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Bride's or Groom's Name First on Party Favors
When you are planning a wedding there is a lot more to worry about than just ordering your supplies and decorations. Just like every step of the wedding, there are rules of etiquette on wording for the bride and groom's name.
So you may be wondering what name format to use on your party favors, wedding décor, invitations, etc. Is it the Groom's name or the Bride's name first? First and foremost, I must mention, it is your wedding and your day, so you can do whatever you want to. However, tradition or custom states a particular order as to whose name goes first.
American custom or tradition states the name of the bride precedes the groom's name on any printed items. So if you are known as "Brian and Sarah", your napkins in this case will be "Sarah and Brian", with Sarah obviously being the bride. The same applies if you are using initials or a monogram. So again, you are S&B. When adding names to party favors, supplies and decorations, in most cases, you will use first names only, no surnames needed.
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Help Support Children with Caner by Donating to St. Jude with Party Favors.
We will be participating in a Trike-a-Thon, May 18 - May 25, 2012, along with ICOG's Hope Child Care to raise funds for St. Jude Research Hospital. Trike-A-Thon is a fun, week-long safety curriculum and fundraising program that supports St. Jude. The program is a great way for daycare centers, preschools and other organizations to teach children valuable riding-toy safety lessons, which they learn from Bikewell Bear® and Pedals the Bunny® through educational materials provided by St. Jude. At the end of the week, children bring their riding toys to school to celebrate the lessons they have learned and their fundraising success for St. Jude.
To help show our support, 5% of all purchases made at 123wrapper.com during our week long fundraising event, will be donated to St. Jude. In addition to donating a percentage of your purchase to charity, we are offering free standard shipping during this time. No mi…
So you purchased a set of our beautiful mini cube favor boxes but they look nothing like the 2x2" perfect cube you expected. Our mini cube favor boxes ship flat so assembly is required. We've put together an easy step-by-step guide with photos to easily walk you through the assembly. If you have any additional question, feel free to contact us. You can find these and a host of other favor boxes on our site at Jubilee Favors.
So you've decided to create a candy buffet for your next event. Candy buffets are hip and now a popular trend for all ages. Many brides/hosts are using candy buffets as an alternative to party favors. But how much candy do you need? As a general rule of thumb, 1/3 to 1/2 pound per guest. This means that if you have 50 guests, you will need as much as 400 ounces or 25 pounds. This estimate takes into account that some guests will take more and some may take less or none at all. It's better to have too much candy than too little - imagine being the last person in line. Having enough candy is crucial to making a buffet look good.
So how much is 1/2 pound? 1/2 pound is equivalent to approximately 8 ounces depending on the size of the candy. Measurements depend on the size and density of your sweets. Below we've included a handy chart to give you a better idea. CupsSmall Candy OuncesMedium Candy OuncesLarge Candy Ounces1/4c2oz1.5oz1oz1/32.752.521/243.52.52/35.54.533…