Local Vendors

How to Create an Adorable Welcome Bag for Your Destination Wedding Guests

Greet your out-of-town guests with personalized wedding totes filled with local goodies, from coffee and pastries to hand lotion and paper goods.

With twoolf, prop styling by Lauren Brady of Saucy & Kitsch, and photograph by Derek Israelsen April 25, 2017 Published in the Winter/Spring 2017 issue of Park City Magazine

Clockwise from top to bottom: 

Tokyo Milk shea butter hand cream, Tabula Rasa Social Stationers

Waterknot greeting card, The Write Image

Knot & Bow single-serving party confetti, WISH

Baguette, Eva’s Bakery

Chocolate Naive honey chocolate, Caputo’s

Freixenet Cordon Negro Brut Cava, freixenetusa.com

Queen Farina raw honey, queenfarina.com

Creminelli High West Whiskey sausage, Caputo’s

Beehive SeaHive Cheese, beehivecheese.com

Best Day Ever gold-foil tote bag, bashbagsco.com

Amour Spreads Apricot Rose Jam, amourspreads.com

Metallic temporary tattoo, flashtat.com

Cox Honeyland and Gifts Utah-shaped pure beeswax candle, coxhoney.com

Publik Coffee Roasters beekeeper blend, publikcoffee.com

Sugarfina Rosé All Day gummy bears, sugarfina.com

Fentimans Rose Lemonde, Caputo’s


For festive wedding-welcome bags, check out more of Bash Bags’ celebratory totes. The cotton-canvas carryalls are screen-printed with original, hand-lettered designs in gold foil, black ink, and select colors. We love the “Bride Squad” bag for your maids, and the “Pop, Fizz, Clink” bag for any celebration.