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How To Compose Tasty Wedding Bags For A Memorable Wedding In Italy

Welcome bags are a MUST if you decide to get married in Italy or in any other destination in the world.

Italy is so well known for its culinary tradition, and this gives you the chance to create some adorable welcome bags with traditional products from the Region you chose for the celebration of your destination wedding, such as Tuscany, Veneto, Lazio, Apulia or Sicily.

As an example, for a destination wedding in Tuscany you can fill your welcome bags with a little portion of Panforte, the traditional sweet of Siena, and Spuma as a drink.

I would love to share with you some tips to better choose drinks to fill your welcome bags:

1. Include something refreshing

After a long journey, it is likely that your guests will be a bit thirsty, above all if you are getting married during the Italian Summer season. As an example, if you are getting married in Sicily, you can welcome your guests with the traditional Sicilian Lemonade.

2. Avoid liquors

Alcohol is not always a good idea... If your guests will reach the venue the day of your wedding, I am sure you would like to avoid the inconvenience of having them tipsy at your ceremony. After a long flight, it is always better to offer something refreshing. If you really want to offer them some alcohol, a tiny bottle of fresh Prosecco (Italian sparkling wine) can be accepted and also very appreciated.


~Silvia La Perla

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