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When wedding guests travel from far away to come to your wedding, one of the nicest things you can do for them is to have a gift waiting for them when they get to their hotel.
This tradition has been around for a long time. The gift used to be a simple thank you card and a map of the surrounding area. It’s much different now.
Now guests expect a lot more from this gift, and rightfully so: they’ve spent time and money to be with you, to celebrate you, and they deserve something a little extra special in return.
Whether your goal with the gift is to help them relax, introduce them to the area, feed them, or something else entirely, these wine-related gifts are up to the task. You can use them on their own, in combination with another one on the list, or as part of a welcoming gift basket.
One of the easiest ways to create a unique gift is to fill a box with items that are specific to the location of your wedding. Start with a beautifully engraved wooden box with a special message of thanks for sharing your special day. Then fill the box with your favorite treats from your destination. Are you from New Orleans? Throw in some Mardi Gras beads. Wedding on the Jersey shore? Include some saltwater taffy. Taking the extra step of specializing the gift to your location shows your guests that you want them to love the time they’re spending in your chosen city as much as you do.
The toasts don’t have to start or stop during the reception. Give your guests a bottle of celebratory Champagne so that they can toast your wedding when they’re back in their hotel room, or later on when they get back home. Personalize the bottle’s label with a thank you note to your guests or invite them to drink by putting “Cheers to happy years” with your names and the wedding date on the bottle. Whatever you choose, personalizing the bottle is a special touch that won’t go unnoticed.
One thing we know about wedding guests? They love to eat. And you can’t expect them to pay those sky-high mini bar prices just to snack. Instead, greet them with a basket of treats infused with their favorite flavors of wine to start the wedding celebration as soon as they arrive. Choose Merlot cheese, red wine brownies, or Sangria cupcakes to give your guests something to munch on throughout the wedding weekend.
A great cost-effective gift item is a mini-bottle of wine with a custom label. You can choose from a lot of different and delicious kinds of wine, many costing less than $6/bottle. Personalize it with a special message of thanks and love, and you have a great item to add to a gift basket, or wrap it with a tulle bow and allow it to stand alone as a special greeting to your guests when they arrive in their hotel rooms.
Don’t forget to add an engraved wine glass so they can enjoy the wine and have a souvenir to take home. Choose to engrave a message like “Eat, drink, and be married” along with your name and wedding date, and you’ll be giving them a gift they can use now and for years to come.
Some guests just want to focus on the task at hand: getting to their hotel, getting to the wedding, celebrating with you, and going home again. Those are the guests that would appreciate receiving items that they can use at home rather than in their hotel room. Gift them with other reminders of the wedding: personalized coasters, a beautiful corkscrew set, or a wine bottle balance. They may not be able to enjoy the item until they’re home, but when they’re relaxing in the days and weeks ahead, they’ll see it and think of you.
Choosing a monogrammed wine tumbler is another gift that your guests can enjoy during their time with you and long after they’re home. The sleek design keeps chilled drinks cool and hot drinks hot. It comes in eleven colors so you can choose one that’s complementary to your wedding theme, and you can personalize it with each guest’s monogram for that extra special touch.
Sometimes just the act of lighting a candle and letting the scent start to fill the room can take the edge off even the longest day. Wine-scented candles will give your guests that feeling as they inhale the soft scent of wine flavor profiles wafting through the air, everything from oak to leather, berries to apples. Five different scents will allow you to choose the wine scent you know each guest will love, making it truly individual.
This beautiful leatherette wine bag will make an elegant statement sitting on the table in a hotel room to greet your guests as they arrive for your wedding. It comes in seven colors and is engravable, so you can create a unique message for your guests or monogram.
Speaking of sweet treats, when your guests return to their hotel room after dancing the night away at your wedding, sometimes the best thing you can give them is a sweet treat, one that will finish the evening off right. The best part? They taste like Champagne! Try Champagne gummy bears, chocolate truffles with strawberry and Champagne centers, and Champagne-flavored jelly beans. It’s an excellent way for one last hint of sparkling wine after the wedding has ended.
Weddings are busy and wonderful, but also tiring. So for the early mornings after the late nights, or for when the wedding weekend has come to a close, make sure your guests have this merlot-infused coffee. The coffee beans are aged in Merlot wine barrels so you get the delicious, fruity flavor notes of the wine mixed with the bold flavor notes of the coffee. It’s the perfect complement to the wedding trip.
The gift you give your out-of-town guests has to be special, but it doesn’t have to be a challenge to find. Start with these ideas, and you’re on your way to being able to check this important item off of your wedding to-do list.