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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Painting Wedding Toasting Glasses

Just imagine that special day is coming soon, and how nice it would be to have special toasting glasses painted just for this occasion. Along with the glasses could be appetizer and dessert plates that match. If you have the time, it could be a fun project to attempt along with the girls in your bridal party. If you feel this is not something that you would want to do, it is affordable to have them painted by an artist who specializes in painting glasses.

Often champagne glasses are used for the toast, however it is your wedding and you decide what type of glasses will be used. You may want to serve something else for this event. You have a variety of glasses to choose from including martini, margarita, pilsner, or even shot glasses. That would be unique!

The hand painted glasses could be used just by the bride and groom, extended to the wedding party including the parents, or given to everyone as a wedding favor. This may depend on your budget. The glasses would make a great keepsake to remember your wedding day for years to come.

Your options will be open if you plan to have hand painted glasses. You can go with the same design for everyone or plan something special for each person. The flowers and their colors are often what bride's will choose. This is a nice way to remember the flowers you carried down the aisle and the colors you selected for your wedding. They could also compliment the centerpieces on each table at your reception.

The sky is the limit. Allow yourself plenty of time if you are painting these yourself. That will give you the time you need to plan the designs, practice, and then do the final painting. If all else fails, hire the professional!


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