Champagne Favors for the Holidays!

Nothing says “celebrate” quite like a bottle of bubbly! So if you give mini bottles of champagne as holiday party favors, you can surely expect a lot of thrilled thank-you’s from your guests. The bottles in themselves are already pretty chic and snazzy-looking. But it’s those creative little touches that you add to the packaging that tells guests how special their presence has been. So we couldn’t be more excited to pass on these gorgeous ideas for presenting your holiday champagne favors!

Presenting Holiday Champagne Favors in Style!

Champagne Favor Ideas with Striped Straws and Dainty Ribbons, Glittered bottles, and Thank-you tags!| as featured on Bellenza

Casual touches go chic

You’d expect striped straws and dainty little ribbons (1, 2, 7) at a kiddie party. But here they are bringing a surprise playfulness to these fancy favors. If you look closely, #7 even has faux diamond rings tied on as bottle charms. So you could add fun holiday trinkets, too!

Go crazy with glitter

How fabulous are these DIY ombre-glittered bottles (5)! Admittedly time-consuming to make (best for an intimate party with a small guest list), but wow, what a striking effect! For you crafty glitter fans out there, there’s a great tutorial for you to DIY these stunners.

Add elegant TY tags

For an understated but very stylish look, simply tie on elegant thank-you tags (2, 3, 6). You could customize the design to match your party decor, do your own hand calligraphy (oh how we envy you, if you can!), or use actual mini Christmas cards for you to enclose a personalized note to each guest!

Thoughtful touches

To keep your favors nice and chilled, we love this idea of individual ice-filled glasses holding each bottle (4). Or you could attach a recipe card for a cocktail using the particular brand of champagne you’re giving; or else a little pouch of cheese and crackers to enjoy with the bubbly!

Who says stylish packaging can’t be simple, too? Happy holiday partying!

Image credits:

1 – Ashley Lindzon Events / Melanie Rebane Photography, via HWTM
2 – Rhinehart Photography
3 – Sarah Culver Photography, via The Glitter Guide
4 – Alea Lovely, via Coordinatedly Yours by Julie Blanner
5 – Camp Makery
6 – Abby Grace Photography, via Southern Weddings
7 – Lovely Bits (Krista and Michelle)

Where to source?
For helpful links to mini champagne sources, visit our related post on the Bellenza Wedding Bistro.

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