Seven Wedding Gifts Made Locally in Utah

Instead of the typical flask or robe, give your wedding attendants one of these fabulous thank you gifts with regional panache.

Forget store-bought wedding gifts made in factories across the globe, there are plenty of talented craftsmen right here in the beehive state that make unique one-of-a-kind party favors. Maybe you’d like to shower your attendants with luxurious layers to keep them warm during your winter ceremony, or just want to share the love for locally-made spirits and goods. However your choose to thank your guests, these seven locally-made gifts are perfect for any Utah wedding.

Wedding Gifts Utah

Olive & Cocoa’s lightweight cashmere poncho. Chic over everything from skinny jeans to a cocktail dress. $188, arrives gift wrapped.

Wedding Gifts Utah

Hand-sanded and kiln-dried Montes Doggett charcuterie boards from O.C. Tanner Jewelers. $89 to $130, SLC.

Wedding Gifts Utah

Pendleton Zion National Park wool blanket. Pure virgin wool woven in the hues of Southern Utah’s iconic red rock desert. $269 to $319.  

Seasonal gift sets from Salt Lake City-based Bitters Lab. A sample of six seasonal and classic bitters flavors like burnt honey & hops and plum & oak. $80.

Wedding Gifts Utah

Spirit of the Desert candle will remind them of Utah’s red rock splendor each time it’s lit. $34, (Ten meals are donated to the Utah Food Bank with every candle sold.), Indigo Highway, Park City.

Wedding Gifts Utah

High West Distillery’s Campfire whiskey, a slightly smoky blend of scotch, bourbon and rye whiskeys best enjoyed “with old friends and good-looking strangers.” Starting at $19, High West General Store, Park City.

2.5” Bird and Trout knife with a hand-carved handle that comes in four color combos. Includes a full-grain leather sheath. $219, New West Knifeworks, Park City.

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Melissa Fields
Melissa Fields is a wife, mother, freelance writer, editor and—since the moment she migrated to Utah from Michigan more than 25 years ago—a huge fan of the Wasatch Mountains. A few of the outlets Melissa writes and edits for include Salt Lake Magazine, Park City Magazine, Utah Bride & Groom Magazine, and When not wordsmithing at her laptop, Melissa spends her time volunteering, hiking, pedaling, skiing, rock climbing and playing her guitar.