(Closed) Children’s Gift Bags @ Reception

posted 8 years ago in Reception
Post # 3
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248 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I’m thinking about the same things for our wedding. Michael’s has a bunch of dollar bins with gender-neutral and specific gender kid stuff, so I bought some glow bracelets and temporary tattoos so far. I will probably get some coloring books and crayons and a few other goodies to keep them entertained. Once I know how many boys and girls I’ll have attending, I’ll probably get boy and girl specific bags/containers.

Post # 4
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1765 posts
Buzzing bee

@ChantelleyLace:

@martysgal:

I bought some little totes at dollartree in one of the wedding colors.  I bought glow in the dark bracelets/necklaces, the small sized boxes of crayons (party favor ones, that came 4 or 6/$1.00, I also bought small unlined pads of paper 3×5″ size, and a small plastic slinky.  They all fit in the totes.  Sticker pages sound good too!  🙂

Post # 6
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Wannabee

@ChantelleyLace:

Oriental Trading has some cute boxes specifically for children at a wedding. They also have small wedding coloring books and sm. box of crayons. I also bought some glow in the dark bracelets, tattoos, stickers and some small pads of paper (all from Oriental). Very inexpensive.

Post # 7
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96 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Most our kids stuff came from Dollar Tree, Walmart (in the party section they have little toys that come 4, 6, 8, or 12 to a package for anywhere from $1-4), and Party City (lots of little toys for 10-50 cents each). Ours are pretty gender-neutral – I think the only “girly” thing we got were some little plastic gem rings. We got our bags at Michaels – in their summer stuff they had some cloth bags 3/$1. They’re not huge (maybe 7x7in?) but they’ll hold a few little toys. I forget what colors they came in – we bought all orange.

We also picked up a few things to have a kids activity area – foam sheets and stickers (like this – http://shop.hobbylobby.com/crafts/craft-foam/shapes/), make your own mug kits ($1 each at Michaels), and plain paper. The kids will have their own box of crayons in their bag, but we’ll probably put some on the table, too.

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