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“I’m super serial guys.” – Al Gore on South Park
When I was in high school, my mother was rather afraid that I would choose to live off of cereal when I went to university. Somehow, that never came to pass and fast forward a few years and I can’t drink milk. Cereal loses out big time. Fake milks are not the same. My eating habits aside, wedding gift registries often have open stock dishes listed, allowing you to select the cereal bowl.
Chances are the couple would like 8-12 cereal bowls, so you have the option to splash out, or stick with 2 bowls to make an affordable wedding gift. Unless you live somewhere like Australia where they have milk that doesn’t go bad at room temperature (ya… gross much? I’ve had it before.) you’ll want to stick with things that don’t go bad, like cereal. I suspect you have seen plays on chocolate bar names or slogans, so here are a few I thought of already for cereals, to include in your card or write on the box(es):
Together for LIFE
Here’s to lots of “ooohs”–
(Make sure it’s appropriate to your audience.)
Holy Crap you’re married!
Depending on your friends and their sense of humour, you could also write that you got them a very nice [insert free gift in cereal box] here for the wedding. They may have always wanted a rice krispies character watch, or yoga DVD, ya never know.
There’s also the option of finding a ridiculous cereal to include, such as some of these: Jurassic Park Crunch, High School Musical Cereal, GI Joe Action Stars, The Fairly OddParents Cereal, Fantuz Flakes (this had something to do with the RoughRiders), C-3POs, and on and on.
What other sayings can you come up with that play on cereal names or slogans?? I’m all ears and will give credit to you!