Post # 152
@Muppetfan: Yikes, $350! Granted, I don’t know how many favors you were getting, but our favors ended up costing slightly under $200 for 150ish, and the theme of our wedding was, essentially, craft beer (and many, many… many, people in our family and friends are drinkers).
Thank you! 😛 I was just going to add this to my comment to MuppetFan… I think there’s definitely some “knowing your audience” involved with giving a gift. That being said, the personalization “ruining” favors for people still makes me scratch my head.
Post # 153
@sip: that’s funny because I would love a pint glass with names/dates on it but I would not want a wine glass/champagne flute. Maybe because pint glasses frequently have writing on them and wine glasses don’t?
Post # 154
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Post # 155
@Muppetfan: well most of my pint glasses already have a brewery logo or something on them so the personalized pint glass would be cool, but I wouldn’t use a wine glass with anything on it because I think they look cheesey.
Post # 160
@aggie2010: I am not doing favors either. I have decided if they want favor they can take the decorations lol
Post # 161
Best – personalized bottles of wine for everyone!
Worst – none! I went to a wedding where they actually didn’t have any favors for their guests. There were easily 200 people there. Odd!
Post # 162
@DRodriguez12: Oh Yes that sounds awesome! Invite me to your wedding! 🙂