Post # 1
I really love the idea…and love the occasional “seasoned” cigar (chocolate…etc…) with a good cocktail of course. Yet I do not know if many of our guests are “big” cigar smokers. Our Event Center has a outside area where smoking and mingling is allowed. Would your guests like it? We have many guests in our age group 30-thru-60 but don’t know if the splurge is necessary. What would you do?
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Post # 3
I think it’d be nice for the guys?
Post # 4
I think that if it fits with your wedding style and personality then okay.
Post # 5
Personally, I wouldn’t have allowed it at my wedding. My dad and I are allergic to smoke.
Post # 6
Personally, I’ve never smoked a cigar or cigarette in my life and never plan to. I wouldn’t take one if it were offered to me as a guest at someone else’s wedding. I also would steer clear of the smoking area. However, if cigars are big in your family or culture, then your guests might be more receptive to it!
Post # 7
We are suppling cigars after dinner because our reception venue has a patio with rocking chairs. I also want to find a cool vintage ashtray to use for it.
Post # 8
What, I’m confused on the idea. Are you having someone there who custom rolls the cigars or just offering cigars?
I like both idea. We will have a box or two of cigars at our wedding and I’M even going to steal one. I don’t smoke cigarettes at all, but occassionally (like once a year) I loooove a cigar!
Post # 9
I went to a garden wedding and one of their favors were cigars. At the end of the night most of the cigars were left untouched by most of the guests. I like the idea of it and think it would be fun, but yes I do think it might be a waste of money. You could always buy a small amount of cigars and place them by the bar with a sign that tells guest were they are allowed to smoke them.
Post # 10
custom rollers. They qouted an amount around $900 for 2hours. With custom bands. 50 are already rolled…apparently you can’t smoke “wet” cigars…so some would be for guest to take home.
Post # 11
It really depends on the group of people. I think it can be really cool, especially if you guys are really into it. I think it would be really neat, but could be a waste of money.
Post # 12
I’d say isn’t probably a waste of money unless you KNOW that a large percentage of your guests really enjoy smoking cigars.