Planning A Holiday Wedding
It is the most wonderful time of the year! Is there a more romantic time to celebrate a couple's wedding then a Christmas or New Year's holiday wedding? How about the romance of Valentine's Day or the tradition of an Irish wedding on St. Patrick's Day? Holiday weddings can be magnificent, but do require some special planning.
Christmas Wedding Favor Ideas -
Cinnamon Stick Favors - Tie 2 or 3 cinnamon sticks together with Christmas ribbon. Tuck in a sprig of holly beneath ribbon. Christmas Wedding Favor Ornaments - Buy or make your own Christmas ornaments. Place in a circle of red, green or white tulle. Tie up with Christmas ribbon. More Christmas Favor Ideas
Valentine's Day Favors -
Favors don’t have to be large or expensive. Some are elegant, some are practical and some are just plain fun. Choose a favor that reflects your wedding theme in some way. Hershey Hugs Kisses Favors - Place 2 Hershey Kisses and 2 Hershey Hugs chocolates in tulle. Sprinkle some heart shaped confetti inside. Gather top and tie off with a red ribbon and tag: “Hugs and Kisses, from the Mr. and Mrs.” More Valentine's Day Favor Ideas
Holiday Wedding Invitations -
It is a great idea to send out 'Save The Date' cards to people you are inviting to your holiday wedding. These pre-wedding invitation cards should be sent out at least two months prior to the mailing of your invitations. The advance notice will allow invitees to make their holiday plans in advance around your wedding date.
Before you make a final decision on a winter wedding, you should be certain that it is the right season for you. If you dislike snow, you might want to think about a wedding in the fall, or even the spring when the weather is milder. If you're planning for an outdoor wedding, winter is not the best choice.
New Years Eve Wedding Favors -
Champagne Wedding Favors Give your guests small bottles of champagne with personalized printed labels. Noise Makers and Party Hats - Write the Bride and Groom's names and marriage date on the party hats, and give blow horns and other noise makers in a small gift bag.
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