Post # 1
We are getting married in wine country. So, I wanted our Out of Town bags to include booklets of information on wine tasting in the area, champagne splits and orange juice (for morning-after mimosas) and some sort of breakfast item. Bagels? Packs of mini donuts? One of each?
Also, where would I buy something like that in bulk? Thanks, ladies.
Post # 3
A Gordons foods, Sams Club, Costco.
Sounds like a great idea 🙂
Post # 4
Gourmet scones could be nice.
Post # 5
muffins would be delish too 🙂 I know Costco has amazing fresh-baked muffins that they sell in bulk.
Post # 6
Bagels would be nice! Or a cool, unique flavored muffin or breakfast cookie.
Post # 7
What about some kind of granola or something like that? I’m trying to think of what goes with mimosas, and i’m not sure i’m feeling the bagel/donut vibe.
Croissants sound fancier =]
Post # 8
I would say muffins or danishes. Bagels are tough because most people like to have something WITH it (cream cheese, butter, jam) and then you’d have to get something additional.
Post # 9
mmmmmm muffins are a great idea!!
Post # 10
I’m a sugar freak, so I say some kind of danish. You might be able to buy a dozen somewhere and bag them yourself. Cute cello bags w/ ribbon might be nice.
As far as the mimosas, are you thinking like a can of the Sophia bubbly and a box of Tropicana in the bags for them in the room in the AM? Or for mimosas somewhere at the hotel or a local winery?
Post # 12
I am planning on champagne and orange juice in the bags. Hopefully some water too. The bag will be pretty darn full by then though. It looks like I can actually buy some full bottles of champagne for less than the splits (half-bottles).
Post # 13
I like the bagels!! Great idea, btw. Sounds like you should hit up Costco
Post # 14
ooohhh….danishes just sounded delicious!! Especially since your doing mimosas, I think its more appropiate for the theme your going for! And I know costco has a great assortment.
Post # 15
These are sounding like some seriously awesome (and expensive!) Out of Town bags. Will there be a way to make the dirnks cold (ice bucket or minifridge)? I’d want something on the healthier side to eat, so I’d love a healthy muffin. But I’d also enjoy a granola bar and some dried fruit (which you can purchase farther in advance than something like a muffin).
Will the guests have access to cups and hot water? If so you could include tea bags or instant coffee packs (like the starbucks kind).
Post # 16
I agree with peanutlovespumpkin, Costco as awesome muffins in bulk. I am a carbaholic, especially in the morning, so muffins/bagels would be perfect to have imo.