Favorite Winter Wedding Favors – Part 2

Ribbon Candy

This is a treat sure to delight guests of all ages. Pick some up at your local grocery store, or if you are lucky enough to live close to a candy store, even better. Many of your guests will remember having this candy as a child. It is not only pretty yummy but a bit nostalgic as well. If you can afford to buy the old fashioned cardboard tubes, that would be a nice way to package these up. However placing handfuls of the candy in clear cellophane bags, is just as good of an idea of course tag and tie as usual. These delightfully bright treats will definitely catch your guests eye as they near the exit.

Almond Bark

We think the white chocolate almond bark with bits of peppermint added in would be a very good choice for an extra sweet at the wedding.  Not the easiest treat to make we say go ahead and buy this stuff pre-made, it’s everywhere this time of year. Package these goodies up in small boxes in your wedding colors, and accent with a bow tied in ribbon. For the holiday themed wedding, consider wrapping plain boxes in paper and adding a bow in exchange for ribbon. Nestled at each place setting these treats are sure to delight.

Candles

Okay so candles are a hit any time of the year. But the lovely glow of candle light and warmth that comes from them is a bit reminiscent of a crackling fire, a favorite winter indulgence. And the scents you can get in the winter time are hard to come by the rest of the year. Scents such as: sugar plum, Christmas tree, and apple pie all provide a warm and cozy scent. Take votive candles and place them into sheer sachets. Placing them at a separate “favor table” whether near the door or not is best for anything strongly scented.


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