(Closed) Toasting Glasses

posted 10 years ago in Beehive
Post # 6
765 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

that’s a great idea for those who don’t like champagne.

i adore champagne so we got flutes.  they matched our cake serving set and  table name frames.


Post # 7
160 posts
Blushing bee

Im going to a local pottery store where you can paint your own glasses and they fire it in the kiln (does anyone know what im talking about..??!!) Its great because you can decorate the glasses however you like and its a VERY personal touch to the traditional toasting glasses!

In fact, instead of registering for plates, ive painted my own set as well with personal quotes Mr. Chocolate Chip and I say to one another on the front. Look for deals though, these places tend to be a little pricey!!

Post # 8
5822 posts
Bee Keeper

Alternatives to toasting glasses:
Ball canning jars
Double-Old Fashioned Glasses
Margarita Glasses
Martini Glasses
Pilsner Glasses
Hughball Glasses

Post # 9
155 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I have some extra stemless champagne glasses left over from New Years. How can those be decorated? i guess painted somehow?

Post # 10
26 posts
  • Wedding: October 2010

I just got some fantastic cobalt blue champagne glasses! I plan on using them at the wedding because they match our color scheme.

Post # 11
225 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

When he proposed, he had our friends purchase some items for him as part of his surprise setup – and it included a pair of champagne flutes.

They may not be the most snazzy, unique, or even elegant champagne flutes, but they mean a lot to me, and we’re going to use them. =)

Post # 12
220 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

We just bought a pair of waterford toasting flutes.  I wanted to have a special pair to celebrate special occasions going forward.  I don’t want to risk damaging or losing them in transit to or from the wedding, so I think we will just use the champagne flutes provided by rental company.

Post # 13
217 posts
Helper bee

We have the most adorable Tiffany crystal flutes. We used them after the proposal. We sat out on my deck and watched an amazing thunderstorm while we sipped champagne in our flutes and I drooled over my ring and my new fiance. Sorry.. was caught up reminiscing. SO yeah we’ll use our Tiffany flutes. 

Post # 14
113 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

My nana and pop pop gifted our Waterford toasting flutes when we were engaged, so we’ll be happily using them.

 I loved what my friend’s company gave him as a wedding present: engraved Tiffany toasting flutes. Get this… hers said "I Do," and his said "That’s what she said!"

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