Post # 1
I would consider myself a fairly classy lady. I mean, I’m not high-end designer type classy, but I did grow up in the suburbs. Anywho, I am also Irish and my hubby-to-be gave me the go-ahead for a St. Paddy’s Day wedding! I was racking my brain for fun favors, and came across the idea of personalized can koozies. Now, we will be drinking green beer in honor of the occasion, but my guy and I really aren’t big drinkers in general. Would giving out the koozies give our guests the wrong idea, or would it be a totally fun and useful take-away? Any feedback is welcome! Thanks, Bees!
Post # 3
I have a collection of koozies from weddings, including the last wedding I attended where no alcohol was served and they’re both recovering alcoholics LOL. I don’t think it sends the message that you’re a drunk or a redneck (haha) and if there’s a theme going on, then run with it!
Post # 4
What’s so redneck about a St Patrick’s Day wedding? I’m having one…..
Post # 5
Can koozies are ok, but I’d rather have one that fits a bottle. Maybe I am too classy to drink beer from cans :-p
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2012 - Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards
Koozies are somewhat common favors in the south. They aren’t really used AT the weddings, though…they’re to use later.
Post # 7
@Ms. Gertie: Its not the date, its the favor that might be “redneck”
Post # 8
I’m not a redneck but I still use a koozie.
Post # 9
I am having Trinity love knot wine stoppers. I won’t have anything cheesy at my wedding. No shamrocks or anything gimmicky.