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OOT... What did your guests really use?

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This thread is making my list longer, not shorter like I thought it would.
lol! I know, I've added a bunch to my list too! Well, can't say you didn't try!

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Originally Posted by Morgan View Post
This thread is making my list longer, not shorter like I thought it would.
lol! I know, I've added a bunch to my list too! Well, can't say you didn't try!

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Okay, dumb question, but do you think it would be a PITA bringing little water guns in your suitcase with all the heightened security everywhere? I want to add these to my OOT bag list, but don't want any hassles bringing them with me.. even though they are obviously plastic.. :P

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What type of design are you doing for your shirts? My mom really wanted to do a group shirt... but I'm a bit skeptical on whether people would wear them. (we will have a wide variety of guest types/ages)
This is my dilemma. I definitely want to do a shirt so I'm thinking along the lines of something very generic yet a design specific to Jamaica. Like "I love Jamaica" or "Ocho Rios Jamaica" with a palm tree or something. I don't want to get anything with our names & date cuz I'm not too sure that people would really be into wearing shirts again when they are home, that have our names on them, especially the guys.

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Okay, dumb question, but do you think it would be a PITA bringing little water guns in your suitcase with all the heightened security everywhere? I want to add these to my OOT bag list, but don't want any hassles bringing them with me.. even though they are obviously plastic.. :P
I don't think it should be a problem. I mean like you said, they're plastic. I'd just be prepared in the event that you get stopped & they make you open up your bag.
My concern is how the hell am I getting allllllll this stuff that I have in mind down there. I know I'm gonna have at least 2 bags of just wedding stuff. I know I'm giving some things to family & friends to bring but geez this is really adding up. I just pray that my bags are not overweight....shots.gif

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I have not read any of this thread, but my guests mostly used the following:

 

Flip Flops, all the women used them

Pashmina - some wore them as swimsuit wraps and others at night, but I say all the women use them.

Water bottles - got used by most people

Body Spray - men and women loved it and used it

Beach bags, they all used the bags on the beach

I am not sure about the soaps and razors and stuff because I did not see them use those :)

Tylenol, everyone told me they used that

Lip Balm, only gave to women, they loved it

T-shirts, only gave to men and they all wore them at least once

 

If I think of anything else, I will let you know.

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Originally Posted by Chiquita View Post
Okay, dumb question, but do you think it would be a PITA bringing little water guns in your suitcase with all the heightened security everywhere? I want to add these to my OOT bag list, but don't want any hassles bringing them with me.. even though they are obviously plastic.. :P
No, I don't think it should be a problem. Just make sure you don't try to bring one on board and have it in your checked bag instead :)

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I got a shirt one time for a wedding and the only time we wore it was for the plane ride because they asked us all too. Don't want to bum you out but if there are a lot of 20 somethings going they will probably feel the same way.

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