- 3 years ago
What do you think?
What do you think?
I like them :). It might help if you add a poll
what’s inside the white plastic bottle? (under the ribbon?)
Are the bubbles glued to the tea bag? Can you seperate them without ripping the bag?
Do you want your guests to use the bubbles at your wedding? Like for your exit or something? Also, do all your guests drink tea?
MOHlookingForIdeas: the bubbles can easily be untied and taken off of the tea bag and the bag set aside Or put in your purse or something. All they would have to do it untie it.
Mrs_Purple: I do. But it doesn’t seem like people are liking this idea so far on here. I doubt all of my guests like tea (statistically speaking anyway) but the majority do.
Milibee13: I do like tea (how much can you brew with your favor: one cup? one pot?)
to me it seems a bit odd to pair it with bubbles… i wouldn’t necessarily attach those two but maybe just leave them seperate? i do get your point that bubbles are pretty to look at – but maybe just set those bottles on a extra table? (and maybe add some handmade labels or stickers to the bubbles bottel?)
if i were doing these i think there are some things that go better with the teabag… like either more tea, a cup, a spoon, a tea strainer… (but i do understand if you want to keep it simple)
I like both items but they serve different purposes. I think tying them together is what is a little confusing. Separately I like them both. Tie the cute ribbon on the tea and set out the bubbles at the appropriate time. Cute!
Milibee13: It is neat! i would just sit them in two extra boxes, know what i mean?
maybe i am weird for thinking this but i wouldn’t tie chocolatte and a candle together… and this is why i feel bubbles and tea don’t “tie” together… (like i would hate the chemical bubble stuff to spill on my tea; imagine someone not knowing what’s in it & then opening the top and sort of get the chemical bubbly fluid it on the tea?); but maybe everyone else is way less clumsy & doesn’t mind 😀