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Introducing Our New Frosted Shot Glasses

In the spirit of the season, we introduce our new “Frosted Shot Glasses” Wedding Favors!
These are perfect for a Winter Wedding! Customize it anyway you want it! Only at www.ThatWeddingShop.com.

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Personalized 1.75 oz Frosted Shot Glasses favors are the perfect keepsakes for your friends to remember your special day. Cheers to a fun and memorable wedding day!

Our shot glasses are screen printed using a permanent ink that is dishwasher safe. Over 40 pre-made designs and 45 imprint colors available. 100% customizable. We can help you with your design from beginning to end!

This beautiful frosted finish gives these shot glasses a very high end look and feel.

*** If you would like to use a different font style or we don’t have the color you are looking for, please let us know and we will be happy to customize your wedding favors just the way you want it!

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

• Capacity: 1.75 ounces (This glass measures 1.69 oz / 50 ml when filled to the rim)
• Material: High Quality Glass with Frosted Finish
• Dishwasher Safe
• Height: 2.38 inches
• Top Diameter: 2 inches
• Bottom Diameter: 1.38 inches
• Imprint Area: 1.7″H x 1.7″W
• Includes One Color Imprint
• One side imprint

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What to Consider Before Planning a Winter Wedding

What to Consider Before Planning a Winter Wedding

In most parts of the country, throwing a winter wedding is a gamble. A lot of people thought I was crazy for choosing a February date in New Jersey. Luckily, we were blessed with gorgeous weather on our wedding day — it snowed the following day! Here, the most important things I learned while planning my winter wedding:

Winter Wedding Outdoor Ideas

You’ll Save Money — on Most Vendors
Since the winter is not a peak time to get married in most parts of the country, you can score some major discounts. We saved big on our venue, and we also got discounts on our photographer, videographer, DJ, and transportation. One area where we did not experience any savings: Flowers. Because there are fewer flowers in season this time of the year, you may have to pay a premium or pass on your first (or second or third) choice.

You’ll Need to Prepare for the Worst-Case Scenario
As a winter wedding bride, you have to know the answer to the biggest question: what will you do if there’s a blizzard on your wedding day and no one can get there?

The best way to prevent a winter wedding disaster is to ask the “what if” questions while searching for your vendors. We made sure to ask our major players — venue, photographer, videographer, DJ — what would happen if we were forced to cancel due to bad weather. The vendors we booked would allow us to reschedule for another date at no additional cost, assuming he or she was available on the new date.

Of course, getting all of those vendors in the same room again on a different date isn’t always possible. If you want to be more cautious, you may want to consider wedding insurance. Most policies will protect you against losing your deposit money due to a weather-related cancellation, meaning that you can then book a new vendor who is available on your new date without having to pay extra.

Be Prepared for Some Surprising “No’s”
While we didn’t receive too many “no’s” overall, we were surprised by some of the guests who declined to attend. Elderly guests and out-of-towners may be more likely to decline a winter wedding invitation, due to concerns over icy conditions or airline delays.

Embrace the Season
When I first started planning, I was determined that I wasn’t going to let my February wedding date dictate my wedding style. Why did I need to have a winter wonderland theme or use burgundy and gold just because I was getting married in a cold-weather month? But as I got deeper into the planning, I realized that one of the things that would truly make my wedding unique was embracing this less-than-popular wedding season. Suddenly, I became obsessed with snowflakes, frosted branches, and icy blue lighting. So, yes, I ended up with a winter wonderland theme, and I loved it! You can also embrace the season by serving wintry cocktails, like spiked hot chocolate and eggnog.

Tread Carefully Around the Holidays
If you’re dreaming of a Caribbean honeymoon, you’re in luck — the winter is a wonderful time to visit. But watch out for price increases near the holidays. While planning our trip to St. Lucia following our President’s Day Weekend wedding, we learned that we’d save nearly a thousand dollars by waiting until the following week to depart.

Likewise, flowers (especially roses) are in high demand around Valentine’s Day; you may face higher prices or lower availability.

Also, if you’re thinking about December, be sure to check when Hanukkah begins and ends. And if you’re planning a New Years Eve wedding, some guests might not be too happy if you decide on a dry wedding.

