Post # 1
I’m trying to find a non-tacky way to let people know that certain favors are for a couple vs. each individual.
We have a photobooth and personalized guitar picks (enough for everyone). But we will also be having custom cookbooks and custom posters made (since we’re having it at a music venue). I don’t really know if there would be any reason that a couple would need more than one cookbook or more than one poster per couple. And I don’t want to be stuck with 70 extras at the end.
So does anyone have any advice on how to go about this???
Thanks so much!
Post # 3
Thats pretty easy. Pass the big favors out at dinner or whenever the guest sit down. Maybe have one of the BMs or GMs that way no one can try for more then their fair share.
Post # 4
i love cookbooks. what a cool favour.
Post # 5
I think it depends on your guests, quite frankly. No offense, but some people just lack tact and are gift-grabby, so they will take two cookbooks, even though they are one household. Some people will actually consider if they would use it, and may not take one (we avoid taking favors whenever possible). I went to a wedding with pricey, large favors that were intended for a household (and not individual). They gave it out at the end when people started leaving and they had a couple of attendants hand them out individually. I guess very impolite people would ask the attendants for another, but most people would take that as a cue that it’s 1/household.
Another option is to customize them. For example, your posters/cookbooks could have a tag that states, “Thank you Mr. and Mrs. X for coming!” and since each one is labelled, I’m going to assume no one will grab one that’s clearly marked for another person.