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Amanda's OOTs (lots of pics)

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Originally Posted by meeshie77 View Post

Love it!  I hope I'm this crafty for my OOT bags.  P.S.  What does OOT stand for...hahahah.
 



 


OOT stands for out of town. wink.gif

 

It's pretty standard to either give them to your guests at a welcome dinner or have the hotel/resort put them in each guests room upon their arrival. It's not something that is considered a "must do" but many, many destination brides do choose to do it.

 

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Originally Posted by jbailey3183 View Post

They look really great!  How many did you have to make?  I am trying to figure out my budget and whether or not I can make OOT bags...


At this point I have only had to make 10 OOTs. That's one per single and one per couple. I have spent roughly $15-20 per bag to this point, still looking to add something special though. Depending on how many are on your guest list, they can be done for relatively inexpensive!

 

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Originally Posted by geminiwanderlust View Post

 

Love the contents...They are great.  Where did you purchase the actual bag?  I am getting married in less than a month and have so much to do!

 

The totes are from Dollar Tree. I actually found out about them through BDW! Here is a thread about them: http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/thread/59298/dollar-tree-tote-bags

 

You really can't beat $1 a piece and you would never guess that they were so cheap if you see them and feel them. If you have a Dollar Tree nearby, I'd suggest going into the store to find them so you can pick your colors. If you order online there is a minimum and you get a variety of colors. Hope that helps! Good luck!!

 

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Originally Posted by deesanders33 View Post

 

Wow so much stuff, how much did you end up spending if you don't mind me asking??

 

So far, about $15-20 per bag and I've made 10 bags.

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