The tradition of gifting wedding favors has been around for hundreds of years. Though the custom varies by culture and time period, the gifts have served as a way for the bride and groom to thank guests for attending their ceremony.
Today, wedding favors take many forms, from simple DIY gifts to more elaborate tokens, yet the gesture remains the same. It is a way to thank guests and to provide them with a keepsake to remember your special day. Rather than frivolous gifts, more and more couples are choosing favors that that are useful, purposeful, or can be consumed. We love this approach, and so will your guests.
Want to get married when baby, it’s cold outside? Ranch Events, a San Diego Wedding Cater, knows just what to do to warm up the crowd
There is something about a winter wedding that brings a touch of the fairy tale to celebrations. We think it’s a great season to choose for your big day, so we have put together the top 5 reasons that might convince you to think the same.
5. Early evenings
One of the best things about winter is that the evenings start early! This means there is more celebration time, and plenty of room for candles, fairy lights or even some fireworks. Summer may be brighter, but in winter, you can create your own light, and build that soft, romantic and inviting mood for the evening’s festivities.