5 Fabulous Winter Wedding Favors

winter wedding favor

Looking for unique and special favors for your wedding guests this winter? Well you’re in luck!
We’ve just rounded up five of our favorite DIY winter wedding favor ideas —
from pine scented candles to homemade Kahlua there is a perfect favor for every couple.

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winter wedding favorsHOMEMADE KAHLUA
Help your wedding guests stay warm and cozy for the winter by making Kahlua wedding favors. Our kahlua recipe is easy to follow and make at home, and can be enjoyed straight-up or mixed in a cocktail.

winter wedding favorsLOVE IS BREWING
Put a personal spin on your fall and winter wedding favors by gifting coffee beans from your favorite local coffee shop. Get some laughs by packaging them in our small white tin-tie window bags, with these customizable labels that read “Love Is Brewing.” Go one step further by including information about the type of coffee beans that you are giving them. Don’t forget to include your names and a little thank you note!

winter wedding favorsDIY PINECONE SOY CANDLES
Making your own candle favors is surprisingly easy and they make a wonderful winter wedding favor that can be enjoyed throughout the season.

Looking for the perfect winter wedding favor to send home with your guests? These DIY fire starters are quirky, cute, budget-friendly and super simple to make at home. Package them in gift boxes lined with tissue paper, and add personalized wedding labels in your color and design of choice that say “Married & Bright” for a clever play on a seasonal phrase.

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Gift your wedding guests with this unique wedding favor idea – the soundtrack to your day! Do you have friends and family who are musicians? Ask them if they’d like to include a few tracks. Or if you’re playing live music, ask the artist you’re hiring if you can coordinate with them to use their CDs as favors their guests can take home at the end of the night.

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Robert Randall lives in beautiful Portland, Oregon. He is a formally trained artist and musician and teaches animation to middle school students in the Portland area. When he’s not creating art or music, Robert can usually be found in his garden and kitchen, cooking up something homegrown and delicious.

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