DIY luxury destination wedding welcome gifts for guests

Are you looking for a luxurious gift option for your couples to give guests at their destination weddings? Try a custom canvas bag filled with essential goodies! For our example, we used a canvas bag and ironed on a design from the Wedding Day Client Magazine. Creating the bag was simple: we flipped our design horizontally (so that the letters would be correct after ironing), printed it onto white t-shirt transfer paper, then ironed it onto our canvas bag.

When figuring out what to recommend for your bride's bag, keep in mind her budget, destination, and style of her wedding. For instance, she could save quite a bit and show off her bridesmaids' baking skills by including homemade cookies instead of ordering sweet treats like macarons online.

Items shown in our example: 1. Canvas bag 2. Wedding Day Client Magazine 3. Mini Champagne 4. Sweet treats 5. Local postcard 6. Mineral water spray 7. Local map




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