Post # 1
How are you planning (or how did you) organize your bubbles for guests to use at the end of the wedding? We do not have assigned seating so we can’t put them at the tables. The bubbles we’re using are the skinny white tubes with the heart topper from the knot. Any ideas on what type of basket or box to put them in so they look somewhat presentable? Pictures would be greatly appreciated!!
Post # 3
My friend put hers in baskets next to her guestbook, that way you could grab them if you wanted them. They were just plain white baskets–no handles, a few inches deep, nothing fancy. No pics of it tho, sorry!
Post # 4
well i forgot the batteries for mine, lol. We were going to have my DOC give them to lke, 5 strategically placed guests and tell them to shoot as we exited. Those little ones are tough to blow out of! Baskets are nice! Do you have a little kid that would pass them out? That’s cute too
Post # 5
we had the same ones only pink! Ours were placed on the same table as our programs with a sign to grab them both as they took their seats 🙂
Post # 6
Thanks ladies, those are all good ideas! I think a low white basket will work best. Maybe I can give them to my hotel coordinator to give out. I think my little sister might be too tired to hand them out (she’s 2 1/2).
@nvybaby82 – did your guests have to hold them the whole night? I would be worried my guests would set them down in different places throughout the night and then would be empty-handed come bubble time!
Post # 7
@soontobe – I’m pretty sure most of them placed them at their seats with their programs and favors. Everyone had them at the end of the evening so it some how worked out 🙂 we also had extras placed in a basket on the gift table. The pics with everyone blowing them turned out beautifully!
Post # 8
I put ours in a clay pot that had black & white polka dot ribbon tied around it. One of my best friends will hand them out as people arrive to the ceremony and they’ll explain when to use them. We’re having guests use them as we recess from the ceremony.