April 2, 2013 | 6 Comments
Are you planning a nautical wedding? Looking for charming nautical wedding favors for guests? Look no further! Today we’ve gathered up the best nautical wedding favors like sailboat cookies, lobster buoys, coastal coasters, nautical knot wine bottle stoppers, and more for a perfectly themed wedding. Read on to be inspired…
Nautical Wedding Favors: Top 10
1. Nautical Chocolate Covered Cookies
Who doesn’t love an edible favor? These nautical chocolate covered Oreos look oh-so-sweet by Le BonBon.
2. Buoy Nautical Wedding Favors
These buoys can be used as ornaments or coastal decor after the wedding.
3. Nautical Wedding Coaster Favors
Guests will love to re-use these nautical coasters after the big day! Handmade by My Little Chickadee Creations.
4. Nautical Knot Wine Stoppers
Nautical knots are charming atop wine stoppers, like these we spotted at Karens Wedding Shop.
These unique compasses can include these custom escort cards for two wedding must-haves in one! By Laura Hooper Calligraphy.
6. Nautical Wedding Favor Bag
Fill candy bags with favors, like these hand-stamped with anchors and your initials by Clementine Weddings.
7. Anchor Soap
Anchor soaps by Latika Soap make a beautiful favors guests will surely take hope + enjoy.
8. Crab + Lobster Lollipops
Go sweet with these crab and lobster themed lollipops by A Pocketfull of Sweets.
9. Lighthouse Ornaments
These beautiful hand-painted lighthouse ornaments are by Dab Hands and guests will enjoy them for years to come.
10. Lobster Buoys
And, last but certainly not least, these lobster buoys make excellent wine bottle charms. By Beth’s Craft Room.
If you’re planning a nautical wedding, you’ll also love this, these, and this charming find. Check out these nautical boutonnieres for groomsmen and send guests these invitations. Finally, we love these earrings from The Marketplace where you’ll find TONS of handmade wedding finds!
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