Now, I read a LOT about how brides choose to avoid personalized glassware because honestly…where is the person going to put it? Where would they use it? And, perhaps the better advice I received was… everyone will leave them at the reception.
Each shot glass was perfect! I was totally pleased with the final product. And, added bonus, none of them broke in the shipping process (I also noticed they sent us two extra shot glasses … probably in case one had broken during packaging/shipping).
I thought they were cute. Definitely our style and fit in with our wedding theme.
And, you never know. I just might need fifty shot glasses for a house party sometime soon. LOL
*All photography by CSE Photography unless otherwise noted.
What You Missed:
The week before the wedding I got a tattoo! We also had our beach rehearsal before having dinner, handing out bridal party gifts, and a wild after party. The morning of the wedding, I got ready and my girls worked it for the camera. We had a first look and we were off to the ceremony. I shared some candid pictures and the first part of the ceremony. The ceremony continued and then we shared our vows. We had a sand ceremony and our first kiss as husband and wife. We then threw seashells in the ocean and made a wish and took group pictures with our friends and family. We also took private shots of just my groom and I before hopping on the trolley. I shared all the details of our reception, and when we arrived, we mingled with our guests before eating dinner, ate some tasty BBQ, and gave our toasts. We had our first dance to Jason Mraz and the dance party began! I shared our playlist and then I smashed cake in my groom’s face. We did shots every hour and we gave out our favors.
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