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Wedding essentials: Promotional Party Sticks

With a whopping 88 per cent of Americans marrying in their lifetime, and an average of 130 plus guests per wedding (source: TripSavvy), the pressure is well and truly on to create an experience that your nearest and dearest will remember forever.

Something unusual – a ‘talking point’ or ‘ice breaker’ – is also essential to make your big day stand out. After all, with many waiting to marry until their mid-30s, you’ve probably been to tonnes of weddings, stag and hen nights. And with 25 per cent of marriages being destination weddings you need favours that are easy to pack – but also pack a punch.

So I was delighted to be introduced to Promotional Party Sticks, who offer a creative and interactive form of personalised favours for events – be they weddings, corporate dos, birthday parties or anniversaries. They offer customized LED Party Sticks to promote your company or event and light up your party. Simply choose an amount, upload your logo/image and wait for shipment. Their dedicated customer service team will talk you through it and your order can be shipped direct to your wedding venue. Ideal for Las Vegas and Hawaii – the top two overseas wedding destinations (source: TripSavvy).

Add a personalised hashtag to track your guests wedding snaps. This is also ideal for corporate parties or conferences. Let social media promote your product without doing any marketing work yourself! They are also ideal for charity events for the same reason.

Buy today! You won’t regret it and the memories will last a lifetime.

 

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