March 19, 2014 1 Comment
Brides: if you’re planning a wedding drink station or bar at your wedding, you’ll want to offer glassware for guests. But, did you know there are fun, more creative wedding drink glasses to consider? We’ve rounded up eight creative ideas including champagne glasses, personalized wine glasses, mason jar drinking glasses, vintage punch bowl mugs, and more. Which one is your favorite?
Wedding Drink Glasses
1. Mason Jar Toasting Glasses
Mason jars as drinking glasses is a favorite! Here’s one option…
You can buy ‘em here.
2. Mason Jar Drinking Glasses (with Handles)
3. Champagne Glasses
Serving champagne? Add flags to make yours look even more inviting. (No glass allowed? They’re available in plastic.)
4. Personalized Wine Glasses
For your leading ladies (bridesmaids), give them personalized drinking glasses, like these chic wine glasses from Judi Painted It. We love the daisy design on these particular glasses, as well as the hand-painted name on the back. (Great gift idea for bridesmaids!)
5. Vintage Milk Bottles
6. Engraved Beer Glasses
Beer lovers? How about a ‘his beer’ and ‘her beer’ duo?
Or etched pilsners for your groomsmen? By Engrave Me This.
7. Punch Mugs
If you’re planning a vintage wedding, serve punch in a classic punch bowl with vintage-inspired punch mugs.
And, last but not least, if you’re having an outdoor wedding, your bottles can be your drinking glasses. Serve soda bottles or beer in tubs of ice and let guests serve themselves. Or, give your bridesmaids something to toast with: mini champagne bottles with striped straws.
If you want creative wedding drink glasses, but budget is an issue, consider just a few fun glasses for you and the groom, your bridesmaids, and your groomsmen. You’ll still have the fun of a personalized look without blowing your entire budget.
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