New Year’s Eve Wedding Favors

A fresh beginning to a new year and a new life makes having a wedding on December 31st very meaningful.  What do you give as New Years Eve wedding favors?

1.  Personalized Shot Glasses – This is an especially appropriate favor because it involves celebration and it is customized with names of the bride and groom.  It also has a tea light included and can be used as a candle holder.   In fact, most of your guests will end up using it to hold trinkets.

2. Personalized Mint Tins – These are a fun way to allow guests to freshen their breath and have a custom favor from your reception.

3.  Personalized Wine Bottle Stoppers – Customize this favor with the name of the bride and groom.

4.  New Years Eve Cookie  Favors – These are so economical and easy to make.    You don’t have to be artistic to create sugar cookies in the shape of a triangle.   Just use a simple polka dot design , with a tassel at the top of the hat.  Wrap with a clear cello bag and tie with a ribbon.    You can even create frosting, using food coloring, to match your wedding colors.    The nice thing about cookies is that guests of all ages can enjoy them.

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Here is a video about:  How to make New Year’s theme cookies.

What not to give as New Year’s favors:

It can be tempting to go with themed favors and forgo usefulness.  Remember a favor is to thank guests for attending your wedding,  so giving practical or edible favors will be appreciate.  While the following are great additions to your party, avoid giving them as your main guest favors:   Noisemakers, flashing buttons, party hats, 2011 sunglasses, or anything that you suspect will be tosses after guests return home.

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Pat Fick December 11, 2012 at 7:29 pm

Please advise how much are the Martini Candles each.

Administrator December 16, 2012 at 6:05 pm

I am very sorry, they have been discontinued.

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