Many Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebrations have out-of-town guests who travel from all over the country to join the festivites of your son or daughter’s milestone event. It’s nice to welcome them with a goody bag that is waiting for them at their hotel.
You can do it yourself or hire someone to do it for you. Either way, it’s important to make it personal and full of fun stuff they will remember!
It’s nice to include a program of the weekend’s events. Such as: the time of the ceremony, directions to the Synagogue, time of the party, directions and an invitation to join the family for Sunday brunch.
That One Special Touch uses a reusable bag that is personalized with a label that has the Bar/Bat Mitzvah child’s name and the date of the event along with a personal name tag for the hotel guest, couple or family. They include items such as: bottled water, various snacks, cookies, and fruit with a welcome letter that includes an itinerary and directions for the weekend. For a special touch, they can add in food and products that are regional to the area
Love-totes created a custom label with a rhinestone, filled a box with some New England favorites – whoopie pies, soft pretzels, lobster lollipops, and tied it all up with a pretty purple satin bow
A sample of what Party Guest Essentials would put in their welcome bag
From Cassandra Synder Events, a baseball themed welcome
These treats are from Sara’s Gracious Goodies
Twigsny.blogspot.com creates beautiful welcome gifts in boxes
Did you have a creative welcome bag for your out-of-town Bar/Bat Mitzvah guests? Let us know at info@MitzvahMarket.com.