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5 Ways to Tell Your Guests They Can't Take the Centerpiece
5 Ways to Tell Your Guests They Can't Take the Centerpiece

5 Ways to Tell Your Guests They Can't Take the Centerpiece

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Believe me when we tell you that there is nothing worse than having to pay for centerpieces that you had to return because your guests decided to take them home. The bases alone can cost over $30 each!

Why? Why? Why? We really don't know who started this trend and who told them they could take the arrangements home. It's just something so natural to do and if you don't say anything, you could give a goodbye kiss to your adorable arrangements.

Here are five ways to tell your guests that they should leave the centerpiece where it is…nicely, of course.

  • Place a label on the centerpiece that says: "I belong to the Quinceañera"

Stick it to the table! I'm not kidding, use double-sided tape!

  • Add a note on the bottom of the base, "Do you want to take me home? Please pay $30 for my replacement to the quinceañera"
  • Leave an envelope on the table, "centerpiece $30"
  • Make an announcement on the microphone saying "all centerpieces are available for sale" because it will be a donation to a charity organization and your guests will have the opportunity to contribute to something good.

 

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Or anything else you can come up with will be fabulous!

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