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Creative Winter wedding favors that your guests will love!

This winter, you and your partner are going to recite your vows, forever place wedding bands on each other’s fingers, and seal the deal with a passionate kiss. Your loved ones will gather to witness such a touching moment in your life and show you their support for your happy marriage. Everyone will dance, eat cake, and be merry on this romantic occasion.

You can provide a little thank you for your guests, as they have surely come from near and far just to be with you on your special day. While you may be sending a “thank you” card after your big day, you can do a little something extra for them by providing a wedding keepsake.

Here at I Thee Wed, we want you to be able to communicate your gratitude to your loyal guests. That’s why we have put together a few tips to help you supply creative Winter wedding favors that your guests will love. If you want to show your appreciation, be sure to continue reading for some great ideas:

·         Chocolates. Chocolates are almost always a great idea for any gift. These sweet treats make an exceptional gift for all ages as they indulge the sweet tooth and provide a happy feeling. You can even put a wintry twist on it by creating snowflake molds for your sweet treats. Your guests will even be able to grab a few chocolates as they leave and tuck them away for a rainy, or snowy day.
·         Citrus marmalade. If you are looking for a welcoming gift that gives your guests a taste of home, you can provide adorable mini jars of citrus marmalade. You capture the taste of the season within the treat and offer your guests a warming piece of home. You can even complement the colors of your wedding with a ribbon tying off the top of the jar.
·         Soy candles. Candles are such a romantic item. Their flame dances across the walls, keeps the mood lighting at a perfect dimness, which certainly lures you in. You can capture the crisp element of Winter with soy candles in scents such as spiced plum, pine, or honey and pear. Your guests will be reminded of your magical day every time they light their keepsake candle.

A keepsake is a delightful way to offer your guests a “thank you” for showing their support on your big day. Here at I Thee Wed, we want to help you plan your wedding day to be better than you ever hoped it would be. If you are ready to start planning your great Cincinnati area big day, be sure to contact us today. 

Photo Credit: JMM Photography


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