FEATURED: THE CELEBRATION SOCIETY WINTER 2016 ISSUE

June 09, 2018

FEATURED: THE CELEBRATION SOCIETY WINTER 2016 ISSUE

07 MAR FEATURED: THE CELEBRATION SOCIETY WINTER 2016 ISSUE

We were so honored when the team at The Celebration Society asked us to round up some of our favorite picks for Florida or Georgia-inspired wedding welcome gifts! We love adding extra personal touches to highlight your wedding destination or hometowns, from sweet favors of Savannah Bee Company honey, to your favorite local cold brew coffee, your guests will appreciate the extra thought your put into their welcome boxes. Check out details here on how to to snag a copy to see all of the pretty inspiration in the pages of their latest issue!

What’s in our bag:

State Shaped Cutout Cookies from Cutout Cookie Co.

Local Honey from Savannah Bee Company

Silk Ribbon via A Signature Welcome

Wedding Weekend Maps from local Georgia designer Scotti Cline Designs

Sun Kit with warm weather essentials via A Signature Welcome

Custom Crest Artwork by Arabella June

Local Savannah Cold Brew Coffee from Perc Coffee Roasters




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