Planning for a travel-themed wedding celebration?
Take your guests on an adventure around the world, with delicious teas that evoke memories of beautiful cities, or a customised luggage tag that will accompany them on their holidays.
Here are four of our picks.
There are only so many days a year we can take off on our sojourns, but the joys of tea can be an everyday affair. Combining these two pleasures, every cup of the wanderlust-inspired Duo, Trio or Quinto Tea Sets from TWG will take your guests on a delectable journey, be it through a spice market in Istanbul, cosmopolitan Shanghai or mysterious Moscow.
When it comes to luxury travel, the Luxe City Guides are known for their on-point recommendations. You might have found perfect travel guides in them on your own romantic escapades, so why not share the pleasure by gifting them to your guests? These pocket-sized booklets show the best restaurants and bars to hang out at and how to navigate the city like a pro.
Does your love story start in romantic Paris? Perhaps it was in bustling New York when you first met your better half. Share memories of your favourite travel destinations through scents, which have been said to trigger the most vivid memories.
Whether the first lines of your couplehood were written in a library among rows of old books or under pouring rain, capture the essence of your romantic adventure with a customised fragrance by local perfumer Scent By Six. The production process takes on average eight weeks to complete from scratch. Choose from 3ml to 100ml bottles.
A perfect parting note for your destination wedding: a personalised luggage tag for each guest as a reminder of how they’ve been a part of your transition into a new chapter of life. Painstakingly handmade by local artisans at Bynd Artisan, these tags are made from natural grained cow hide leather, suede inner lining and linen thread stitching.
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