Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Welcome Bags for your Guests

Asheville makes it easy to give a special thank you to your guests and wedding attendants. Send your guests home with local flavor and foodie souvenirs like organic chocolate, craft brews, homemade jams, mustard or some spicy bbq sauce. The Asheville Shop at the Visitor Center has a great selection of tasty, homegrown treats. If art is on your shopping lists, spend some time visiting art galleries in the River Arts District to find thoughtful handmade gifts. Downtown also offers many options for creative treasures-The Kress Emporium, The Woolworth Walk and the Appalachian Craft Center showcase the work of many local and regional artists.
Here are some more of uniquely Asheville vendors :



Custom boxes of chocolate can be crafted for any occasion and be tailored to match the d├ęcor of your event.





Custom order bulk truffles by the dozen and favor boxes in one or two piece sizes with your choice of box and ribbon color.







Can provide customized wedding favors or by hosting a bridal party where they provide a personal tasting with your choice of beverage and foods.

Can create custom soaps in many different shapes and sizes for all types of events, weddings included. The possibilities are endless as clients can choose the design, color, shape and scent of their soap



  


Mountain Mist Candles
Can do personalized labels on the candles with the bride and groom's name and the wedding date.







Bridal bouquets,  bridesmaid bouquets, toss bouquets, boutton-ieres, corsages and mother-in-law bouquets are also available.




  


Sample travel size shampoo and conditioner combos are available upon request.











Local beer: Stop by Bruisin' Ales (named the number three beer retailer worldwide) or Hops & Vines (each week they feature a different brewery or style of beer) to pick up your micro-brew souvenirs.

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