Choose a holiday punch (you could also use a star or heart, which may be easier to find, but the kit mentioned above has a stocking, bell, star, snowflake, bow and Christmas tree) and center it near the top of the front of the card.
Napkins rings made of silver stars and strands of silver glitter wire decorations and streamers combined with small snowflake ornaments are just the right touch to offset sterling silver tableware and silverware.
Consider the personalized winter coffee, snowflake bath confetti, Winter Wedding Cocoa Mix, silver spark snowflakes, winter chocolate take out boxes, silver kissing bells, and snowman snow globe favors.
For instance, instead of the traditional topper, you can use a figurine shaped like a teddy bear, a castle, a pair of palm trees, a snowflake, a starfish or a symbol that is special to you.
A Las Vegas wedding might use a cake shaped like one of the famous Strip hotels or the Mirage volcano, while a winter wedding cake might be best accented with a stunning snowflake motif.
Snowflake wedding cakes are also popular for Christmas weddings, or a couple may choose a sleigh wedding cake stand or a Claus couple wedding cake top for more seasonal touches.
If you're making birthday cards with a child or just looking for an easy way to familiarize yourself with Kirigami, make a paper snowflake from a small square of origami paper.
Try a forest of stylized pine trees, a whimsical Santa sleigh, a snowflake covered cake, intricate and detailed ornaments, or a manger scene made in fondant or gum paste.
Beading in snowflake or geometric starburst patterns is especially suitable, or custom beading in a poinsettia shape can be arranged for a personalized Christmas gown.
Snowflake must be the little white doe you decided to keep.