Just ordered the final pieces for our OOT bags for our February wedding! I don't have everything in hand yet but will post pics when I do. (We're at 50 guests so far and are expecting 60 or so, so I probably ordered more than I needed to...better safe than sorry!) I was just excited so I thought I'd post the list with links and prices
We decided to do net drawstring bags so the sand can filter out easily. They were $15 a dozen from orientaltrading.com
(Initially we were going to do custom printed drawstring backpacks but figured we didn't need to slap our names all over everything. We found the best price/minimums at www.totallydrawstringbackpacks.com)
Took advantage of a bunch of Vistaprint groupons ($10 for $50, plus everything on the site was 30% off) and ordered t-shirts for everyone in our group. Once shipping, etc was factored in, we got 70 shirts for about $150.
One of the only things FI was really concerned with...he wanted to make sure we had 22 oz insulated mugs. (Apparently anything smaller just wasn't going to cut it!) We found the best combination of prices/minimums at riptidepromotions.com. We went with the $1.89/128 package.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD
We got lanyards and clear badge holders for people to put their room keys in. I also ordered business cards from Vistaprint with a 'To have and to hold...your room key' message. The business cards will go into the badge holders. (I used the custom design feature to get the layout I needed.) Lanyards were $30/100, badge holders were $17/100, and business cards were $2.99/250.
Along this same theme, we ordered hard plastic luggage tags (going to send them with the 'what to pack' brochure'); will add leftovers to the out of town bags. I designed business cards (free, again from Vistaprint) with space for name/address/phone to go inside luggage tag. Luggage tags, lanyards and badge holders all came from idcardgroup.com. Luggage tags were $48/100, luggage tag loops were $8.80/100. We got green tags/loops.
FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE
This was kind of a stretch, but it's kmy catch-all category. We're going to put bookmarks, Ever Clear soft lens cloths (for cleaning smudges off sunglasses, etc) and can coozies in a baggie. Then, I made address labels on Vistaprint that say 'For better, for worse' to go on the baggie. I also made another batch of free address labels that indicates the purpose of the cloths, in case people just think they're hankies or something. Bookmarks were $5.25/48, lens cloths were $3.25/60 and can coozies were $7.98/100. (I wasn't planning to order can coozies, but they were cute and super inexpensive, so I figured I'd go for it.)
FOR RICHER, FOR POORER
We ordered decks of playing cards that have $100 bills printed on the backs. I also ordered more free address labels to stick on the packs. The labels say 'For richer, for poorer.' Playing cards were $8/12.
IN SICKNESS & IN HEALTH
This will be another baggie with another address label sticker from Vistaprint, this one reading 'In sickness & in health.' Inside the baggie will be Tums, burn gel wipes, and ibuprofen. Tums were $30/48, wipes were about $15/60 and ibuprofen (packs of 2 tablets) were $4 for 50 packs. (All came from Amazon.)