- July 24, 2007 at 6:34 pm #241678BiggerPiggyBankParticipant
10 New Year’s Eve Wedding Favor Ideas
by Rose Smith
No doubt about it, a wedding on New Year’s Eve is certain to be the party of the
year! Let your guests ring in your wedding vows with these festive wedding
English CrackersOnce it snaps, small items will fall out.
Not the type you eat. These are the rolled tubes that are covered in tissue. Two
people grab one end and pull.
Blow Horns and Party Hats
Write your names and wedding date on the party hats and give out blow horns,
etc. in a small gift bag.
Give your guests small bottles of champagne with personalized labels.
Wrap several silver foiled Hershey Kisses in gold or silver netting. Tie with a
silver/gold or black bow.
Festive Mini Candy Jar
Start with a baby food jar or other small jar. Paint the top in silver or gold
acrylic paints. Attach a personalized label to the jar with your names and
Spread glue over the cover and the jar and roll in gold and/orPersonalized Calendar
silver glitter (don’t cover over the label). Fill with colorful mints or
candies. Tie a silver ribbon and bow around neck of bottle.
There’s a lot of software that can help you create personalized calendars for
the new year. If you don’t wish to do this on your own, pick out some really
nice photos (either personal photos, landscape scenes, etc.) and take it to a
local copy shop to print for you.
See what the New Year has in store for your wedding guests. Wrap fortune cookie
favors in netting or place in small, decorated favor bags/boxes for each guest.
Fortune Bubble OrnamentsAttach a
Another fortune idea is to purchase plastic, see-through round ornaments (at
craft stores). Separate the bubble, place a rolled up fortune scroll in each
ornament. Add some curled ribbon and put the two halves back together.
ribbon to hang the ornaments. For an added touch and a centerpiece for your
tables, put silver painted tree branches (secured in decorated pots) on each
table and hang the ornaments from the tree.
Glow in the Dark Items
Glow in the dark items are very popular now at New Year’s. Give you guests any
type of glow in the dark item such as stars, cups, necklaces, fiber optic wands,
fun eye glasses, etc.
Rose Smith, Copyright 2003 , About the Author: Rose Smith is the owner of
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