Although they may not be as popular as a summertime wedding, winter weddings win for their sparkling snowy backdrops and humidity-free hairstyles. But you might be stumped about how to deck out your winter wedding. These essentials will help you when it comes to décor, party favors, and more.
Looking for a quick wedding favors that guests will actually use? Hand out these personalized match boxes. Choose from a variety of wintry designs and personalize them with the details of your special day.
For the table centerpieces, you can do a lot with these vintage distressed lanterns. Add a tealight for romantic light at every table. You could even fill them with winter flowers instead.
Add a touch of snow for your winter wedding at each guest's place setting. These napkin rings feature a sparkly snowflake worthy of the best winter wonderland. You could even let guests take them home at the end of the night as a souvenir.
There's no reason why you can't have fun and play it safe at the same time. Hand out these personalized bottles of hand sanitizer to every guest. You could even keep them in bowls at the dessert or gift tables just in case anyone has lost theirs.
5. Wish Jar:
Skip the boring guestbook and go for a wish jar instead. Set up a table with these blank white hearts, a few pens, and a glass jar. Guests will fill the hearts with their best wishes for the couple to read for years to come.
A great way to add a winter flair to your table decorations is with these snowy ornament place card holders. Guests will be able to find their seats in style. Best of all, they can be used as real ornaments long after the wedding is over.
Leave these "Cheers" bottle openers at every place setting. Guests can use them to crack open bottles as they toast to the new couple. Bonus: They make great wedding favors.
Blue mercury glass tea light holders cast just the right amount of lighting for wedding reception tables. Just because it's a winter wedding doesn't mean there won't be floral centerpieces, either. Add your narcissus paperwhite and poinsettias to these tea light holders instead for gorgeous décor.
Maybe instead of best wishes or random signatures, the couple wants advice instead. Guests will fill out these "Advice and Wishes" cards to help share their marriage experience. There are prompts like "Always," "Never" and "I hope you..."
10. Sweet Favor Boxes:
Have your own party favors in mind? Though you have a great DIY wedding favor idea, you might not know what to put them in. Try these white and gold favor boxes.