(Closed) How many flipflops?

posted 10 years ago in Favors
Post # 3
88 posts
Worker bee

We are ordering 80 for a reception of 150… enough for all the ladies. We will have some left over, but the company that is printing them charges less for a minimum order of 80….

Post # 4
236 posts
Helper bee

Any suggestions on where to get them in bulk at a good price?  We are thinking of ordering about 75 for 180 guests (lots of kids at the wedding).

Post # 5
375 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

I ordered mine from Old Navy; they were $2.50 a pair. I am only providing 30 pairs for a similarly sized wedding, though I am also giving some to my BMs in their welcome bags. I could see where I might provide more, but I am thinking that is enough for 1/5 guests, which seems like a reasonable amount. For everything else-water bottles at ceremony, fans, sunscreen, favors, cookies at the end of the night, we are providing an exact count. HTH!

Post # 6
1061 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

80 is alot of flip flops. We ordered 40 for a wedding of 150 people and had some left over at the end of the night. Like ErinMarieMack, I also gave separate ones to my BMs. I also got them from Old Navy.

Post # 7
4 posts

I bought mine for $1 at Family Dollar. It was their end of summer clearance so now is a REALLY good time to get them. I got 25 and am planning on about 300 People at my reception. I don’t think the older adults will dance enough to need them.

Post # 8
57 posts
Worker bee

I only got about 20 pairs, with a guest list of 150.  I took a look at my guest list, and figured most of the women in my Grandma’s and Mom’s generations won’t be kicking off their heels, so I just provided for the younger women.  I got them 50 cents a pair on clearance at JoAnn, so not much help for those ordering now. 

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