Give Wedding Guests A Taste of Charleston Charm

May 28, 2014 | By | Comments (0)
Photo By Brian Francis

Photo By Brian Francis

Check out this Charleston-inspired collection of goodies and stay tuned to The Daily South for more city-inspired ideas. Your guests will love being greeted with baskets that reflect the personality of your own wedding location.

The Designer: Calder Clark Designs, calderclark.com
The Inspiration: Charleston, South Carolina effortlessly merges the hip with the historic. That blend of old and new gets a spotlight with this basket’s fun mix—a Piggly Wiggly notepad right alongside artisanal cocktail tonic and a brass belt buckle that doubles as a bottle opener.

Get The Products:
Sweetgrass
 Basket
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andmade in the Gullah communities of the Lowcountry, these baskets make an heirloom-worthy gift for guests, $352; visitsoutherncomfort.com.

If your budget won’t allow for the authentic sweetgrass basket go for a less-expensive seagrass version that still has a coastal feel, $29.99; world market.com.

Wine Bottle Candle
Enjoying a nice scent lends itself to a relaxing weekend. Help your guests de-stress, $28; rewinedcandles.com.

Bottle Opener
Give your guests this adorable version that is just as cute as it is useful, $120; hooknhide.com.

Artisan Chocolate Bar
Any of the bars from these Southern chocolatiers is sure to satisfy a sweet tooth,$5; sweeteethchocolate.com.

Sesame crackers—Made right around the corner in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, these tasty little treats are great to grab for those on-the-go, $3.99; oldecolonybakery.com.

Small Batch Tonic
If the pretty packaging isn’t enough to sell you on Jack Rudy’s small batch tonic, the flavor will be, $32 for two; jackrudycocktailco.com.

What local artisan goods are a must for visitors of your favorite Southern city?

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