A Winter Themed Wedding – How To Choose Favors

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Winter themed weddings are beautiful, and can be a lot of fun. Décor can include lots of sparkles, colors like white, blue, green and red, and plenty of winter flowers and greenery. Here are some wonderful ideas for how to choose favors for your winter-themed wedding:

Think Snow for Winter Weddings

When choosing favors for your winter themed wedding, think of the season – it’s usually snowy, cold, and sparkling. Favors that feature snow are a great idea. One such favor is the Snow Flurry Flocked Glass Ornament Place Card Holder. This beautiful favor can be used to tell guests where to sit, and then can be reused by guests at home during the holidays to hold their favorite snap shots or holiday cards.

Anything Glittering or Shiny Is In

Winter weddings are the perfect time to use glittering and shiny favors. The Silver Pearl Mini Photo Frame can double as a place card holder and then can be used by guests at home. Frosted or glittering candleholders are also a great idea, as are glittering snowflake favors.


Candy favors are always in. Place peppermint candies or chocolate and mint treats inside favor boxes or bags as a sweet token of your appreciation for your guests. You can get favor boxes and bags in your wedding colors, or even personalized favor boxes that will serve as a nice memento for your guests for many years to come. Other types of candy can include white or colored Jordan almonds, small dinner mints, or coconut flaked chocolates.

Other Seasonal Favors

Winter wedding décor often involves seasonal items like pine cones, holly, and poinsettias. Consider these things when trying to choose your wedding favors. The “Falling for You” Scented Pine Cone candle is perfect as a favor for your guests, and looks great with seasonal décor. It smells like cinnamon, which is a wonderful scent for the season and for winter weddings.

When considering what kinds of favors to purchase for your winter wedding, keep these tips and hints in mind! They go great with winter wedding décor and your guests are sure to love them.