Goody Bags – Meghan & Harry Had Theirs, Do You?

23rd May 2018 in Branding Advice | Just for fun

Goody Bags – Meghan & Harry Had Theirs, Do You?

The Royal Wedding took place last weekend, an event watched worldwide with 29.2 million people tuning in from the US and approximately 18 million people in the UK.

Many viewers tuned in to get a much awaited glimpse of the dress and watch the many celebrity guests arrive at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

A total of 600 guests joined the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex for the reception at St. George’s Hall. Viewers were waiting, again, to see the second outfit the new Duchess would wear.

And now the attention has turned to the goody bags that celebrity guests left with!

The reusable jute bags were handed out to all guests with small trinkets inside to commemorate the day and the world has been keen to know what was included in the goody bags. Lucky for you, we have the answers!

Inside the Royal Goody Bags

Here we give you a list of the goodies found inside the Royal goody bags, all of which can be found on the website:

And lets not forget the bag itself! You can order your very own jute goody bag for your special day here.

Why Use Commemorative Goody Bags?

Goody bags are an excellent way to give your guests a small memento of your special day so that they can remember the celebrations. You can have your goody bags and gifts printed with your own special message and design. Our in-house design team can work with you, providing unlimited free visuals so that your design is perfect for your perfect day!

Not only do these goody bags give your guests something to remember the day, but they are excellent way of saying thank you to all those who came to celebrate the occasion with you.

If you have a special occasion coming up and you would like to include a range of printed goody bags, you can find our full range of promotional gifts on our website.

Our dedicated Account Managers can work with you to choose the best gifts to include in your very own gift bags. Give them a call on 0116 366 0052.