Tag Archives: Wedding Gifts
Wedding design by Najie Culley of Gifts N Baskets
Spring events will bloom with centerpieces designed for tasty consumption. Showers, spring luncheons, teacher appreciation, graduation — you name the event — and these easy-to-make totes can decorate the tables! Also great for hotel amenity gifts, and for all-occasion spring … Continue reading
Sometimes we add just the right color to make our designs stand out. They may be pastels, but the colors in this design still pop! In fact, it’s the color more than the design that may be most memorable. In … Continue reading
A pretty fragrance basket is perfect for a customer who is looking for a gift for a special woman. Scented satin hangers, bath gel, lotion, potpourri, sachets and a colored coordinated picture frame are products that please.
A nice little gift from the bride to the groom, especially for the morning after the bachelor’s party, this design carries liquor- flavored coffees, miniature rum cake, a special “morning after” herbal drink, and a sweet reminder of what their … Continue reading
Keep the sun smiling on revenue by building everyday occasions like weddings during what can be slow summer months. Design Wedding Embrace, created by Karen Rangel, Jupiter, FL
For any special event, there is always the need for an elegant array of toiletries in the powder room – for both the men and ladies. Include this in your marketing to clients who are hosting receptions, conventions, and any … Continue reading
Simple, yet effective designs such as this one pack a powerful message. A strong color scheme of royal blue, gold and silver combined with a nice balance of product will make a lasting impression. Design by Debra Paulk.
New brides spend a lot of time writing thank you notes and getting acquainted with their extended family. The perfect gift for a bridal luncheon is a beautiful basket filled with stationery. Further personalize the gift … Continue reading
Add your special touch to the wedding party with this unique center piece design. After enjoying the design during the party, invite the guest to select a glass to toast the bride and groom.