Unique Winter Wedding Favors to Inspire Your Big Day

Unique Winter Wedding Favors to Inspire Your Big Day

Wedding favors are the perfect way to show your guests your appreciation for their attendance at your wedding. Therefore, you will want to choose a wonderful gift to present them with. Seeing as winter is here in full force, or if you are planning ahead for a winter wedding next year, know that there are actually many favor options that can complement the season.

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Are you aware of the unique winter wedding favors that you can present to your guests?

Here at Villa Russo, we love inspiring couples who are planning their wedding. That’s why we have gathered some unique winter wedding favor ideas to inspire you. To discover what these ideas are, be sure to continue reading:

  • A Touch of Warmth. Winter is chilly! Therefore, you can warm up your guests with a throw blanket or shawl. Have your names or wedding date sewn into the fabric to add some personalization and a remembrance of your big day, and your guests will certainly appreciate this lovely gift.
  • A Sweet Treat. Everyone loves sweets! So, satisfy the guest’s sugary cravings at your winter wedding with packaged hot chocolate. Offer white or milk chocolate options, accompanied by marshmallows and sprinkles for an edible delight that your guests will love. Tea also poses as a tasty option!
  • A Winter Aroma. There are scents that will always remind us of winter. You can present personalized candles to your guests so that they will always remember your big day, as well as enjoy the aromas of the season. Pine and peppermint pose as wonderful scents for seasonal candles.

Tips for Planning a Wedding That Represents You and Your Partner

Your guests will certainly be pleased if you present them with wedding favors! These are just a few ideas to inspire yours. To book your wedding venue in Richmond Hill, please contact us here at Villa Russo. We would be pleased to be your Queens wedding venue.

 

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