It’s Wedding Tip Wednesday at NYIAD! Every Wednesday afternoon, tune in to the design blog to hear a new piece of planning advice from mentors who have worked in the industry for nearly a decade, coordinating events with a wide spectrum of budgets and client needs.
For today’s tip, consider this:
Have you ever visited relatives for the holidays and had them practically beg you to bring leftovers home so they wouldn’t get stuck eating the same thing for the next week?
When you’re hosting a wedding, you could easily find yourself in those shoes- in the form of a gigantic half-eaten cake.
When planning the special day, couples often forget to envision the occasionally complicated post-ceremony logistics as well- one of which being the loads of leftovers they might get stuck with. To prevent this burden in a creative way, consider investing in some cute to-go boxes for guests. For some, this could supplement a favor or parting gift and minimize budget spend on that front. If nothing else, it’s an easy solution for hosts and an unexpected treat for guests.
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