(Closed) How Many Wish Tree Cards?

posted 10 years ago in Beehive
Post # 3
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158 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2009

I think if the most important thing to you is to get as many people as possible to fill one out then you should put cards on the tables and at the guest book table and just realize that you are probably going to have a lot of left over cards. If the most important thing is not spending extra money on cards that won’t get used, then put the exact number by the guest book.

Post # 4
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236 posts
Helper bee

Assign someone to collect the unused ones from the tables partway through the night and maybe snatch a few if the ones at the wish table become too low.  Ask you DOC or one of the BMs to take care of this.  Have the DJ anounce during dinner to remind them to make a wish and have someone go around the tables to collect them part way through.  You should have plenty fo cards as most couples will make a joint wish.  Don’t forget to leave a pen or two on the tables to write with (maybe you could tie the cards up in a bundle with a pen and wribbon – you only need one per couple and maybe one extra per table).

 

Post # 6
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286 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2007

I had my wish cards/tree all in one place….right by where people entered the venue (but set up in a way to not hinder traffic flow).  My BMs and MoH helped direct people to the the wish tree, which really helped – I’ve got quite a stack of wishes.  Keep in mind that most couples will fill out only 1 card.

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