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Top 10 Toasting Glasses

Top 10 Toasting Glasses

One of the more intimate wedding traditions are the wedding toasts, whether it be the maid of honor sharing sweet memories, the best man telling inappropriate stories, or the father of the bride tearing up. 
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3 Easy Ways to Create a Frog Prince Wedding

3 Easy Ways to Create a Frog Prince Wedding

Items like the beautiful toasting glasses above will really add to your Frog Prince theme, helping to create elegance, and a message of dreams coming true.
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Wonderful Final Touch - Dragon Heart Wedding Toasting Glasses Set Review

Thank you SO much!  I spoke with a rep on the phone about expediting our order (as the last company we attempted to order this Dragon Heart Wedding Toasting Glasses Set from waited 3 months before telling us they were unable to process our order), so we really appreciate the help!  We look forward to seeing the finished product and know that it will be a wonderful final touch to our wedding day.

10/10/09

Catherine – Pensacola, Florida

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Dragon Heart Wedding Toasting Glasses Set

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The Limitless Opportunities of Custom Toasting Glasses

When you prepare your various wedding accessories for your big day, hopefully a set of beautiful hand-crafted custom toasting glasses will be among your various odds and ends. 
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Elegant and Timely New Years Party Decorations

 If you’re planning the perfect elegant New Years Eve party, it’s important to find decorations that don’t look like they came from a birthday party supply warehouse. 
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Old and New: Vintage Wedding Accessory Set

Finding a vintage guest book or set of toasting glasses on your own is a mean feat. 
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Versatility in Wedding Beer Toasting Mugs

Not all brides drink champagne, so not all brides can be expected to toast to their wedding with regular toasting glasses. 
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Beer and You: A Classy Affair

There are some who believe that a bride has no place slinging beers at her wedding. The picture of a sparkling bride in white handling a bottle of PBR just doesn’t sit well with some critics. Beer can have a place within a wedding – it just has to be handled classily and correctly. Should you be knocking back Buds from the bottle for six straight hours during your reception? Probably not, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t make beer classy.   Try adding… Beer Samplers
The simple allure of a stacked and colorful beer sampler has always caught my attention at high-class breweries. A group of six 8-ounce glasses of assorted microbrews (sometimes mixed with fresh fruit!) is a delicacy that many restaurants implore within their catering services – just ask! This is a more stylish way to imbibe without the threat of ugly half-finished bottles cluttering your tables. And for beer snobs like myself, a sampler per table gives me the opportunity to show my friends and relatives a world outside of Miller Light. You can finish the one you love and ignore the rest – much like a husband. Local Brews
By offering up a beer- only hosted bar, you set yourself up to save a lot of money, but not all couples are gung-ho about the idea. Full bars are expensive, but a beer-specific bar doesn’t have to be bland and insipid. Try experimenting with hosting local and seasonal brews – without the bottle, if you please. Spring for the right glasses. You aren’t shackled to champagne, so try to experiment with something new, full, and exciting if you’re going for beer.   Favors A fun addition to your brewed wedding could be a little something delicious for your guests to take home with them – a fermented favor, if you will. If you plan on offering seasonal and/or local brews during your reception, offer bottled versions for later consumption as guests exit. Good beers tend to be bottled in attractive receptacles, and it’s likely that the addition of a bottle at every place setting – or at a display as guests exit – will add to rather than detract from your décor. For younger guests, offer fancy bottled soda as an “I’m Sorry You’re Not 21” consolation favor.

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Fun Recipes for your Bachelorette Martini Glasses

Enjoy Any Libation in Bachelorette Martini Glasses

Bachelorette Martini Glasses

  You don’t have to drink to enjoy bachelorette martini glasses at your bachelorette party. The glasses are merely a vessel for whatever floats your boat the night you want to celebrate your impending marriage with your closest girl friends. Whether you’re filling your bachelorette martini glasses with bourbon, cosmos, or root beer floats, bachelorette martini glasses are a festive way to add a little fun to whatever sort of party your girls want to throw for you. Here are a couple of pink alcoholic/non-alcoholic cocktails (to match your bachelorette martini glasses!) you might think about preparing for your big night out: Pink Panties   12 oz can frozen pink lemonade 12 oz gin ½ cup vanilla ice cream ½ cup strawberries 1 cup ice throw ingredients into a blender and you’ll have plenty to enjoy in all of your bachelorette martini glasses!   Lipstick Lemonade   5 oz pink lemonade 3 oz lemon lime soda Splash of cherry syrup   Throw in a few ice cubes and garnish with a lemon slice and maraschino cherry skewered on a bamboo pick for a refreshing and fun drink for your bachelorette martini glasses!
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Indulge and Delight with Bachelorette Party Shot Glasses

