Good Things: Welcome Gifts
A Heartfelt Thanks
Little tokens of appreciation are thoughtful, whimsical, and just plain smart. A personalized, handwritten note thanking your guests for making the trip doesn't cost much, but it'll generate a ton of good will.
Guest Room Spa
Although wedding guests are likely to be more relaxed than the bride and groom, they will still have their own share of anxiety and excitement. Soothe them with a set of luxurious toiletries more likely to be found at a spa than a wedding. Here, a simple box lined with a cloth contains small indulgences such as scented bar soaps, bath salts, bath gel, lotion, candles, and tea bags. For guests who don't travel well, include a small container of massage oil.
Make Your Guests Feel at Home
When you're unfamiliar with an area, it can be difficult to find a nice park for a jog, a coffee shop for your morning cup of joe, or a terrific ice-cream parlor for a classic sundae, never mind a doctor or hospital if someone falls ill. Reduce hassles for everyone by getting a bunch of inexpensive maps -- or even free ones from a visitors' center -- and charting out important and interesting locations. Our clip art will provide you with a variety of useful symbols. Simply download them, and print several copies onto sheets of round stickers.
Directions for Your Guests
Don't let your guests feel like fish out of water. Prepare them for your wedding adventure with custom maps you can slip into save-the-dates, invitations, or welcome bags, personalized with illustrations indicating all the points of interest. Here, we've gathered our favorite artist-designed charts, representing a spectrum of personalities. Prices range from $500 to $1,500 for 100 copies.
Gift Bags for Wedding Guests
Paper bags may seem like a casual way to package your welcome gifts, but you can elevate them by dressing them up with ribbons, monograms, and splashes of color.