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Posted by Joe on 7/20/2013 to Birthday Party Supplies
This is where gift bags come in...
Gift bags come in many different forms, but the two most versatile types are both inexpensive plastic varieties, the Organza bags and the Cello bags. Both come in a wide range of colors, so you can get in sync with your decor, and both give you plenty of room to pack in the goodies. The key is to get creative with your gift bag usage, to create that lasting impression with your gifts. They also add class to each table setting, and are guaranteed to make each guest, upon seeing the bag, think "I wonder what's in there?"
A couple of ideas on unique ways of using gift bags could be:
1) If you have 6 people at a table, don't put each gift bag at each individual setting. Instead, use different gifts in each one, and place them all together in the middle of the table. This way, you get immediate interaction between your guests, and add a completely unexpected element to the party.
2) Shine a little light on the matter. If using the gift bags for treats that aren't totally melt-able, try placing a small Floralyte in the middle of the bag, and arrange the treats around them. You'll get an amazingly cool glowing effect from your bag, one that the guests will be talking about long after the party is over.
So, the next time you're setting up your event or party, consider inexpensive plastic gift bags, and let your imagination run wild when determining how best to use them. Your guests will love the extra effort you put in, and a memorable experience will definitely be in the bag.