Bachelorette Party Shot Glasses Keep the Party Going

 

Bachelorette Party Shot Glasses

  Every good bachelorette party includes a little alcoholic indulgence – it’s part of the tradition of the night. Bachelorette party shot glasses add to that feel not only by providing the receptacle for your libations, but also allowing you to send your maids (and other happy-go-lucky party-goers) little gifts to remind them of the fun that was had.   Bachelorette party shot glasses are always good for at least one thing: drinking. You might find that regular glasses don’t do the trick on your night of indulgence and frolic – bachelorette party shot glasses add the right amount of spunk and color that makes any night of (responsible) debauchery that much more entertaining. Bachelorette party shot glasses (especially the personalized ones) make it a party, not just a binge. Theme them for your party needs – thinking about playing pub golf on your big night? There are bachelorette party shot glasses for you! Take your bachelorette party shot glasses out with you bar hopping and keep an eye on your drinks (and designate exactly WHO is with the bridal entourage) all night.   Bachelorette party glasses also make great gifts. Remind the girls just how fun your party was months and years down the line – when they’re still pulling out your bachelorette party shot glasses to have their own nights of Dionysus-inspired merriment. Bachelorette party shot glasses always fit the bill!
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Unity through Wedding Accessory Collection Sets

Wedding Accessory Collection Sets: Discounts and Style!

Wedding Accessory Collection Sets

When you're going through the process of collecting all of your wedding essentials (toasting glasses, flower girls baskets, guestbooks, cake servers, and the like), have you ever considered skipping the hunting and opting for wedding collection sets? Wedding accessory collection sets offer the unity of one prevailing theme and often come with a discount you wouldn't find by purchasing all of the pieces separately. Even if your wedding isn't plastered in the same stylistic monogram or starfish motif, wedding collection sets offer a small piece of unity that ties together the rest of your wedding. Having your event on the beach? Opt for wedding accessory collection sets that use the same style of shell for a few different pieces. It won't look matchy-matchy, because wedding accessory collection sets aren't the big pieces of your wedding, they're the small pieces that hold it together, Your guests won't see monotony, they'll see unity. Wedding accessory collection sets don't have to have a theme, they're often unified by a central color or monogram, or even just the style of the manufacturing. So, instead of having eight different kinds of lace in slightly different shades of white for your wedding accessories, wedding accessory collection sets offer a more put-together feel for your wedding day.
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Every Wedding Has a Place for Wedding Ring Accessories

Wedding Ring Accessories: Tradition and Elegance

Wedding Ring Accessories

The wedding rings are the one static symbol in a society that is constantly changing and shifting the (new and old) traditions of marriage. Wedding ring accessories (that is, wedding accessories that feature wedding rings, not accessories FOR wedding rings) fit in to any wedding decor without distracting from the overarching theme of the day (that is, if there is one). Wedding ring accessories feature intertwined wedding bands on almost any feature of your day, from toasting glasses and guest books to wedding cake toppers and cake servers. Wedding ring accessories offer the unique aesthetic opportunity of a delicate intertwined circular trinket to adorn anything that has to do with your wedding - from invitations to napkin rings. The wedding ring accessories, not unlike your actual wedding bands, symbolize your eternal commitment to your future spouse. Wedding rings, even if they're featured on your flower girl basket or unity candle set, will consistently promote the idea of commitment and tradition. Wedding ring accessories are as versatile and they are beautiful, and they make a great engagement or wedding gift for the guest who isn't quite sure what direction the wedding aesthetic is going. Wedding ring accessories are the one static symbol that won't disappoint on the wedding day.
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