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I would check your airline's website for specific policies regarding this. You could also go to TSA | Transportation Security Administration | U.S. Department of Homeland Security


I just made tags and tied them to the bottles with ribbon. I thought about doing labels but was unsure of what the actual size would be. I was happy with the tags because then guests could read the original label and have a true Jamaican souvenir. These favors doubled as place cards. So the guests found their bottle which had the name of their tabe on it. Each table was named after aJamaican rum drink. On the back of each tag/place card I typed the recipe for that drink.
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What a great idea! They look awesome!!!

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Thanks MarieSam I have another question how much did you spend on them and how many did you get and were did you get them from,

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Id like to know that as well.

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I would check your airline's website for specific policies regarding this. You could also go to TSA | Transportation Security Administration | U.S. Department of Homeland Security


I just made tags and tied them to the bottles with ribbon. I thought about doing labels but was unsure of what the actual size would be. I was happy with the tags because then guests could read the original label and have a true Jamaican souvenir. These favors doubled as place cards. So the guests found their bottle which had the name of their tabe on it. Each table was named after aJamaican rum drink. On the back of each tag/place card I typed the recipe for that drink.
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Fabulous! I agree with not covering the original label. Thanks for the ideas!

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I think I spent $5.00 per bottle. We bought them at a store in Montego Bay that our driver recomended. We just gave one per couple since they doubled as place cards so it worked out well.
Hmm, seems a little steep, I'll have to look around, Im sure that I could get them for less. My other option would be to get them off line and have them shipped to my grandmothers house on the island. I need about 25 bottles total.

Thanks Maureen, Ill keep you posted.

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