Getting hitched during the cold-winter months? Infuse some of the season’s charm with these winter wedding favors, décor accents and accessories. With Jack Frost out and about and a chill in the air, these winter-themed wedding favors bring warmth and romance to your winter event. We guarantee your guests will adore them and they won’t leave behind these seasonally-appropriate favors.
Hot chocolate is a classic pick and a fun nod to the winter season. And there are plenty of ingenious ways to serve it other than in a packet — like in an ornament, on a stick, in a test tube, or in a jar — just like these hot-chocolate kits.
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Friends and family will applaud these lovingly prepared packages of mini scones, clotted cream, and homemade marmalade as winter wedding favors.
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All Wrapped Up
Want winter wedding favors that your guests will absolutely use? Give them something that’ll keep them cozy warm throughout the wintry months, like gloves, mittens, comfy slippers, or a cozy blanket.
For those mild winter months — Place baskets of pashmina shawls in your wedding colors all through the reception venue to make sure none of the ladies feel chilly as the sun sets.
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For the colder winter months — Provide guests with warm blankets as favors in case they get chilly. Plush fleece blankets make a great thank-you present, especially if embroidered with your initials.
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Keep your guests warm the old-fashioned way — with a bit of bubbly. Opt for a crowd-pleasing assortment of mini bottles for your above-drinking-age guests. If getting married on New Year’s Eve, mini champagne bottles are a must-have. Coating the bottles in glitter adds a glamorous touch, and giving each guest a mini champagne bottle as a favor at the reception would be appreciated.
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These caramel apples with a decorative tag that says “Your friendship warms us to the core” will be a welcome treat for your guests.
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S’mores are perfect any time of year of course, but this fun winter twist requires no toasting. Wrap up bags full of s’mores ingredients with notes that read, “Sending you s’more love!”
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These sugar snowmen cookies are a crowd-pleaser for the kids attending your wedding. The snowmen are made entirely of sugar and icing. They may not be the best thing to give the kids, but they’re sure to keep the dance floor rocking all night long!
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Guests of all ages will enjoy these chocolate-covered pretzels. Pretzel rods or sticks dipped in chocolate and decorated in bride and groom attire are perfect winter wedding favors for this time of year.
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Guests will definitely adore these frosted pine cone candles and chocolate mint snowflake candies wrapped up in a box etched with a gold snowflake. These winter wedding favors are not only adorable, but practical, too.
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Homemade honey in small jars topped with burlap and twine is sure to leave your guests feeling “sweet”.
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Mini fruit preserves favors in jars with custom thank-you cards attached with baker’s twine and presented in vintage soda crates are fitting for the cold season.
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Prepare for the Holidays
In keeping with the holiday season, give each guest a glass Christmas ornament as a favor. These beautiful and festive ornament favors will look just as gorgeous decking your guests’ Christmas trees.