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I was wondering how everyone figured out what sizes to buy their flip flops for their guests in. I wanted to order a few from OldNavy since I have a coupon and they are on sale right now.

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I think I remember reading that 7.5 is the average shoe size for US, but I knew my bridal parties shoe sizes so was able to buy from that. I would just buy a variety of sizes, but don't forget the ones with small feet too!

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No I don't, but google might. I tried to google womens to see a definitive answer, but couldn't find one for woman. I think there was a website dedicated to mens average shoe size.

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Hi Girasole!! I see you're wedding date is fast approaching!! How exciting. I'm also getting married in TC but in November.

Thanks Carly I am gonna google away, I know I shouldn't be buying stuff so early for the wedding but I can't help it. I have been finding some really great deals and can't help but take advantage now.

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On my RSVP cards, I asked for flip flop sizes for my guests. Too bad I don't know who all is coming yet or I'd get some if they are on sale this week!! Old Navy is the way to go, 2 for $5 is CHEAP!! I've read on here that they some times have $1 sales but I don't know when that happens.

 

Could you ask your friends for sizes by FB or twitter? maybe have a parent get in touch with relatives that don't use social networking?

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Originally Posted by wendyjd View Post
On my RSVP cards, I asked for flip flop sizes for my guests.
Could you ask your friends for sizes by FB or twitter? maybe have a parent get in touch with relatives that don't use social networking?
I kind of did the same thing & just asked. Since I was always emailing my guests about wedding related things, I just sent out a mass email asking everyone their size in flip flops & t-shirts. Then I made a spreadsheet & compiled the info. It all worked out just fine & everyone answered promptly.

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