By Yours Truly
Winter weddings are incredibly beautiful. If you have decided to get married during the winter months, you should purchase wedding favors that utilize themes of snow, ice and other aspects of a frosty winter.
Though winter may not be the most popular season for weddings, it can certainly make the perfect backdrop for a fabulous wedding.
Here are some top-notch ideas for winter wedding favors.
Miniature snow globes are the perfect winter wedding favor. Snow globes are pretty, fun and your guests can use them ain their homes for years to come. At futurememories.com and other websites, you can purchase these globes at very affordable prices.
Snowflakes and Icicles
Even if you aren't getting married in a snowy climate, wedding favors symbolizing snowflakes, snowmen, icicles and anything frosty make ideal wedding favors. At Truly Wedding Favors, you will find a variety of snowy favors from candles to keychains in the winter wedding favor section.
Personalized Hot Cocoa
Nothing warms you up on a cold day like a mug of hot cocoa. Give your guests a personalized package of hot cocoa mix. These packets can be designed with the name of the bride and groom, the wedding date or a customized message.
Coffee and Tea Favors
Like cocoa, coffee and tea also are terrific winter wedding favors. You can give personalized coffee mugs, tea bags or a variety of other coffee and tea related favors.
If your winter wedding is near Christmas, consider minature stockings stuffed with candy, Christmas ornaments or small wreaths. Incorporate red and green into your favors, particularly if those are your wedding colors.
An Asian Wedding Theme - The trend towards Asian weddings has attracted a dynamic and most interesting demographic because many non-Asians are opting for this theme to sanctify their wedding vows.
Green Wedding Favors - "Green" weddings are very popular right now. However, even if you are not having a completely green wedding, you can choose to give eco-friendly wedding favors.
A Fairy Tale Wedding Theme - Fantasy and fairy tales work just as well as anything else when it comes to wedding themes, but sustaining the illusion takes much wedding planning; in fact, it takes a "fairy god planner".