(Closed) Good Quality Plastic Glasses

posted 4 years ago in Food
  • poll: Have you ever had a bad experience using plastic glassware at an event?
    Yes : (5 votes)
    56 %
    No : (4 votes)
    44 %
  • Post # 3
    9920 posts
    Buzzing Beekeeper
    • Wedding: June 2013

    I would check out rental costs…plastic glasses will be thrown away and might not even be recyclable…

    If you don’t care about that, make sure they’re not the biodegradable kind (funny advice, I know, given my last sentence!)…my aunt and uncle used biodegradable plastics at their rehearsal dinner and no one could cut their meat…

    Post # 4
    1118 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: August 2013

    We didn’t use plastic, we wanted real cups. Instead of renting we decided to buy them, it was a lot less expensive! We bought all of our glasses (130) at dollarama, and then gave them away to our guests and sold the ones that didn’t get taken on kijiji. We used a lot of different shapes and styles of glasses, which everyone thought was neat, but we found out that we could’ve bought just the regular wine glasses by the boxes if we had wanted to.

    Post # 7
    1118 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: August 2013

    @wildflowersong:  It was definitely a little inconvenient, but we had to bring everything to the venue ourselves anyways. A big advantage to giving them away was that they didn’t have to be washed! We used plastic plates and cutlery though (nice stuff!) so that my family wouldn’t have to spend forever doing dishes.

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