(Closed) drink tickets – design and wording

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
6597 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

Could you leave the tickets at the bar so that the bartender just pulls a ticket until they run out? That way they don’t have to be pretty!

Post # 4
5890 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2012

@FMM: i’d be worried that some people wouldn’t get a drink in this case.  if you hand out individual drink tickets with the invitation or whatever, then you at least know there is even distribution.  i went to a wedding once with a consumption bar, and the bar hit their pre-determined limit in about 30 minutes (no joke), in which case a lot of people didn’t get a single drink.

Post # 5
1580 posts
Bumble bee

What about just giving them some sort of chip instead of a ticket? You could put a sign at the bar stating that the chips are good for one free drink.

How are you going to hand out the tickets/chips?

Post # 8
529 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

I concur the chip idea.  Definitely print something out, especially if you’re going to be having different drink options.  At the wedding I just went to, each person got 2 drink tickets (circle tokens) and the bar wrote on the back of them what your drink was (wine/beer/mix) so they could keep track of the total cost since not all drinks cost the same.

Post # 10
721 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I like the ones previously posted.  My sister did these at her wedding and the bartender kept a tab of the prices.  Just like keeping a tab for anything else at the bar.

You could have the martini cards printed at Vistaprint with a free business card deal, or use moo cards.  My sister printed them on cardstock and they were very basic…they said “Thank you for sharing in our day.  Enjoy a drink on us!  Love, bride & groom”.

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