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Thanks for the site. I have a question for you all about wedding favors...for those of you who will be having a reception when you get back...are you still going to provide favors? We aren't having a "formal" sit down reception, just cocktails and ap's...we want more of a big celebration bash with everyone.

 

Is it strange to have favors with the wedding date if they didn't even get to see the wedding?

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I don't think I will do favors - but probably just the OOT bag - which will have some fun things in it, probably something w/the wedding date or at least our names (koozies, water, luggage tags, etc.)

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I don't think I will do favors - but probably just the OOT bag - which will have some fun things in it, probably something w/the wedding date or at least our names (koozies, water, luggage tags, etc.)
Ann,
Where are you getting your luggage tags? Did you fiind a favor website for those or just a store near you? Do you know if there are any cool "beachy" type tags? I am going to search the net for them now, but if you have any direction for me to go...let me know :)
Thanks!

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my dad asked me last night, "What are favors and how many do you have to give out" so apparently he was not planning on paying for that. I don't think you have to give favors, I think people used to give almonds or chocolate, but I have been to wedding where people just had the bubbles on the table and had a little note thanking them for coming. I think I will do favors just beacuse I like this one and my fiance does too.

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Those are so cute and btw I was totally thinking of you last night b/c I was going through my old Modern Bride's and came across a bride who had her wedding in Napa and did her whole decor in bordeaux and I thought of your beautiful sash etc. Let me know if you want the article (assuming you haven't already seen it)

 

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