Merry & Bright
Combine freshly cut pine branches with this DIY soy candle for a winter-scented wedding favor or centerpiece.
Hit the Slopes
For an easy guest book alternative, grab a pair of old skis or find a wooden pair for everyone to sign. If you two are avid skiiers, this will make a memorable addition to your home.
A Classic DIY
Paper snowflakes are a simple and versatile craft to make around the holidays. Cut out snowflake patterns to use for garland or this unique table runner.
Let It Glow
For something more intricate, try this winter take on paper lanterns. This glowing winter scene adds elegance to any tablescape.
If you're hosting a bridal shower around Christmas, an ornament crafting station is a great activity to keep everyone entertained. You can even use this idea for the kids' table at your wedding reception.
Cocoa & Cocktails
And for the adults, create a stylish hot chocolate bar featuring some boozy options. Take it a step further by adding enamel mug favors for everyone to sip on during and after the wedding.
Send your guests home with these DIY snow globe ornaments, or hang them on a tree for a festive seating chart.
If you prefer winter DIY ideas sans the typical snowflake themes and motifs, try creating this macrame backdrop for your photo booth.
Celebrate the winter wonderland (minus the freezing temps) with these snow covered pinecones. Gather them in a planter box for a centerpiece that glistens just like the new snowfall.
If you want a little more sparkle, deck the halls with DIY glitter deer head art. Use it to decorate the mantlepiece in your home or on your welcome table.
For easy DIY ideas, get inspired by this tablescape to create some chic rustic décor. All you need are photo frames and tree branches to create a stylish backdrop (deer optional).
'Tis the season for plenty of delicious treats. As bridesmaid gifts or holiday gifts, wrap up a few sweet snacks and mini champagne bottles for a fancy (and tasty) present.
Bottle It Up
Take a cue from Buddy the Elf and send your guests home with one of the four main food groups: maple syrup. All you need are some adorable bottles and your favorite recipe.
For an eco-friendly favor, send your guests home with evergreen tree seedlings. You can purchase burlap tree kits with step-by-step instructions for planting, or create your own seed pots out of common materials like newspapers.
Frosted to Perfection
Using a cake pop, you can create a custom cake topper like this one to match your theme.