Bust out the champagne, it’s engagement party time. You’ve said “yes” to your forever partner, sent out your announcements, and now you’re ready to celebrate. All your loved ones will gather, toast to your love, and help kickstart your engagement season the right way—that’s a lot to be grateful for.
While party favors aren’t required, it might be something you want to consider. If you want to show your appreciation to those that attended your engagement party, we’re all for it. It’s never too early to show your favorite people a little love with these engagement party favors.
Engagement Party Favors Your Guests Will Love
1. Wedding Favors Luggage Tags
A luggage tag is a useful gift your guests can take with them on their world travels. It’s also a thoughtful gift for couples that love travel or for those planning a destination wedding. Adding a fun saying like “and so the adventure begins” is vague enough that it allows your loved ones to continue using their tags long beyond your engagement party.
2. Perfect Blend Coffee Bags
Maybe you and your partner met at a coffee shop. Perhaps your local brewhouse is your favorite weekend date spot. Or maybe you’re just big coffee drinkers. If any of these represent you, keep your guests caffeinated and excited for the big day to come with a “perfect blend” coffee bag. Since the bags come empty, you can fill them up with beans from a spot that’s special to you.
3. Honey Jar Wedding Favors
There is an abundance of super sweet favors you can purchase from the comfort of your own couch—oh, honey! And if you’re a lover of sugary treats, this party favor is meant to bee. These mini honey jars come with personalized labels and are filled with 2.25oz of premium pure raw clover honey.
4. Succulent Party Favors
Plant lovers, when it comes to your engagement party favors, mini succulents are the way to grow. They are the gift that just keeps giving—as long as they’re taken care of, of course. Your guests can grow at home, and your love continues to blossom.
5. Take a Shot We’re Tying the Knot
Forget the champagne. We’re celebrating with shots. These “Take a shot we’re tying the knot” shot glasses are the perfect way to toast to the newly engaged couple. The best part is that they also double as party favors your loved ones can take home with them once the celebration is over.
6. Wooden Bottle Opener Party Favor
Crack open a cold one with a personalized wood bottle opener. Custom-made with your name and wedding date, these long-lasting party favors will surely bring a smile to your guests with every drink.
7. Wedding Favors Soap
Pamper your engagement party guests with the gift of personalized soaps. With natural, dried florals and organically made soap, it’s the perfect thank-you gift that lasts. You can also take it to the next level by choosing a custom smell or flower that authentically represents your love.
8. I’ll Drink To That – Custom Wedding Can Coolers
You’re officially engaged, “I’ll drink to that”—and your guests can too with these personalized can coolers. The best part? This useful party favor doubles as engagement party decor that your guests can use time and time again.
9. S’More Love Laughter and Happily Ever After Tag
Set the mood and express your gratitude with these adorable, personalized s’more tags. If you’re hosting an outdoor engagement party with fire pits, pack your bags with graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows. What a sweet way to celebrate your engagement.
10. Rustic Jam Wedding Favors with Personalized Labels
Engagement party favors are all about spreading love, and you can do just that with mini jam jars your guests can use to spread on all their favorite baked goods. From the personalized stickers to the variety of flavor choices, Miss Shelley’s Southern Jams & Jelly are sure to add a little touch of southern charm to your event.
Celebrating with an engagement party is only one task that follows getting engaged. While you might be floating on cloud nine, there’s still a lot of work ahead of you. To help kickstart your planning journey and make the most of your engagement, check out these things you should do right after saying “yes.”