(Closed) plastic drinking glasses??

posted 10 years ago in Food
Post # 3
3696 posts
Sugar bee

Is it a casual wedding outside? If so I think the plastic is fine. If not, I’d probably skip it and go for glassware.

Post # 5
58 posts
Worker bee

I have never ordered from Smarty Had a Party, but I did get plastic wine glasses from Party City and if they are the type that require assembly, I found that the bottom can sometimes come off. I thought they looked nice though, so maybe just try to find glasses that are all one piece.

If you did want to do real glasses, I found this set at Bed Bath and Beyond:


They are normally $9.99 for 12, but if you have a 20% coupon, they are only $8 for 12 glasses, or 66 cents per glass….

There is also filmorecontainer.com. You may be able to order a case of mason jars from them that can be used as glasses, kind of like this. Their prices are very reasonable and they are great to work with.


They may come out to a similar price as you would be paying for plastic…. Just an idea!!!!

Good luck in whatever you end up going with 🙂


Post # 6
1368 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Check out http://www.smartyhadaparty.com. They have great prices and alot of it looks like china. We were thinking of going that route but ended up renting instead.


EDIT: Sorry I just reread your post. I did not use them but no someone that did and they thought they looked great.

Post # 7
2163 posts
Buzzing bee

I think it’s a lot of waste.  I also think you can find “real” options that come in at a similar price point.

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