by: Lauren

I’m not the biggest fan of super traditional wedding-related things. Now when I say traditional, I really mean what you’ll find in the “wedding” or “bridal” section of stores or websites. Everyone needs certain wedding-related items, but why not keep the tradition, and add your own personal twist to it?

 

Usually you just buy your toasting flutes at Macy’s, and chances are very good that they’ll have hearts, pearls, or wedding rings on them. Don’t get me wrong- those are gorgeous. But why not add your wedding style and your personality to your toasting glasses? These peacock toasting flutes are the perfect example…

 

{Detail To Love} Toasting Flutes via TheELD.com

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Toasting flutes are the perfect detail to add a little *something* to your wedding. Plus, something unique is unexpected because the norm is to have the common plain toasting flutes. And if you have awesome flutes, everyone’s going to see them, because why wouldn’t you drink from them all night long?!

 

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{Detail To Love} Toasting Flutes via TheELD.com

Lauren

Founder & Editor at Every Last Detail
Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.

3 responses to {Detail To Love} Toasting Flutes

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  1. Melissa

    I’ve done a few and I just got a pic today from the friend of the bride. They really can be done to really tie in the theme other than just plain boring crystal flutes!

  2. Erin (penny. LA)

    I agree, toasting flutes are the perfect way to put a little mark on your day. Not to mention, they make for a great keepsake. I purchased some vintage ones online for our June wedding. We didn’t have monograms, or a cake knife, or anything like that – but I was sure to purchase some toasting glasses that we can use for years to come. Now, that’s thinking ahead!

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