This is a practical gift for your guests that will not only remind them of your special day for years to come, but also keep their drinks cold. Cheers!
Cork key ring
This one is perfect for cottagers who love to sit on the dock with a glass of wine. Collect all of those corks you've popped over the years (or contact local restaurants if you've been tossing them) and head to the dollar store for the hooks and key rings.
By handing out treats from local shops, like honey, jam, fudge, or truffles, you can be sure your wedding favour is unique from friends who have held their weddings in the city. It's also a great way to promote local businesses.
A must-have at the cottage, you can personalize the box or container of matches with a simple but elegant tag featuring your names and the date of the ceremony.
What says cottage quite like s'mores? A kit like this is inexpensive, easy to put together, and will surely be be a hit with all of your sweet-toothed guests.
This favour has become quite popular, whether it's a cottage wedding or not. It's ideal for the couple that wants to give back to the land that has given them so much. And, for those hosting a cottage wedding, that includes the gorgeous setting for their big day.
We know some cottagers who tap their own trees for maple syrup. If you're one of them, this is a great way to give a gift with a special personal touch.