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Wedding Toasting Glasses

The wedding toasts are some of the highlights of your special day. After the formalities are done, the speeches and words of love and appreciation from family and friends are shared with toasts to the bride and groom generally carried out after each speech. From traditional champagne flutes for weddings to personalised glasses for guests, the bride and groom or the bridal party, there are plenty of glasses and styles available.

Wedding Champagne Flutes

The traditional wedding toast is champagne, which is customarily served in flutes. There are delicate crystal and cut glass flutes available, which can be great for more formal or vintage-themed weddings. The crystal detailing catches the light and helps to make the tables look stunning. Glass flutes can be a more affordable option than crystal, and a simple flute is a classic sleek design that works well with most themes and decorating styles. For those who are seeking a more resilient alternative, perhaps for an outdoor wedding, plastic champagne flutes are another option. They won't shatter even if dropped, and can be recycled or disposed of after the wedding. Economical, they're also handy to have as a backup, just in case you run out of glasses.

Personalised Wedding Toasting Glasses

From champagne flutes to beer glasses and even shot glasses to really get the party started, you can find customised and personalised glasses for your big day. Some like to present them to the bridal party members with individual names and details as a favour, whilst others just have bride and groom glasses. From engraved details to simple "Bride" and "Groom" printing or "Mr. and Mrs." embossed in glitter, there's an array of options for all tastes and styles.

Personalised Engraved Toasting Glass Favours

Another great option for personalised wedding wine glasses is to use them as wedding favours. A move away from the traditional sugared almonds, you can get the glasses engraved with the date of the wedding, the bride and groom's name, and the name of the guest for which it's intended. This is an excellent way to combine a place setting name also. At the end of the night, the guests can take their personalised glasses home with them, which will definitely save on the washing up.

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