Winter weddings are glamorous affairs. It may be cold outside, but your wedding will be warm all while reflecting the beauty of the season. Whether you have your ceremony outside on a snow covered land or keep everything indoors, you can always make your wedding as magical and dreamy as a snowfall itself.
Popular color schemes for winter weddings include icy blues, sparkling silvers and snowy whites. If your scheme is any of the above or even a combination of the three, finding winter wedding favors to match is a simple task. The selection of winter favors is immense, with everything from snowflakes to more holiday-inspired favors like nutcracker place card holders.
Another popular color scheme for winter weddings is a Christmas inspired palette, with reds and dark greens highlighted with silver and/or gold. Your bridesmaids will look lovely in red – it is a warm, inviting color – during these chilly months. Have your tables adorned with poinsettias in red or white and use accents such as ornaments as place card holders and favors for your guests.
You can’t go wrong with snowflake favors. After all, winter means snow! Create a romantic glow at your event by displaying snowflake candle holders with tea lights inside: you can opt for snowflake shaped glass tea light holder or a votive with snowflake cutouts – the light from the candle will shine through the designs. Another great winter favor idea is snowflake ornaments. Display them by hanging them on horizontal branches or even an elegant crystal tree. You can even find snowflake place card frames, tie strings to them and hang them that way too.
Crystal favors – even if they’re not winter inspired – are another great winter favor idea. Crystal favors look beautiful when displayed out of the packaging, since the right lighting will make them sparkle and shine. Angel favors are also a popular winter favor. From choice crystal angels to generously sized ornaments, you’d be surprised at the vast selection of angel favors available today. Angels are a popular choice because of their meaning and because they aren’t necessarily religious in nature. For example, you could give each guest a “guardian angel” to take home and keep watch over them.