Wedding Table Favours For The Seasons
It is very important when choosing your wedding table favours to consider the time of year at which you intend to wed. If you are marrying on a cold winter's day, then summertime wedding favours would look way out of place. Equally, if you are getting married in warmer climes, Christmas wedding favours would look totally inappropriate.
If you are planning a wedding in between seasons, then you are best to play safe and go for a non-seasonal heart wedding favour.
The winter is a magical time of year to get married and when better to tie the knot than around Christmas time. The bride's dress will no doubt be adorned with pearls and crystal and her bouquet will be fragrant with deep red roses. The floral centrepieces can too contain deep red roses and be completed with dark green ivy, pinecones and gold ribbon. Holly also makes a perfect piece of winter greenery to encompass within the floral arrangements.
The reception can then reflect this cosy theme with a range of wedding table favours. You may wish to present your guests with a candle wedding favour enclosed in a gold, silver or bronze organza bag. Some brides are going for personalised wedding table favours to give a modern twist to a rather antiquated tradition. These come in a range of forms from personalised chocolate bars to boxes tied with personalised ribbon.
These are such a popular choice as the bride, groom and wedding date are printed on them. Alternatively, you may go for Christmas wedding favours to really set off the Christmas theme of your wedding. You could present guests with snowflake glass coasters, personalised Christmas mint tins, Snowflake cascade bath confetti or tree-shaped cookie favours.
Alternatively, you could keep your wedding table favours within the Christmas theme by using heart wedding favours and finishing them with green, red or gold ribbons. A touch of class!
Summer is still a very common time of the year to get married - depending on where you live. There are many countries of the world that are too hot in the summer months for a big wedding, but if you live in the UK, this could be the only time of year that it doesn't rain!
Bridal gowns and men's suits will be lightweight in material, and floral arrangements will be in pinks, purples and yellow. Wedding table favours may be in the form of pretty favour boxes tied with pink ribbons and flowers or organza bags filled with pretty almonds.
Don't forget that chocolate and candy are probably not wise choices for this time of year. You could also complement your table settings by using place card holders, such as the summer series of handpainted handbag place card holders. After the big day, guests can use these as photo holders. Maybe you could bring out your romantic side and opt for heart wedding favours that can then be teamed with summery coloured ribbons?
Whatever you choose for your wedding table favours, think very carefully about your colours and the time of year so that everything matches. You don't want to be remembered for a disorganized and mismatched wedding reception now do you?
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