Winter weddings have always been popular, but themed winter wedding favors are fairly new to the wedding market. For years, winter weddings did not have a large selection of winter wedding favors or snow inspired favor ideas. Brides traditionally handed out edible favors or ornaments to guests as their winter wedding favors. However, with so many new winter themed favors flooding the market in recent months, we’ve set up a list of our top ten favorite winter wedding favors for 2007.
10. Snowflake Key Chains - A snowflake theme brings shimmer and shine to any winter or holiday season occasion. Useful key ring wedding favors will bring memories of your special day storming back all year long and will be used by both children and adults. These also make great “ornaments” to dress up a centerpiece tree and are relatively inexpensive wedding favors.
9. Snowflake Bookmarks - Snow doubt about it! Snowflake design bookmark winter wedding favors will make your winter wedding or event a ball! Capturing the true beauty and shimmer of a single fresh snowflake, bookmarks are great for all ages and are also inexpensive winter favors.
8. Winter Themed Chocolate Bars - Chocolate is always a pleaser that suits everyone's tastes. These are winter wedding favors that will definitely not be left behind and are sure to sweeten your guest's day. Available in various winter themed designs, all can be personalized.
7. Winter Themed Hot Cocoa Packs - Hot cocoa / hot chocolate wedding favors are designed for enjoyment throughout the year. The Wedding Cocoa Collection™ wedding favors are a must have for anyone with a desire for a gourmet cocoa experience and wants to give out a personalized consumable wedding favor treat.
6. Snowflake Candles - Picture glittering snowflakes floating to earth from a clear-blue winter sky, and then magically becoming an astonishing winter wonderland. That dream-like image comes enchantingly alive with snowflake candle winter wedding favors, making it a “must-have” favor for any winter event. These are great for table decorations as well.
5. Snowflake Place Card Holders - Your guests will feel like they’re walking in a winter wonderland when they see snowflake design place card holders on their tables. Add seasonal sparkle to your seating assignments with charming snowflake place card holders that are also great for holding photos or notes when your guests take them home. These serve as a triple duty favor – they hold place cards, they add winter décor to your event, and your guest can take them home. Averaging about a dollar a piece, these are affordable wedding favors which are multi-taskers.
4. Snow Globe Favors - Snow globes are always a favorite with guests young and old. Snow globes are so adorable, you can't help but smile! Mini Snow globe wedding favors would be a sensation at any winter wedding. Snow globes can serve as table decorations and will be kept as keepsakes your guest will take out every season to decorate their own homes.
3. Snow Inspired Coaster Favors - Imagine a gentle snow fall on an icy-blue pond so glassy-smooth you can see your reflection, and then surround your guests with an image of the season so real, it will warm their hearts. Just place snowflake glass coasters next to each place setting and your event will glow with the spirit of the season.
2. Snowflake Ornaments - With its elegant ribbon, silver-tone, beautifully designed snowflakes becomes keepsake ornaments for your guests. Magnets on back provide an alternate way to display the ornaments for those who do not put up a seasonal tree.
1. Snowflake Bottle Stoppers - Like icicles on a crystal clear winter day, chrome snowflake bottle stopper wedding favors bring the essence of the season to any occasion. Imagine the winter wonderland created for your guests at every table when they see these beautiful and practical wedding favors just waiting to be taken home.
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