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#101 latina77

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    Posted 23 January 2010 - 02:02 AM

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    Hi Ladies... I wanted to share some info with everyone.

    My sisters had a wonderful surprise bridal fiesta for me and they gave out these beautiful maracas (one per guest) as the favor. I think I am going to order some smaller ones as favors for my wedding since they looked so nice...and....they say "Mexico" on them.

    I called the vendor and there is no way to get specific colors but for the price you can't beat it: $1.95 per pair if you order over 12 pairs.

    Here is the link -
    Amols' Specialty - Catalog - Traditional Maracas

    I can't figure out how to post the pic but if you're interested let me know I can email you the pic of the ones from my shower. You'll be able to see all the colors. My sisters tied little tags on them that said" "Shake it High, Shake it low...Kirk and Kim are getting married in Mexico"!

    PS: The site also has cute little sombreros to place on sauce bottles- the 2.5 inch ones are super cheap. I am using them to put on mini tequila bottles.

    Hope this info helps!

    xoxo
    I am also getting married in Mexico and organizing my shower which will have a mexican tropical theme! We plan to play mariachi music (on cd) in the background.....our centerprices will be curly twigs with orchids and a few blooms of mexico national flower - DAHLIAS. Did you have your shower already? ANy ideas of games or fun things that can be done taht have a mexican related theme? Were the name tags for your maracas really tiny?

    #102 Pastryqueen_Tanya

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      Posted 23 January 2010 - 01:15 PM

      We went a lIttle overboard. I did oots, fans, luggage tags and then at dinner we have these awesome 8oz stainless steel martini shakers with a 2oz bottle of Appleton rum and a small cocktail mix in different flavours. We personalized the cocktail mix. The shakers were $2 online. I can't remember the name of the website so pm me if you are interested. It was better shipping and no duty if you live in the USA.
      I think they look great!

      #103 simplnsweet

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        Posted 23 January 2010 - 01:22 PM

        thanks ladies, some really good ideas and links to see what you are talking about.

        #104 Laur13

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          Posted 01 March 2010 - 01:13 PM

          We are doing "welcome bags" with a bunch of gifts so I'm not doing "favors" at the wedding. However, I do have maracas for guests at the cocktail party that I will have monogrammed, and I am doing mini mexican tiles for escort cards that they could take home :)
          Lauren

          #105 Tinkatude

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            Posted 02 March 2010 - 03:08 PM

            I gave out welcome bags/OOT filled with goodies and I also gave out little rolling suitcases with our names and date on them...that said thanks for making the trip...it was filled with personalized M&Ms with our faces on it...they also had some double hearts and just married and rob&kim 2-20-10...in the colors of my wedding theme...they were a big hit..

            #106 ktrant

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              Posted 02 March 2010 - 03:24 PM

              I'm actually doing shot glasses that are made in mexico from on of the local vendors. They are red clay with bright artwork painted on them (6 pesos) and then purchasing small bottles of tequila for each table with our personal label on them. I'm also doing the fans for the ceremony.

              For the welcoming gift, I'm having woven tortilla baskets made from a local vendor (65 pesos) and then am buying local bread and sweets to place in them. I'm also doing a welcoming bag with chapstick, sunscreen, and all other small necessities needed for the sun.

              #107 Angelfire

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                Posted 04 March 2010 - 02:10 AM

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                I'm actually doing shot glasses that are made in mexico from on of the local vendors. They are red clay with bright artwork painted on them (6 pesos) and then purchasing small bottles of tequila for each table with our personal label on them. I'm also doing the fans for the ceremony.

                For the welcoming gift, I'm having woven tortilla baskets made from a local vendor (65 pesos) and then am buying local bread and sweets to place in them. I'm also doing a welcoming bag with chapstick, sunscreen, and all other small necessities needed for the sun.


                Great Idea!!!! I just love that you've got local vendors. How did you manage to set that up? I orignally wanted to do that, but wasn't sure where to start so we went with travel mugs and other goodies.

                #108 Angelfire

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                  Posted 04 March 2010 - 02:13 AM

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                  We are also doing a cD and are getting married in Mexico! You seem very ahead of the game considering your wedding is before mine and I am not quite there yet! Ahhh! Anyway do you have some recommended site for mexican songs or mariachi songs?

                  Let me know!

                  Are you looking for love songs? slower songs? or party tunes?
                  I've got some great ideas, just let me know the theme you're using for your cds :)

                  #109 shae

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                    Posted 04 March 2010 - 02:18 AM

                    hi! i made magnets for my favors. they were super easy, cheap and fun to make! check out the thread i posted below...

                    #110 latina77

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                      Posted 12 March 2010 - 04:49 PM

                      Quote:
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                      Are you looking for love songs? slower songs? or party tunes?
                      I've got some great ideas, just let me know the theme you're using for your cds :)

                      Hi Angelfire:

                      I would like to have some mariachi love songs and party songs...a mix of everything to be honest! I would really welcome your suggestions!




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