Posted 22 April 2009 - 01:13 PM
Sparkles- I agree with you, coming from the east coast and staying 5 nights is costing our guests a lot of money, we want to treat them!
Posted 13 May 2009 - 07:35 PM
Posted 15 May 2009 - 01:45 PM
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This might be a stupid question, but what does "OOT" stand for? I have the same question. I have been looking at websites and talking to friends. You can't bring anything perishable with you going through customs in Mexico, right? So I think we will be depending on the Costco or Walmart that is there. Did anyone do that? Also, we were going to try to put snacks and water and such because the hotel restaurants are so expensive, we wanted to try to offset the cost by adding enough treats to tie them over til dinner. Did anyone do something like that? I was thinking of using the eco-friendly bags you can buy at the grocery store to use instead of monogrammed bags that look really expensive. I thought I would personalize by buying luggage tags to add with monograms or something. I am all over the place I guess. I just want them to be useful and cute and the same time. Any suggestions?
Posted 15 May 2009 - 03:54 PM
Circa 2004 - Our first picture together!
Posted 16 May 2009 - 04:20 PM
If you want it custom designed for your wedding, (screen printing, not iron on as the bag would melt due to material), they charge a $20 set up fee.
I like this bag because:
Of the material - sand won't stick to it
Of the size - fits towel, flip flops, camera, sunscreen & waterbottle
It comes in several 2 tone combinations
Has a drawsting closure
Can be worn as a backpack
I will try to go there within the next week to take pictures and post for other brides.
I also have a 5% off shipping card so I can save you a little on shipping.
http://www.michaelsteingard.comMichael and Phil Steingard are located in Ontario, but travel to Punta Cana quite often during the year. There is a good chance they will be down already during your wedding week, so this will cut travel costs
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Posted 19 December 2010 - 06:04 PM
I didn't know whether to do one welcome bag per room or per person. We have about 37 people, but only about 20 rooms booked. I'm thinking about doing 1 per room since most of the people are couples sharing a room. Any suggestions?
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