Planning a winter wedding means the addition of tons of fun additions to your menu, bar, decor and bomboniere options.
If you’re going to be tying the knot soon and need inspiration for your guest thank you gifts then look no further!
Mini Snow Globe
Snow globes are a traditional winter classic and including a picture of you and your new husband or wife along with a thank you message within one of these little globes is a great bomboniere. You can give them out one per family or one per couple since let’s face it, no one wants multiple globes!
Another great bomboniere for the winter season are scarves for everyone that attends. You can choose to go with one pattern for men and one for women, one pattern for the brides side and one for the groom or mix it up with a variety of patterns randomly chosen. If you have the budget you can also get them embroidered but an easy DIY option is to create a personalized sleeve for each and pack them yourself at home.
Cocoa to Go
What do you think about drinking when the the first snow falls? Hot chocolate with marshmallows of course! Keep the warm and fuzzy feeling going even after the wedding with a personalized jar of hot cocoa for guests to take home and make with their families. You can order these pre-made or create your own creations at home depending on how much time you have.
While candles are a great bomboniere year round, they are right on theme with a winter wedding. Choose something with winter scent like cinnamon or apple pie to really get your guests in the winter mood when they light theirs up. A simple tag can be made at home or ordered on line which can include the details of your wedding date and a special message to your guests.
Who doesn’t want to keep their hands nice and toasty as they head out to shovel the snow or perhaps ice skating with the family? A great way to keep your guests warm after the wedding and remind them of the wedding whenever they decide to use them are hand warmers. You can choose from a variety of designs for your warmers and also create or purchase labels and packaging that fits with your decor and theme.