Post # 1
So Fiance and I decided to buy Girl Guide cookies as our favors. We’re supporting our community…and who doesn’t love cookies.
Anyways…I bought DYI labels for the printer but I have no clue what to say.
Fiance and I always joke about junk food that if you share it, there are no calories in it. So, it would be funny to try and get that in there. We also want to have a Thank you from us and if possible mention that they are helping to support a Brownie troop.
Anyone have any creative ways of getting all that into a sticker? Maybe even an idea for a fake logo? The stickers are approx 2.5 DIA circles, so there’s quite a bit of room.
Any input is greatly appreciated!
Post # 4
Nothing right now but I’ll see if anything bubbles up in the next little while.
Love those cookies btw!!
Post # 5
Are you going to cover up the fact they’re girl guide cookies or are the guests going to know they are GG cookies?
Post # 6
Sounds adorable! No one will leave those favours behind.
What is the overall theme of your wedding?
Hi from a fellow Canadian, BTW!
Post # 7
Love the idea!
What about placing the label over the nutriotnal information on the side of the box? You can wriite funny things in small font so that it looks like nutritional information.
Post # 8
The Girl Guide motto is Be Prepared
The Brownie motto is Lend a Hand
Their logo is a trefoil
I would do a variation of that with three rings
Print the rings in gold- label bride, groom, date
Thank you for being here for us and the Browies.
Be prepared for snack emergencies.
ps if you share, they have no calories.
Post # 9
@happyface: We don’t plan on covering anything up. Girl Guides does a pretty good job plastering their name and logo all over the box. I would literally have to colour the box black to hide all of their insignia.
@idamay: We are getting married the civic long weekend in August. We are having our reception on the lake and bbq reception…we don’t really have any theme. Hopefully it won’t be too hot!
@purple_sofia: I like that idea! I might have to exchange the labels though. These round ones are way to big to fit the side of the box.
@julies1949: Thanks! Your ideas are great…I really like the be prepared part. Somehow I totally forgot about that lol
Post # 10
@Nicoso: You could wrap the box in a paper or cloth napkin, then tie on a tag.