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The smell of smoke coming from the grill and that sizzling sound. Indeed, you'll never go wrong with barbecue, whether you are celebrating birthdays, weddings, graduations, or hosting an event. And what better way to make everyone excited than to hand out bbq tickets to your guests. Check out our array of high-quality and enticing BBQ Ticket Templates in Apple (MAC) Pages. They're instantly downloadable, editable, fully customizable, and printable in 2x5.5 and 5.5x2 inches with Bleed sizes. With a template in hand, you can quickly and easily craft your tickets. Get everyone excited about the event today. Download a template now!
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Follow the guide below on how you can create a bbq ticket in Apple Pages.
First stop, choose your ticket's format and size. For format, decide between putting the stub on the right, left, top, or bottom. As for the size, choose between the standard sizes 1.97" x 5.63" and 5.5" x 2.125" inches. Keep your layout in mind to make sure you have enough space for design later on.
Now for the fun part! It's time to design your ticket. Of course, since it's a barbecue event, your design should focus on all things bbq, such as a bbq grill, bbq meat, tongs, burger patties, hotdogs, etc. Remember, you want to build excitement for your guests, so be witty with your design. Check our Modern Ticket Templates. They come in pre-formatted layout and designs, which you can easily edit and customize for your convenience.
What's the use of your ticket if it doesn't have the complete details? So, make sure that all the necessary details about the event are listed on the ticket. The list should include the name of the event, the reason for the event, the date and time, and the venue.
Reviewing your final output before printing it is crucial for ensuring that there are no errors, misinformation, and missing information present in your event tickets.
The word "barbecue" came from the Caribbean word "barbacoa," a wooden structure that Taino Indians use for smoking their foods. Spanish explorers who have visited the Caribbean then introduced the word when they returned to Spain. For some time, barbacoa meant the wooden structure used to cook food in, but after some time, people have started using the term to describe the process of cooking and the food itself. Later in 1697, the word appeared in an English print.
The standard English spelling of the word is "barbecue," but for many years, different variations were made such as barbeque and bbq. Today, in the Oxford dictionary and Merriam-Webster dictionary, the spelling "barbeque" is given as a variation.
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A ticket is a small piece of paper that entitles someone to enter a place, participate in an event, or receive services or products. It is either handed out for free or for a certain amount of money.
Depending on the event, a general admission ticket can mean the bearer is only allowed to sit at the back, while VIP ticket holders are seated at the front. When it comes to the price, the VIP ticket is usually double the price of the Gen Ad ticket.