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#1 jess619

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    Posted 26 December 2010 - 04:07 PM

    So I was talking to my MOH and we were talking about Welcome bags!!! and I thought why not ... So Question if you were going to a family/friends wedding Las Vegas in December What would you like to see your welcome bag?

     

     



    #2 fmichelle

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      Posted 26 December 2010 - 09:32 PM

      I go to Vegas all the time, but there are plenty of people that don't, so a map of the strip where all the hotels are located and which ones have what to see would be useful.  There's a website that lists the top free things to do in Las Vegas, you can take a few things off of that to give guests ideas of things to do.  If you have the opportunity to print any coupons for anything in Vegas, you can include some of those as well.  I think the hangover kits are essential.  Cups are absolutely not necessary. A deck of cards would be very Las Vegas'y.  Hope that helps! Congratulations.



      #3 june11bride

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        Posted 26 December 2010 - 11:21 PM

        I agree, a map would be great. Obviously an itinerary of the wedding, and definitely some suggested things to do/sights to see while there (I have never been so would have no idea where to start!). Other than that, just cool little things that might be useful in any destination wedding that you'd find on this site, like hangover kits. Have fun!


        Happily married on June 11th 2011 to the best husband in the world!


        #4 ryan190

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          Posted 12 January 2011 - 06:14 PM

          I know this will already be in your invites, but maybe another map of the wedding location and the ceremony.   Also, write a special note to your guests and include them into the bag to really personalize them.   A list of suggestions of what your guests should do while they are in Vegas would be nice too.






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