Looking for some fall-inspired goodies for your guest welcome bags? The season's fresh produce is a great place to start; just add some autumn-ish goodies and locally sourced treats, and you'll be good to go. A lot of these items would make great favors, too!
Head to your area Farmers Market or grove and snap up some fresh locally grown goodies - how about mini honey jars or freshly picked citrus? You could tuck in some homemade scones or muffins to round out a light morning bite or afternoon snack for your guests. And I just love the idea of wrapping up oranges or tangerines in reusable produce bags.
Let's be honest: most hotel coffee and tea choices leave a lot to be desired. Why not provide your loved ones with better options? Locally roasted coffee (Subculture Coffee from West Palm Beach, and Panther Coffee from Miami) or citrus-flavored teas (key lime hibiscus and Wild Sweet Orange) are two good choices.
Don't Forget the Sun
It may be fall, but it's still Florida. Travel-sized sun protection is always a good bet! Sun Bum lip balms (in Key Lime and Grapefruit) are made in Cocoa Beach and perfectly priced, and Banana Boat makes affordable mini sunscreens in tube and packet form that you can buy in bulk.
Wrap it up Pretty
Skip the tote - the small version of this seagrass basket from World Market is affordable and adorable.
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