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I am off to old navy tomorrow to steal this idea, thanks it's a good one! What are you going to put them in at the wedding, are you going to have them at the ceremony site, or the reception site, and did you buy random colours. Whew, that was alot of questions!

 

Kelly~

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I am off to old navy tomorrow to steal this idea, thanks it's a good one! What are you going to put them in at the wedding, are you going to have them at the ceremony site, or the reception site, and did you buy random colours. Whew, that was alot of questions!

Kelly~
There are a lot of things you can do with this idea.

1. If you're having your ceremony on the beach, you can have them in a basket right where the sand starts and guests can take them from there.

Or

2. Also, if you're having your ceremony on the beach, you can put buckets of rose water right where the sand starts so after the ceremony your guests can wash off their feet and then grab a fresh pair of flip flops to put on.

Or

3. You can just put the flip flops in a basket at the reception site for the female guests to take once their high heels start to hurt.

I just ended up getting all different colors and different sizes. I'm going to take off the plastic hanger thingy that Old Navy put on them to tell you what size they are and instead I'm going to tie each pair of flip flops together with ribbon and attach a tag with the size. Have fun with this. Your guests will love it.

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I got my sizes from everyone and ordered extras - blue for ladies, red for the guys. We are putting them out at the reception with the "Dancing Shoes" sign. I ordered them from OldNavy.com - $2 per pair, $5 shipping.

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