Custom Canvas Bags Made in the South

When I was planning my recent trip to Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, I was searching for a high quality beach bag. I also envisioned a versatile bag that I could use for my farmers market purchases and travel needs. I heard about Henry Dry Goods from a few friends and after exploring their Instagram feed I knew that I had found just what I was looking for! Henry Dry Goods offers hand-crafted canvas bags with a whimsical touch.  I also love that they’re a family owned company that’s based in Lexington, Kentucky.

The owner, Sherri Henry Wolf, believes in small runs, high quality materials, and attention to detail when it comes to craftsmanship. They offer a variety of sizes, such as the weekender bag, clutches, makeup bags and more. They’re made in the USA with stain resistant canvas — making it the perfect everyday tote. You can personalize your bag in terms of the trim, handle, and monogram colors. I personally loved the blue whale + pink flamingo designs with the pom pom embellishments. I also loved having the option to add my monogram inside the bag (see below). Another amazing customization option they offer is adding your logo (or any image) to your bag. I sent in my Lavin Label logo and they did a phenomenal job matching the color to the leather handles for my weekender bag. I’m in love with their bags and think you will be too!

The best part about Henry Dry Goods is that they are a pleasure to work with! They ensured that I was getting exactly what I wanted. I’ll be using them for holiday gifts this year for sure.  If you love their brand as much as I do, make sure to check out their custom issue pillows!

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Kelli Boyd Photography


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