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#11 puravida2015

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 11:35 AM

Thank you so much @calgarybride2015! I didn't realize the cups were small. I was assuming they'd give us bottle but I completely forgot about mixed drinks or non-alcoholic drinks. I was going to get koozies but I might get these now.

#12 calgarybride2015

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 11:42 AM

Thank you so much @calgarybride2015! I didn't realize the cups were small. I was assuming they'd give us bottle but I completely forgot about mixed drinks or non-alcoholic drinks. I was going to get koozies but I might get these now.

 

I have never seen bottles on a resort.  The only time I saw a can was from the mini-bar in the rooms.

Everywhere was draft beer or mixed drinks.   Wine usually came in a wine glass.

 

While I love the beer koozie idea, I don't think they would get used on the resort, but more back home!


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#13 kmk2016

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 12:13 PM

Agreed. I have been to 30+ all inclusives and it's very rare to see bottles anywhere out and about at the resort. Small 8oz plastic cups are the norm- filled with either drinks or draft.

#14 puravida2015

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 12:45 PM

Yeah I don't know why I thought they'd have bottles or glasses. I totally wasn't thinking!! With all that free flowing alcohol it's not good to have glass around. There would be broken glass everywhere. LOL

#15 palmtree99

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Posted 11 October 2014 - 02:37 PM

I really want to give gifts that my guests will use after the wedding, so we decided to not personalize mugs or koozies. Since our wedding is very small,  we are getting Bubba mugs, and adding a ribbon around it with a lable that says "to have and to hold..and to keep your drink cold". This way, we can use the cute phrase, but its only on a tag and not the mug itself.



#16 kellisbaby

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Posted 13 October 2014 - 11:24 AM

I did "to have and to hold, to keep your drink cold" but I also really like "feet in the sand, drink in the hand".



#17 Surfingsara

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Posted 22 December 2014 - 12:56 PM

@calgarybride2015 I've been having a tough time understanding how/when guests will use the tumbler. Do most people just take them to the bar and ask the bartender to pour the drink in the cup? Or do they just pour it in themselves. Hope this isn't an ignorant question. I like them, I'm just confused as to how my guests will use them. I like the sticker by the way. I agree with omitting monogram or names so the guest will use them again.

Thanks for asking this question! I've been wondering if this is something people would use or not. 


Yeah I don't know why I thought they'd have bottles or glasses. I totally wasn't thinking!! With all that free flowing alcohol it's not good to have glass around. There would be broken glass everywhere. LOL

I live on the beach in North Carolina, and many of our beaches have no glass containers laws. It's because if they break then there is glass every where and people can get cut. We have beautiful beaches in NC, but you would be surprised at how much trash is left by the tourist. I'm assuming people getting cut is why they use plastic cups and they are probably cheaper too.



#18 rachelia160

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Posted 22 December 2014 - 01:37 PM

We have LARGE bubbas! I'll see if I have a picture. There is no way we could get these for our guests, we would need 10 suitcases, but they are awesome.


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If you look at the table behind me, you can see a couple single cups, the large one behind them are empty ones stacked up. They are tiny. The ones I had last time in Mexico were a bit bigger, but not like a tumbler or bubba!


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I think I have to invest in one of these Bubbas for myself and FI. The bigger the better ;) 



#19 Kayla88

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Posted 09 January 2015 - 09:41 AM

I really want to give gifts that my guests will use after the wedding, so we decided to not personalize mugs or koozies. Since our wedding is very small,  we are getting Bubba mugs, and adding a ribbon around it with a lable that says "to have and to hold..and to keep your drink cold". This way, we can use the cute phrase, but its only on a tag and not the mug itself.


I absolutely love the idea of making tags! We have also bought Bubba's for our guest and I really wanted to personalize them in some way however since they are pretty expensive I wanted to make sure that my guest would use them again. Thank you so much for this idea :)

#20 calgarybride2015

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Posted 09 January 2015 - 09:43 AM

I absolutely love the idea of making tags! We have also bought Bubba's for our guest and I really wanted to personalize them in some way however since they are pretty expensive I wanted to make sure that my guest would use them again. Thank you so much for this idea :)


They are on sale again at Canadian tire :)


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Planning Thread - http://www.bestdesti...s-riviera-maya/

 

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Wedding Review http://www.bestdesti...31#entry1885600

 

 





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