A while ago we talked about Fall wedding favors and accessories for your autumnal weddings. Now let’s throw a few logs on the proverbial fire and talk about winter wedding favors from our sponsor Little Things Favors. Starting with my favorite winter time treat — hot cocoa.
I love it when gothic style hits another, totally different element because the result is often a really awesome blend. Think skulls, deep red roses, a coffin card box all in a rustic cottage in a small town. This bride works in the floral industry, so she knew what she didn’t want to do. They both wanted intimate, budget-friendly, and an amazing time.
Ariel Segall aka Ariel (but not that one) appeals to our chocolate-loving, Dungeons and Dragons-playing, favor-searching crowd as she shows us how to make your own chocolate D&D dice molds.
Menus are generally boring, but often necessary if you’re having a sit-down dinner with several meal options. But for offbeat brides, it means another way to show off your creativity, of course! Here are some great ways to get creative with your wedding menus.
It’s time for the fourth installation of my favorite Little Things Favors. I’ve showed you my fave eco-friendly favors, their rock ‘n roll favors and the best in geeky favors. Now it’s time for some offbeat edible favors. -Megan