Having a festive wedding? Or getting married in December and want to add a festive nod to your day?

Either way, we have you covered with the best, non-tacky, Christmas wedding favours for a festive treat.

You really don’t have to have favours at your wedding but they can be a fun way to thank your guest for their attendance.

For festive favours think about what your guest will love and add a little bit of Christmas sparkle.

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Festive favours for 2023 Christmas weddings

1. Mini Matchbox game favours

These are just adorable! Each box has match sticks and different puzzles to solve.

Great a Christmas wedding favour as not only cute they will entertain guests.

2. Make your own reindeer

At first, I thought this would make a lovely child favour. Then I realised who am I kidding!

I would love one of these and know a lot of adults would too.

3. festive style boxes

Boxes to fill yourself are always a cheaper way to do wedding favours.

You can fill with something in your budget and personalising them adds a special touch.

4. Reindeer place setting

These reindeer can be used as place settings, They can then be used by guests to leave on their drinks.

They then double as a favour to reuse again and again.

4. Christmas cracker favours

These are an obvious choice for any festive event. Spending a bit more and getting reusable crackers means that guests can take them home as a lovely thank you gift.

They can reuse every Christmas while remembering your special day.

5. A Christmas decoration

Personalised Christmas baubles are a lovely festive favour for weddings. They can double up as a place setting also.

Or if personalised isn’t in your budget you can buy some lovely baubles as a special thank you gift.

6. Festive chocolate favours

Edible wedding favours are always a big hit. Go for festive designs for a Christmas touch to your chocolate favours. You can box or bag them or have them next to the cake for people to take away.

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