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Three Must-Haves for Your Georgia Welcome Bags!

February 24, 2012

Whether you’re preparing for a wedding or a meeting, it’s probably one of the most asked questions for those planning events–“What can I put in my welcome bags?”  Well, if you’re planning an event in the great state of Georgia, we’ve got some ideas.

No matter who’s going to receive the gift, they’ll always appreciate something sweet, something to keep and something helpful.  Here are our top picks for each one:

Something Sweet:  Peach Jelly Beans

Who doesn’t love jelly beans?!  Even if you’re 100 years old, these fun little drops of sugar just have a way of bringing out the kid in you.  Infused with the delicious taste of fresh Georgia peaches, they’re the perfect size for snacking.  Georgia peach jelly beans also travel well since you don’t have to worry about them melting.

Something to Keep:  How To Speak Southern Dictionary

Sure, you could include a pen, magnet or key chain in your welcome bag as a Georgia souvenir to keep, but it won’t have nearly the impact of this tongue-in-cheek Southern dictionary!  Guaranteed to bring a smile to anyone’s face, this fun look at our language will make even homegrown Georgia natives chuckle.  A fun addition to your welcome bags, it might even help those “Yanks” understand what the heck we’re talking about down here!

Something Helpful:  Atlanta Now Magazine

There’s so much to do in Atlanta, your guests will appreciate this handy guide from the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau.  Filled with information on all the local attractions, events and popular destinations, they’ll find their way around town almost like a native.

Regardless of what you include in your Georgia welcome bags, be sure to choose a container that travels well or disposable.  Gift bags are the top choice for that.  Customize them with a bow in the color scheme of your event!

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