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19 Creative Wedding Welcome Bag Ideas

19 Creative Wedding Welcome Bag Ideas


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Give Guests a Taste of the Local Cuisine

Orbie Pullen Photography

Go for a homemade gift basket with your favorite olive oil and locally made condiments.

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Include a Map of Your Wedding Destination

Jodi Miller Photography

Create a personalized printout map of the area for a take-home memento.

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Get Custom Flasks

Nancy Ray Photography

If you can't decide between chocolate and whiskey, why not include both? Throw in personalized flasks for a stylish upgrade, styled by Amber Housley Weddings.

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Add in Regional Brochures

Katie Stoops

Showcase your locale's famous eats and attractions with tour guides and samples of your favorite foods.

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Don't Forget the Welcome Note

Max Wanger

Don't forget to add a welcome note from you and your partner, thanking your guests for their attendance.

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Consider a Mix of Fruits, Jams, and Spirits

Marisa Holmes

A rustic tray featuring local fruits, jams, and spirits.

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Stock Up on Snacks

Corbin Gurkin

Highlight your local foods by providing snacks and famed treats.

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Provide City Guides for Weekend Activities

Marisa Holmes

For coastal couples, highlight the city's beaches by providing a city guide for a fun weekend activity.

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Toast With Local Spirits

Beautiful Day Photography

A destination-wedding welcome bag full of personality with local spirits like tequila and Corona beers.

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Include Area Maps for Additional Adventures

Corbin Gurkin

Give guests with maps of surrounding attractions like state parks or the historic downtown district.

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Use Wooden Crates for a Rustic Vibe

Austin Gros

Instead of a bag, opt for small wooden crates tied in ribbon to hold your wedding-day goodies.

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Consider Hangover Kits

Be Collective

If you're anticipating some heavy imbibing over the weekend, provide your guests with a hangover kit with eye drops, aspirin, and other thoughtful necessities.

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Remember That Everyone Loves Comfort Food

Jen Fariello

Fill your custom tote with snacks for your guests to munch on like popcorn and animal cookies.

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Embrace Fresh Fruits

Jessica Charles

Add your state's most recognizable fruits like Florida oranges to provide an easy taste of home.

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Personalize the Bag Itself

Judy Pak

Add a custom illustrated map to your canvas totes-it's a perfect way to introduce your guests to the area.

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Ensure No Guest Goes Hungry

Rebecca Yale

Keep your guests from going hungry by providing snacks like popcorn, nuts, and sweet treats.

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Opt for Simple Paper Bags

Katch Silva

Don't judge a welcome bag on its size. Opt for custom stamped paper bags filled with a couples' note and a fan for a smaller, intimate ceremony.

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When In Doubt, Go Back to Basics

Liz Banfield

Along with welcome notes and unique gifts, make sure to provide basic essentials for the weekend like bottles of water.