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In Response to Re: Anyone handwriting their own escort cards?:
This exactly haha!I handwrote mine last night. I just busted them out in my regular printing, long ago I thought of doing something nice, or fancy, but now I don't really care, I just want it done.
Posted by poison+kisses
In Response to Re: Is it tacky to have a tip jar for your bartender?:
Having a tip jar does not mean you are asking your guests to pay the tip. Like I said, the jar doesn't make people tip. Those who will do it with or without the jar, and those who won't, won't. Period. She already said she had money set aside for the bartender and not a small amount either. I think it's terrible how often people are called "rude" here.In Response to Re: Is it tacky to have a tip jar for your bartender? : No, they are not rude because they give the option to tip. People always have the option to tip. It is rude that the host is putting the duty to tip on the guest rather than paying the tip themselves. Asking your guests to pay for anything at a hosted event is rude. I don't know why this would be amazing to you. Hosting your guests is the very basic foundation of wedding manners.
Posted by MyNameIsNot
I'm not with the majority on this one. Tips are not mandatory, so the presence of a tip jar does not mean each of your guests need to tip. People are hosting your dinner and drinks all night and suddenly they are rude because you have the opportunity to throw down a dollar to an employee? Give me a break. People who will tip will do so with or without a tip jar. People who won't, won't, with or without a tip jar. I don't believe a tip jar is rude in any way. It never ceases to amaze me how often the word "rude" is thrown around on these message boards.