Guide 6 Revisited:
Wedding gift bag ideas

wedding gift bag ideas

I’m so excited to be writing about our Intimate Beach Wedding guide again because I’m going to my first beach wedding next month. The idea of mixing a wedding with a fun weekend by the seashore is probably the best idea ever.

What I loved most about this guide was the sweet welcome baskets for the guests. Who doesn’t love a nice surprise when you arrive at your hotel room after a long trip? In this guide, our guest welcome gift basket featured local wine, a beach towel, flip flops, salt water taffy and a map of the city.

The ideas are endless in making your wedding welcome gift bag or basket personalized and special.

And here’s just a few of them:

  • Couple’s favorites: Is there a wine that you and your beloved shared on the first date? Or a certain album that you both fell in love with? Fill the basket with your mutual favorites from cookies to books. Bonus: Including a note that tells the significance behind each item will be sure to make everyone swoon.
  • Seasonal: Winter wedding? Put in coffee mugs, hot chocolate mix and a nice fleece blanket. Springtime? Put in an umbrella, flower seed packets and tea bags.
  • Snack packs: Instead of making your guests raid the expensive minibar for snacks and drinks, welcome them with candy bars, chips, nuts, sodas and mini bottles of liquor.
  • And don’t forget about the kids… Buy coloring and activity books, games and bubbles to keep the kids occupied while their parents have fun.

Want more ideas? Download our FREE Intimate Beach Wedding guide now. You’ll not only learn how to plan a beach wedding for under $10k, but also how to put together a to die for s’mores buffet and much more.

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Have a happy beach day!

Amy
Amy Trang is the executive editor who brings you these lovely words. She’s glad that words don’t need to be color-coordinated because she would have failed English class miserably.

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