Post # 17
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
We registered for the Lenox Pearl Jubilee toasting flutes and got them as a gift at the bridal shower. We wouldn’t have bought special ones for ourselves because we already have perfectly functional flutes, even though they’re kind of boring and from Ikea. 🙂 The ones at the venue would have been fine, too.
Post # 18
we bought them because our colors are gold and black and we wanted them to match we are also making a cabinet for all our wedding stuff after our day we spent $179.00 i believe well worth it
Post # 20
We bought ours and our wedding party flutes at the dollar store, so really nothing special LOL They’re pretty cool looking and when it gets closer to the time, we are going to engrave them and make them a little fancier 🙂
Post # 21
I totally bought ours. It really wasn’t that important, but I wanted something different.
I got four of them for $11.99… so the Maid/Matron of Honor and the Bridesmaid or Best Man can keep theirs 🙂
These are what I bought.
Post # 22
A friend who recently moved away (and therefore is unable to attend our wedding) bought us a pair of Vera Wang love knots champagne flutes to use at our wedding 🙂 they are so beautiful!
Post # 23
We just used regular flutes for our toasting but for the server set we borrowed a gorgeous set from our pastor and his wife. More than 20 couples have used their over the last 22 years and the set was gorgeous!
Post # 24
Those are goreous! We’re using the same cutting set my mom and dad used 36 years ago at their wedding 🙂
Post # 25
Oooh! That looks like the cake set I ordered. I love the embossing(?) on it. That’s what I was searching for with the cake set.
Post # 26
We bought our own. They aren’t super expensive or bridal. They are from Tommy Bahama for $22 each.