Winter weddings are always fun, and filled with romanticism. For many brides, it’s a choice of temptation. Thus, planning for bonbonnieres is a great idea and loads of fun too, just like the task of choosing bridal gowns for winter wedding ceremonies is. But, do you have any idea as to which items you must consider for the list? Let’s find out the perfect way that you can thank your guests.
Winter are cold and so are the males. Thus, they have a tendency to be chivalrous at a point. It is a good idea to provide them with pashminas or blankets. Not only will these keep all the couples warm, but they’re also a favourable gift during the winter season.
Something to Sip
Energise your guests from the inside by offering them warm drinks. You can also gift a bag of coffee beans with some messages of love. If you want to gift something sweet, hot chocolate can be a great idea. Decorate the gifts uniquely so that they look beautiful along with being tasty. If you can match the decorations with the colour of Wedding Gowns no one can stop you from being a winner.
Light My Fire
One of the first things of winter in Sydney is a blazing fire. So plan a gift that is sure to make everyone happy. Pine cones dipped in wax, can be a perfect gift for kindling. You can alternatively choose a beautiful aroma candle with a phrase like – “Match made in heaven”.
A Knit Fit
Gloves, scarves, mittens and socks are all great options for a perfect bonbonniere in winter wedding. Do not forget to add a warm phrase on top it.
Time Of Wine
Needless to say, a bottle of wine always makes a great gift! Gift a bottle of red wine to each couple. If you are concerned with the price tag, you can also opt for personalised wine glass or bottle openers.
Edible bombonieres are usually the top hit, with a plenty of options. Soup can be the perfect comfort when it’s chilling cold. You can also gift some customised bread sticks along with soup. Wrap up a few heart shaped cookies and gift it to the kids with their names on it.
Winter bonbonnieres are a great way of thanking your guests who have considered to spend their day out with you in the chilling cold.