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Swag Bag Swooners


Renée Rouleau’s newest release, Glow Enhancing Cream, is the perfect addition to any gift bag (and an appreciated perk for those late-night reception partiers). The product deeply moisturizes dull, tired skin for a radiant, refreshed look, no matter how many hours of sleep were compromised.


Socially responsible, handmade chic zipper pouches and braided wrap bracelets by Paula Minnis of Gaia not only offer a cheery kaleidoscope of fun vintage prints, but also they directly empower marginalized women in the community.


Paul Christopher, aka “Popcorn Paul,” gives the popped stuff a sophisticated upgrade with Uptown Popcorn’s endless flavors—from cookies-and-cream and confetti to pink cotton candy and even loaded baked potato. 


You’ve already surrendered to the lure of Pam Denesuk’s sweet shop; get your guests hooked on Great One Cookie Company’s peanut butter pretzel or triple chocolate cherry chunk. Feature them in a custom cookies-and-milk bar for DIY favors that are so tempting, they probably won’t last the ride home.


The Jetsetter Mini from Merrimac Dillon’s The Pillow Bar is a travel companion your guests will never leave behind. Cushy European white goose down supports the neck, while the lavender sachet and satin case soothes the senses. Plus, the cases can be custom-monogrammed for that added touch of personalization. 

You may have the something borrowed, blue, old, and new covered, but what about a little something-something for your wedding guests? Here, a shortlist of swag bag must-haves from a few of our local faves that will have invitee thinking of you, the happy couple, long after the honeymoon. Spread the love around with a gift that gives back.