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Glassware: Not sure about the kitchen/ bartending space but depending on how many people you're having that could be very messy with used glasses and the bar keep having to constantly be washing if you have heavy drinkers. I think the disposable ones are a great option.Chairs: wondered this myself so no help here.Candles: Floating are generally cheaper than large pillars. Do you have a Old Time Pottery in you area? Dollar tree is a good place as well as the usual suspects Michaels etc.
I bought 200 10 oz disposable cups from smartyhadaparty. Very pleased with them. I also got 100 shot glasses. With all this talk, I may order some disposable wine glasses/champagne flutes. We expect to only have 60 at most, and I bought more than Culinary Pros suggested for my guest count.
We have the hospitality suite too and I like the idea of plastic cups. Less mess to clean up! We're planning for 100 people, but Im not to worried about the chairs. This suite is just for cake, drinks, and music. We're having lunch in the MB buffet after our ceremony.And I'm still undecided about the candles...but I may get some aroma candles for the bathrooms Thanks for this post! Perfect timing too, I need to order my cups this week! And I love the smarty website!! Thanks ladies!