Post # 1
I’m debating on what all glasses I should have at the reception. My plan is to have nice plastic glasses for the cocktail hour that look like this:
And then I would like to have real glassware during the reception. I’m just wondering what all drinking glasses I should have. I’ve seen table setups that have the water goblets and wine glasses, but I’m wondering if I can get away with just having one or the other. Meaning could I just use water goblets OR wine glasses and not both? What did all of you do for your table set ups?
Post # 3
Our tables had champagne flutes and wine glasses. I rented so much glassware I had to look at the pictures to remember.
We had 300 pieces all purpose glassware (for the bar),11.5 oz
160 wine glasses, 8.5oz
160 champagne flutes, 6oz
100 martini glasses, 7.5oz
80 Irish mugs,10.5oz
This was for 85 people.
Post # 5
why the “bump?” what does that mean?
Post # 6
It’s just a way of pushing a thread to the beginning.
Post # 7
We didnt rent glassware – but we just had water glasses and then people got drinks at the bar
Post # 8
We had water and tea goblets filled on the table, along with empty wine glasses. Bar glassware was provided at the bar when ordering a drink. For cocktail hour there was no table service, so there were probably several extra glasses on the table during dinner wine service.