Delicious Seasonal Treats
From Christmas sweets to New Year's cocktails, winter is definitely the season for a little dietary splurging. These white chocolate dipped Oreos topped with crushed peppermint will delight your guests.
Firestarter in a Jar
Your wedding day is one of the most romantic days of your life. With these adorable firestarter kits, your guests can have their own romantic evenings in front of a crackling fire with their sweeties.
Cute Cookie Cutters
One of our favorite things to do during winter is to bake sugar cookies. Give a cookie cutter that fits into your winter theme as a charming seasonal favor.
Unscented Lip Balm
During cold and dry winter weather, your lips can get really chapped. Particularly if you have a mountain wedding, make sure to give your guests a lip balm (unscented so that the fellas can enjoy, too) to keep them comfortable.
Pine Tree Seedling
Your guests can grow their very own Christmas tree with evergreen seedling favors. For a rustic winter wedding, wrap them up in burlap and plaid ribbon or in weathered vintage crates (as shown here).
Gourmet Hot Chocolate
Hot cocoa is pretty much the best winter beverage ever (with or without a spash of Kahlua). Buy these hot chocolate mix favors in different flavors like cinnamon, s'mores, or peppermint.
Festive Favor Box
If you are planning on giving your guests candy for their favors, why not wrap them in a festive box, such as this option adorned with a pretty snowflake?
Winter Scene Votives
Candlelight's glow is about more than pretty lighting. It can actually help our mood during dreary winter days. These etched votive holders are the perfect way to thank your guests for venturing out in the snow.
Fun Confetti Popper
Whether your wedding is on New Year's Eve or not, guests will love these confetti popper favors. Even though many couples use these for their reception exit, you can hand them out for guests to use when celebrating a big moment of their own.
Handy Hangover Kit
Speaking of NYE, if your wedding served plenty of champagne and cocktails, hand these handy hangover kits to your guests as you send them back to their hotel in a taxi.