Sandalista (founded by former executives from Quicksilver) is excited to giveaway two pairs of their high quality flip flops to our Big Fat Cake readers! Sandalista makes high quality flip flops and also allows users to upload their own unique photos and art work directly onto the footbed. Brides can create custom flip flops to match their wedding dress or their bridesmaids’ dresses for a fun, personalized alternative at the reception. Who wouldn’t want to kick off those heels after a long ceremony, right? Date and names can also be added to the sandals, to commemorate the special day. They assemble and print the sandals in Southern California with a speed 3-day turnaround.
These sandals would be perfect especially for a destination wedding. I’ve also been at a couple of weddings where a basket of sandals were available for the dancing portion of the reception to encourage guests to be comfortable. Or, a bride can gift these to her bridesmaids to wear on the day of the wedding before and after.
So how do you win a pair of these custom-made sandals? Just answer the following question by Friday, March 16: What would you use your FREE custom-made Sandalista sandals for? TWO winners will be chosen at random.
Commenting Contest Rules and Mumbo Jumbo:
- Respond to the question above. Needs to be substantive comments. Comments like “ha ha” and “lol” will not count. Decisions of what is substantive will be at the discretion of Big Fat Cake. We also have a spam filter for comments so comments with ads or profanity will not be counted.
- Comments on this post will be counted from today to Friday, March 16, 2012 @11:59pm EST. Comments on our Big Fat Cake Facebook fan page are appreciated but do not count for this contest.
- You do not have to be a bride/groom/bridesmaid, or know anything about weddings to comment.
- Winner will be chosen by lottery.
- No bashing of people…..however, bashing of thoughts is okay (but please try to have constructive criticism)
- These rules are subject to change or be added upon (but there is no intent to).