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leia, i didnt even think about this but now that you mention it, after seeing that post yesterday about the nasty stuff on hotel glasses, i think i'm going to bring my own toasting flutes! i'm sure the hotels will provide both toasting flutes and a cake serving set no matter what though.

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leia, i didnt even think about this but now that you mention it, after seeing that post yesterday about the nasty stuff on hotel glasses, i think i'm going to bring my own toasting flutes! i'm sure the hotels will provide both toasting flutes and a cake serving set no matter what though.
i emailed maye (WC) yesterday to see if Dreams would provide a cake serving set...and she said they don't have a nice one. So i thought i might as well buy toasting flutes too, but wasn't sure.

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We were going to bring toasting flutes that we got as an engagement gift, but then changed our mind when we realized how much other crap we have to bring... but I mean, FI and I are the laziest people EVER (so you might want to disregard my opinion)

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i emailed maye (WC) yesterday to see if Dreams would provide a cake serving set...and she said they don't have a nice one. So i thought i might as well buy toasting flutes too, but wasn't sure.
To be honest I don't even recall what the serving set at Dreams looked it. It did the job and cut our cake.. I don't think something like that would even show up in photos because people are looking at either you or your cake and your hands are on the handle.

As far as glasses, I was handed champagne left and right in the hotel flutes.. I probably would have lost my glass as some point with all the mingling and dancing. If you have the room and you have something special I would say bring it, but if you're like me and had a ton of other stuff.. don't worry about it, it will never be missed!

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FI's mom got us toasting flutes when she was in Ireland so we are bringing those. I don't think I'll be bringing a cake set though. I'm sure they have something to cut it with! Too much stuff!

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