests. If you're guest lists is on the smaller side, or you have a rather large budget to spend on favors, personalizing them for your guests would be cute! Photo via The Knot
I love these little beach chair place card holders. Another cute little keepsake! Photo via Beau-Coup
Playing cards - a definite asset to any vacation and destination wedding! I love the floral design and colors of these! Photo via Beau Coup
These are cute for your beach-themed wedding. Photo via Wedding-Veil.com
These are just a few ideas if you're planning a destination wedding. Of course there are SO MANY great ideas for favors out there, we can't feature them all! If you have some favors you'd like us to feature, e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.