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We are doing chocolate seashells. I am buying them in bulk locally and bagging them myself...they should work out to about $2 per guest.

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We are having a photobooth and guests get to keep a copy of their photos and the other copy goes in our guestbook for them to sign beside it.

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We are doing personalized shot glasses from favorfavor.com.  They have a silhouette of a palm tree and our names & wedding date.  They are really cute and actually ended up being quite large! Larger then a normal shot glass.  We also got a deal for a photo booth- one of those that prints out 4 pics on a strip of paper.  Groupon.com had a coupon awhile back that was super discounted so we went ahead and did it! It was truly the only thing I wanted for the AHR!

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Originally Posted by amandasalways View Post

 

I want to try and do something Mexican themed, but I think it might be too pricey. We will have to wait and see. I like the candy idea though.

 

 Amanda

 

We are going to order Maracas from amols.com (http://www.amols.com/catalog/product/MX702).  They are $1.65 for a pair and they have a simple design and say "mexico" on them.  We are going to give one per guest, and they'll have a tag on them that says

 

"Instead of tapping on your glass,

here's a system with Mexican class...

stand and shake with all your might,

to see the groom kiss his bride tonight!"

 

This could be a more economical idea for you to think about that involves a little "flare" from Mexico?

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Originally Posted by Stamperamma View Post

 

We are having an AHR, our theme for the party will be a beach cocktail party. We are giving messages in a bottle along with table setting decorations as well we ordered enough mugs for everyone that is invited to the at home reception.

 

Dea

 

That's also the giveaways of my friend when she married on an exclusive beach..

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That is such cute wording for the tag.  Great idea!!
 

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Originally Posted by amandasalways View Post

I want to try and do something Mexican themed, but I think it might be too pricey. We will have to wait and see. I like the candy idea though.



 Amanda

 

We are going to order Maracas from amols.com (http://www.amols.com/catalog/product/MX702).  They are $1.65 for a pair and they have a simple design and say "mexico" on them.  We are going to give one per guest, and they'll have a tag on them that says

 

"Instead of tapping on your glass,

here's a system with Mexican class...

stand and shake with all your might,

to see the groom kiss his bride tonight!"

 

This could be a more economical idea for you to think about that involves a little "flare" from Mexico?



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We've also just added Koozies to our AHR favor list! We had to have a minimum order of 250 koozies so since there are only 20 people going to mexico the koozies have made the AHR favor list :)

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