Post # 1
Here’s a pic of our simple drink tickets. Green and cream paper, printed off of Word, then cut with a teeny die cut leaf. Lining them up has been harder than I anticipated.
Without further ado, here’s those tacky little bastards! LOL! Ignore the gross scratched table.
Post # 3
Cute! And yeah, lining stuff up for printing sucks. They look great, though.
Post # 4
Aw, cute ;D. My Future Sister-In-Law is having leaves in her themed wedding in Oct
Post # 7
Sorry I said bastards on WB. LOL. Drink tickets just cause so much controversy here I thought it was fitting. I finished cutting out 400 of these guys last night. And… they’re like half dollar sized. Soooo cute!
Post # 8
I think these are really cute!
Also, I get so annoyed with people who think that drink tickets and/or cash bars are tacky! I’m not sure what Fiance and I are going to be able to afford yet, but it certainly won’t be an open bar!
Fiance really wants to have beer/wine available for the first hour or something like that, but I personally don’t like either, so that seems kind of poopy that we would spend all that money to have certain things be free for an hour to everyone and then I, the bride, still have to pay extra for my drinks.
I am seriously considering doing the drink tickets if we can afford to pay for alcohol at all. I’m not sure how I would execute it yet (sending 1 per adult with the invitations or having them available at the reception as escort cards) but it seems to be the easiest way to soften the blow of a cash bar for people who really wanted free booze.
Post # 9
These turned out great. I do think that drink tickets, if done poorly, can be tacky. I really like yours; they seem more like a gift 🙂
@tinylittlebird: have them at the reception. I, for one, always misplace wedding invite things (like directions and rsvps). People will be annoyed if they forget them, as someone will. I’d place them with people’s seating cards.
Post # 10
@tinylittlebird We are putting 2 of them next to the drinking glasses on the tables.
Post # 11
They look great. We’re doing drink tokens for the reception. I love the idea. Open bar just gets too out of control.
Post # 12
Drink tokens are a great idea! Our friends are partiers but we just can’t afford an open bar. I know some people think ‘why have a bar… you wouldn’t charge guests at your house’ but we want our friends to have fun, give them a sort of ‘gift’ of some free booze, and if they want more they can determine that.