Inspiring Wedding Favour Ideas for
Your Winter Wedding
As the last leaf makes its journey from the
treetop to the forest floor and tiny snowflakes gently blanket the earth, your
winter wedding is firmly approaching. Whether you have chosen a sparkling winter
wonderland or a traditional holiday theme for your wedding, a final decision
lays before you; your wedding favours. There are a multitude of memorable
wedding favours that bestow a touch of elegance to your wedding.
Silver Wedding Bells
Dainty silver wedding bells make an exquisite
addition to the tables at your reception. Silver bells traditionally come
polished and may be engraved with the bride and grooms name and date of their
winter union. Place them on a delicate doily or colourful napkin that matches
your theme for some additional panache. Each time a bell rings, the married
couple is encouraged to kiss.
Ornament Place Card Holders
Ornament place card holders are a popular
choice for winter wedding favours. The ornaments may be hung during the yuletide
season for years to come. Ornaments are available in a wide array of colours to
match any wedding theme and can be decorated with a beautiful snowflake or
breathtaking winter theme. Place cards sit snuggly in the ring at the top of the
Winter Wedding Fortune Cookies
Winter wedding fortune cookies make an edible
addition to your tables and can be dipped and decorated to match your theme.
Fortune cookies provide a pleasant way for the bride and groom to share well
wishes, fortune and warm advice to their guests. Fortunes come delicately
wrapped in clear boxes or cellophane with a pretty ribbon.
Fragrant candles are a decadent way to spice
up your wedding reception. A variety of candles, tea lights and glass candle
holders are accessible to suit the fancy of the bride and groom on their special
winter day. Traditionally, candles are embossed with the name of the bride and
groom or the holders engraved.
Wedding themed snow globes are a whimsical way
to thank your guests for attending and sharing your nuptials. Snow globes may be
presented as a wedding favour only or used as a nostalgic place card holder as
well. From children to your matured guests, all are sure to delight in this gift
Mini topiaries bring elegance and a splash of
colour to tables. Browse amongst a variety of colours and flowers. Red roses are
most popular as red is the international symbol of love. Topiaries provide a
wonderful keepsake for wedding guests and make a great accent in the home
Hot Drink Winter
What is more perfect than cuddling up by the fireside with your
fingers wrapped around a hot cup to warm you? Hot chocolate especially reminds
those of winter, and with designers conjuring up various gift designs of this
favourite drink, you can find the perfect drink in the perfectly complimented
winter packaging. If youíre not sold on hot cocoa wedding favours, many of the
same designs are available in coffee wedding favours, cappuccino wedding
favours, tea wedding favours, and cocktail inspired winter wedding favour
designs which are perfect for those New Yearís Eve weddings.
Winter Scented Pine Cone Favours
Bring nature's grace and beauty to your wedding reception or
holiday event with these Winter Scented Pine Cones. Touched with faux glitter
'snow,' natural brown pine cones will sparkle under festive lighting and fill
the room with pine tree, cinnamon or cranberry spice aromas. "Winter Scented
Pine Cone" gift tags let your guests know they can take them home as keepsakes.
Personalized "Snowy Notes" Notebook Favours
You've planned the perfect winter ceremony, so finish the details
with fantastic wedding favours for your guests! These are practical and pretty,
adorned with a pretty stylized snowflake with a heart in the centre for a cozy,
romantic look. The perfect size for a purse, they make great souvenirs. Each
white notebook opens up to reveal a blank white notepad inside, and the white
retractable pen holds everything together in one place.
The tradition of giving wedding favours began
with European aristocrats. Bonbonnieres were given as a way to express gratitude
and appreciation for attendees at a wedding. Bonbonnieres were small trinket
boxes that originally contained cubes of sugar.