You’ll Become a Weather Stalker
Yes, most brides check weather.com constantly during the week leading up to the wedding to see if there’s a chance of rain. But if you’re a winter bride, you may find yourself taking it a step further and researching how many times in the past five years it has snowed on your chosen date. You’ll research historic weather patterns around your big day, while being perfectly aware that you’re acting crazy, because it’s not like you can stop the snow from falling. But it’ll make you feel really smart when it’s 60 degrees and sunny on your wedding day — and you can tell people you did your research.

Winter wedding brides, what would you add to this list?

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Author: Kristen O’Gorman Klein


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Winter Wedding Favors That Will Melt Your Heart

25 Winter Wedding Favors That Will Melt Your Heart

Getting married during the cold-weather months? 25 seasonally-appropriate winter wedding favors we guarantee your guests won’t leave behind!

1. Hot chocolate is always a must-have treat for a cold day.


2. You can even add a little extra “warmth” to it.

Hot Chocolate Baileys Mason Jar Winter Wedding Favors

Hot Chocolate with Baileys in a Mason Jar Wedding Favor – By “Heartfelt And Unique” on Etsy. $7.54


3. Keep your guests warm through your wedding outdoors festivities.

Blankets Winter Wedding Favors

Blankets Winter Wedding Favors Idea


4. Socks are also a great way to keep your guests comfortable.

Socks Winter Wedding Favors

Socks Winter Wedding Favors Idea


5. Specially your groom.

Cold Feet Socks Winter Wedding Favors

In Case You Get Cold Feet Socks for Your Groom – By “Groom Socks” on Etsy. $29.99+


6. Gloves.

Winter Gloves Wedding Favor Fall Wedding Idea

Winter Gloves Wedding Favor Fall Wedding Idea


7. Can’t ever go wrong with lip balm on a cold day.

Lip Balm Winter Wedding Favors

Customized Lip Balm Wedding Favors – By “Mountainess” on Etsy


8. These beautiful personalized winter wedding glassware favors are the perfect keepsake to give your guests.

Winter Wedding Shot Glasses Mason Jars Designs

Personalized Winter Wedding Favors Glassware – By “That Wedding Shop“.


9. And these can koozies to match.

Winter Wedding Koozies Designs

Custom Can Koozies Winter Wedding Favors – By “That Wedding Shop” on Etsy.


10. When in doubt… S’mores!

Smores Winter Wedding Favors

Smores Kit – Cold Weather Wedding Favors – By “The Favor Box” on Etsy. $36 for 24 kits.


11. Perfect for the coffee loving couple! Surprise your guests with printed cardboard coffee sleeves at your hot chocolate or coffee and tea bar!

Custom Tea and Coffee Sleeves Winter Wedding Favors

Custom Hot Beverage Sleeves Winter Wedding Favors – By “Four Things Paper” on Etsy.


12. These pinecone firestarters are the perfect gifts from a camping loving couple.

Pinecone Firestarters Winter Wedding Favors

Pinecone Firestarters Winter Wedding Favors – By “Moss Between My Toes” on Etsy. $3.92


13. Or for the wine lovers, this is just perfect!

Wine Stopper Winter Wedding Favors

Personalized Snowflake Wine Stopper Wedding Favors – By “Event City Design” on Etsy.


14. Your bridesmaids will remember your special day forever with these adorable snowflake necklace keepsake.

Bridesmaids Snowflake Necklace Winter Wedding Keepsake

Bridesmaids Gift Frozen Theme Snowflake Necklace Winter Wedding Keepsake – By “Favor Wrap” on Etsy. $11 for set of 5.


15. 
Make sure to get a good night’s sleep with these genius Do Not Disturb door hangers.


16. These creative Save The Date Tile Magnets to remind your guests of your big day!


17. These adorable Snow Flake Mini Soaps winter wedding favors.


18. And these Snow Flake Chocolate Cookies!!!


19. Spread the love with Snow Flake Plantable Seeds Confetti.


20. You can never really have enough snow flakes! Keep your guests warm with these charming candles.


21. Snowflake Thank You tags.


22. Keep warm with lots of kisses!


23. Glittery Snow Ball Cake Pops!


24. And these lovely little snowflake gift boxes add a special touch to any favor.


25. And you can have any of these beautiful favors under this charming “Please Take One” winter wedding sign, ready to be printed at home.

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Keep in touch with us and have first dibs on our new products and designs! Beautiful wedding favors featuring our most creative designs being uploaded every week. You can also find us here:

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