They look beautiful tied with your coordinating colored ribbon and may also be used to attach your ceremony programs to.Give your guests a natural straw hand fan to cool them off while they are waiting and during the wedding ceremony.A further 85 per cent said they'd use the discrete product that the girls had invented."Rapes assisted by drugs or alcohol are all too common," Cappello told A Plus."We just want to give any gender a simple tool to protect themselves."However there are many more drugs available which wouldn't necessarily be detected by the straws, which the girls are aware of.After all, It is tradition for the Bride to be a little late!In case you're wondering, these layered programs are also available without being attached to the straw fans too.
When the team conducted a survey about their product at Northwestern University, a whopping 85 per cent of participants said they would make use of the straw.Three high school students are out to combat date rape and human trafficking with their invention: a straw that detects if your drink has been drugged.Susana Cappello, Carolina Baigorri and Victoria Roca are all students at Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami, Florida, and the brains behind Smart Straw, which changes color to let a person know if their drink has come into contact with one of the more commonly-used date rape drugs.'If a drink has been tampered with, the test indicator at the end of the plastic straw will immediately turn to the color blue if in contact with GHB or Ketamine,' the creators explained to Daily Mail Online.Baigorri told Inside Edition that while the team knows the straw 'can’t end rape,' they are 'hoping to lower the [statistics]'.Cappello added that the team's goal is to 'help people feel safe in their surroundings and be aware of what’s going on.'Moving forward, the Smart Straw team is currently working on patenting their product to protect its unique design from competitors.But, one Boston inventor and attorney aims to put a stop to them.------- Michael Abramson is sitting in a bar overlooking the harbor in South Boston’s Seaport neighborhood. “Your straw is constantly in your drink throughout the entire night.