The Best Made-in-Philly Welcome Bags For Your Out-of-Town Guests

Welcome your traveling guests to your wedding with a goodie bag filled with the city’s best treats.

The Best Made-in-Philly Welcome Bags For Your Out-of-Town Guests

Photo by Jonathan Pushnik. Styling by Avery Osborne.

Clockwise from top left, starting with Philly canvas tote, $22 at Open House, Philadelphia.

Chocolate-dipped coconut macaroons, $6 at Termini Brothers Bakery, Philadelphia.

Gift certificate to Franklin Fountain, Philadelphia.

Soft pretzel, 75 cents at Philly Soft Pretzel Factory, multiple locations.

Dr. Physick soda, $3 a bottle at Franklin Fountain.

Liberty Bell lollipop, $3.50 at Shane Confectionery, Philadelphia.

Holland mints, $9 for a half-pound bag at Shane Confectionery.

Philly note cards, $14 for a box of eight at Open House.

Marcie Blaine Philly Series chocolates, $11.95 for a box of six at Verde, Philadelphia.

Peanut Chews, 25 cents at Wawa.

Hand in Hand Sustainable Suds, $16 for two bars at

Blackberry-raspberry jam, $4.95 at Kauffman’s Produce, Reading Terminal Market, Philadelphia.

Lavender sachet, $22 for three at Carousel Farm, Mechanicsville.

Advil Pocket Pack, $2.09 at Wawa, multiple locations.

Water bottle, $1.49 at Di Bruno Bros., Philadelphia.

Pack of Philly walking maps, $14.95 at Open House.

Travel-size lavender shower gel, $3 at Duross & Langel, Philadelphia.

What fun Philly things are you putting in your out-of-town guests’ welcome bags?

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