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I got the white ones at Party City.  I looked every time I went to the supermarket or liquor store and only fond striped ones or wooden ones.  I finally found them at Party City - they had a bunch of options.  The white ones were a little more money - about $4 for 250.  The other options were the same price for like 1,000.

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There are awesome!!  Great job.  May I ask what size labels you used?  This is definitely a great save!
 

Originally Posted by skp1 View Post

I copied this idea from another BDW bride who did an English/Spanish version for her Mexico wedding.  I decided for mine, we'd toast Jewish & Italian.  I didn't want to deal with cutting and pasting so I used file folder labels (my office had boxes of extra since we file electronically now) and just trimmed the ends.  I printed them at work so the only cost was buying the stirrers. I'll have these set out at the bar for a personal touch.

 

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coconoir - I used file folder labels - these were Avery 8066.  They were a little longer and i just trimmed off the edges to make them the right size.  I had to play around with test prints to make sure I wasn't printing on the part I was cutting off.

 

Good luck!

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Thanks a bunch.. I'm going to order like now ;-)

 

Originally Posted by skp1 View Post

coconoir - I used file folder labels - these were Avery 8066.  They were a little longer and i just trimmed off the edges to make them the right size.  I had to play around with test prints to make sure I wasn't printing on the part I was cutting off.

 

Good luck!



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skp1

 

Would you mind sharing your template?

 

Originally Posted by skp1 View Post

I copied this idea from another BDW bride who did an English/Spanish version for her Mexico wedding.  I decided for mine, we'd toast Jewish & Italian.  I didn't want to deal with cutting and pasting so I used file folder labels (my office had boxes of extra since we file electronically now) and just trimmed the ends.  I printed them at work so the only cost was buying the stirrers. I'll have these set out at the bar for a personal touch.

 

DSC00781.JPG DSC00782.JPG



 

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Those are very cute!

 

We did a similar thing for my mom's wedding a few years ago - she married a man from Australia, she's Canadian, so we made Aussie and Canadian flags on toothpicks and stuck them in the cake when the cake was cut. It was very cute!

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