- Mrs. Kitten
- 9 years ago
- Wedding: April 2018 - The Grand Old House, Grand Cayman
One of the dangerous things about Weddingbee is that you can become TOO INSPIRED by all the wonderful wedding goodness you read about on the site. The possibilities for making your wedding personal and customized are endless! And if you are short on time, it can be difficult to squeeze in all of the things you want to do before the wedding.
After outlining the terrifying to-do-list of tasks I need to complete before the wedding, I realized there were a few things I left off! Moo cards are one of those things! I have been coveting Moo cards for a while now. A long line of Bees have used them for various purposes. For those of you who don’t know, Moo prints business cards, post cards, stickers, and other products. The cool part is that you get to print multiple images or text in a set of cards. For example, if you order 100 cards, you can have a different design on each one! Plus, the cards are printed on both sides, increasing your design options even more! Miss Hot Cocoa recently blogged about her Moo cards, featuring her engagement pictures!
I have yet to order my Moo cards (of course!) but I have a few ideas about how I will use these lovely little multi-taskers:
Photo Website Reminders: We are going to print cards asking guests to upload their photos from the wedding weekend to our Flickr site. I am getting an upgraded Flickr account to accommodate everyone’s photos. Here are some cute examples of cards (not necessarily Moo cards though) reminding guests about the photo website:
Cocktail Hour Quiz Cards: I first saw this idea on Flickr. We are going to create fun trivia cards to entertain our guests during cocktail hour. They will be placed on cocktail tables and along the bar, and hopefully they will break the ice and get people talking! You can view a great example of these cards here and here. Here are a few sample questions we have thought of:
*Where did Mr. K and Miss. K meet?* a) At the gym b) Through a mutual friend c) In class d) On the internet
*How long have Mr. K and Miss. K been engaged?* a) 6 months b) 18 months c) 24 months d) 30 months
*When Mr. K visited Miss K in Spain, his favorite Spanish word was:* a) Dentista! b) Ordenador! c) Mantequilla! d) Cerveza!
The Kittens in Spain circa 2005.
Just in case it wasn’t obvious enough that we were tourists, Mr. K brought our Lonely Planet “Spain” book everywhere we went.
We are still thinking up questions for the cards (something else to tack on to the monster to-do-list!). What sorts of questions would you ask your guests?
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