Client: Sachin & Sowparnika destination wedding hampers
Objective: To curate room hampers to greet guests in their room when they attend a destination wedding. The hamper must;
- Contains a mix of edibles
- Have an item to help the guests relax
- Be curated in a basket rather than a box
Approach: When Sachin and Sowparnika told us about their destination and the wedding plans, we decided that we’d be putting together a gift hamper that feels warm and welcoming as they will be receiving this in their rooms. As the wedding festivities were going to be long, the couple requested an item that would help their guests relax after the events.
The final curation included a mix of edibles and keepsakes, all curated in a woven basket that reminds one of the outdoors and picnic lunches. The hamper included two sheet face masks to help one relax and rejuvenate after a long day. The hamper held a mix of edibles that were healthy and indulgent – a pack of spicy, mixed dry fruits, a jar of crunchy seed mix, a jar of crispy waffle chips coated with chocolate, and a box of Pringles. The couple also wanted to include a Blooming flower tea – a soothing green tea that is rich with antioxidants that help to relax. The last item in the hamper was a wax sachet – a keepsake to keep the lingering memories of the celebration alive.
The hamper was assembled in a woven basket made of dried palm leaf which gave the hamper a very warm and welcoming feel. With the snacks and the facemask, the hamper was able to fulfill the client’s needs.
From The Client: “We were looking for a hamper that will greet our guests in their room. We wanted the hamper to be warm and welcoming and have something in it so that the guests could relax after the events. We were also keen on having various snacks and the final hamper came together with everything that we wanted.”
Conclusion: The idea behind this wedding hamper was wholesome and the team at BoxUp Luxury Gifting was thrilled to curate something for the occasion. The comments on the hampers were very positive as they made the guests feel welcome. The curation was apt as return gifts at the wedding.