There are a variety of ways to customize your wedding day look, from wearing an embellished belt to rocking a bright pair of heels down the aisle. You can dress up other areas of your big day as well – even your stemware! From toasting flutes to mason jars, here are a few ways to enhance your wedding glasses:
You can never have enough sparkle and shine on your wedding day – even your toasting flutes and mason jars deserve a bit of radiance. The only thing you have to decide is whether you want a little glitter or a whole lot. Take your toasting flutes for example – you can simply dip the bottom of the glass in glitter, or opt to make the entire flute sparkle. The same goes for your mason jars. Don't be afraid to mix color with a bit of sparkle. Paint the outside of your mason jars one of the hues from your wedding color palette, and dip the bottoms in gold or silver glitter for the perfect combination of matte and glimmer.
Personalize your toasting flutes to read "bride" and "groom" or "Mrs. " and "Mr." simply by tying a charm around the stem of your glass. You can adorn the glasses of your guests as well. Instead of a charm, you can attach their place card to the stem of their toasting flute so they know which table to take their glass to.
Looking for a way to personalize each of your loved one's glasses? Here's a solution: chalkboard paint. Dip the bottom of each glass in the paint, and set chalk at each reception table. Your guests can customize their toasting flute however they would like, whether they write down their name or a fun phrase that says "drink me." Chalkboard paint can be used for more than glasses, too! Cover an entire wine bottle with the paint and use chalk to draw the table number and fill it with a few blooms.
Turn your toasting flutes into a romantic souvenir by engraving the glasses. Each flute can be delicately engraved with your name and the date of your wedding underneath. If you're having a rustic wedding theme complete with mason jars, you can opt to have them engraved with your initials, the wedding date or "bride and groom."
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