Gifting a wedding welcome kit is a thoughtful gesture that can make your wedding party feel appreciated and welcomed. It shows that you have put effort into making their stay comfortable and enjoyable. A wedding welcome kit can also help set the tone for the wedding celebration, as it can reflect the theme or style of the event. Additionally, a welcome kit can be helpful for out-of-town guests who may not be familiar with the area, as it can include useful information such as maps, recommendations for local restaurants and attractions, and transportation options. Overall, gifting a wedding welcome kit is a simple way to express gratitude to your wedding party and make them feel special on your big day.


1. Choose a theme: Decide on a theme for your welcome kit that's in line with your wedding style and decor. This will set the tone for the contents of your kit. Below are some themed ideas;

  • Beach Wedding: Include sunscreen, sunglasses, flip flops, a beach towel and a personalized beach tote bag.
  • Rustic Wedding: Include a personalized wooden sign, a mason jar with a candle, locally sourced honey or jam and a rustic themed welcome note.
  • Garden Wedding: Include seed packets, a mini watering can, flower seeds and a personalized garden hat or gloves.
  • Vintage Wedding: Include antique key bottle openers, vintage postcards with handwritten notes from the bride and groom and vintage inspired candies or chocolates.
  • Destination Wedding: Include maps of the local area, travel-sized toiletries, local coffee beans or tea bags and a personalized luggage tag.
  • Winter Wonderland Wedding: Include hot cocoa mix with marshmallows, cozy socks or mittens with the couple's initials embroidered on them and a snowflake ornament.
  • Bohemian Wedding: Include dream catchers, handmade soaps or candles from local artisans and an illustrated map of the area surrounding the wedding venue.
  • Nautical Wedding: Include personalized life savers as coasters, mini bottles of sand from nearby beaches and anchor shaped bottle openers.
  • Country Chic Wedding: Include burlap sachets filled with lavender or potpourri, locally sourced honey sticks and homemade cookies in mason jars adorned with twine bows.
  • Glamorous Wedding: Include crystal champagne flutes with the couple's initials engraved on them, monogrammed silk robes for the bridesmaids to wear while getting ready and personalized chocolates in gold foil wrappers.|

2. Personalized note: A personalized note is a thoughtful touch that will make your wedding party feel appreciated and special.

3. Location information: Provide information about the location of the wedding venue, hotel accommodations, and transportation options to make it easy for them to get around.

4. Emergency contact list: Include contact details in case of any emergencies during their stay.

5. Snacks and drinks: Add some snacks and drinks to keep them energized throughout their stay.

6. Local souvenirs: Throw in some local souvenirs like postcards or small trinkets that remind them of their trip.

7. Beauty products or grooming items: Consider adding beauty products or grooming items like face masks, lotions, or beard oil to help them look and feel their best on the big day.

8. Fun activities guidebook: Create a guidebook with fun things to do in the area during downtime between wedding events.