Does anyone have any unique/creative ways to explain the tradition of the cookie table to out of town guests? My mom's whole side of the family is from the philadelphia area and they don't understand that it's a staple in pittsburgh weddings, and therefore, i absolutely am having one at my wedding!
When we toured our venue, it was set up for a wedding later that day and the "favors" were bags for the cookie table, with the tradition explained right on the bag and they were placed at every place setting. I love this idea and might use it (especially because I don't want to spend money on favors, but that is a good way to get rid of leftover cookies!), but I was wondering if anyone else has done or seen something else fun to explain the tradition behind it? I've seen the framed poems on Etsy that you place on the table, some of those are cute too. Our wedding isn't for another year and a half but I'm trying to get all of my plans together now so I can properly budget, so any ideas or suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!!