We’re feeling incredibly festive here at Glitzy Secrets and with Christmas just around the corner, we thought we’d treat you to a feature all about Christmas wedding favour ideas. Favours can be incredibly difficult to choose for any season. You want your wedding guests to adore them, while making sure they fit in with your theme. Luckily for you, we’ve done all of the hard work and we’ve scoured Pinterest for 10 of the most beautiful Christmas wedding favours. So, if you’re planning a festive celebration, keep reading…
Treat your wedding guests to some yummy goodies! What could be more apt for a Christmas wedding than mince pies? Tie them with a tartan or sparkly ribbon with a mini fork attached so that your guests can enjoy them after the festivities. Alternatively, you could offer gingerbread men, cookies or other delicious delights. Edible favours always go down well with guests!
Why not offer your guests tiny Christmas trees as their wedding favours? This is a lovely idea that your guests will thoroughly enjoy – they can take them home after your big day and they’ll feel like they’re celebrating your day all over again. Wrap them up in little terracotta pots or hessian bags.
Personalised Christmas tree baubles are another fab wedding favour for your guests. You could write the name of your guests on each bauble and use them as escort cards for your place settings. Offer baubles in your chosen colour scheme so that they fit in with the rest of your wedding décor.
Sparklers at weddings are hugely popular and they make fun and fabulous wedding favours for your guests to enjoy. Plus, you’ll also get some incredible wedding photographs and memories to treasure long after the day.
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Offer your guests scrumptious hot chocolate as Winter wedding favours! Serve hot chocolate powder and marshmallows in little mason jars with a luggage tag attached and pop them in each guest’s place setting. Alternatively, you could even gift your guests with a personalised hot chocolate mug!
Make sure your guests stay warm and cosy by offering them luxurious gloves, scarves or even blankets as Christmas wedding favours. They’ll really appreciate the gesture and they may even come in handy on the big day itself!
Rustic wooden tree slices are one of the most popular wedding decorations out there, but have you ever considered using them as a Christmas wedding favour? Miniature tree slices can be used as place name cards, so simply pierce a hole in the top of the slice and loop through a ribbon. It means guests can hang up their personalised tree slices as part of their home décor after your special day.
‘Tis the season to be merry, so spoil your guests with mulled wine, sloe gin or drinkable wedding favours. Make them extra personal and special by making the drinks yourselves, it’ll be a fun DIY task for you and your hubby-to-be!
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Winter is certainly the season for candles, and we hope you’ll be using them in abundance throughout your wedding décor. Go one step further by gifting your guests with a small candle as their wedding favours. Ensure it has a divine festive fragrance and your guests will adore using it at home after the celebrations are over. Plus, the scent will remind your guests of your special day.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without crackers, so why not offer your guests personalised Christmas crackers at their Winter wedding favours? You could fill them with a variety of treats and small gifts for your guests to enjoy. If you’re having children at your wedding, make some child-friendly crackers full of crayons and games.
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