Bride & Groom Champagne Flute DIY
When it's time for the toast, when the best men give touching speeches, and all the guests stand up to wish the newlyweds all the happiness in the world, then the champagne drinking begins with the newlyweds' favorite song.
If you want something chic and elegant, the champagne glasses can be decorated with fabric inspired by a wedding dress and tie, with names written on them. On the other hand, they can be simply decorated with engraved names and drawings.
We are calling all wedding planners and DIY brides! Itching to have the wedding champagne toast in style without that hefty price tag? You're in luck! We have a fun, simple, yes, inexpensive bride and groom champagne flute DIY that is swoon-worthy.
Yields: 10 champagne flute DIYs.
Approximate cost per champagne flute DIY: $4.25
1. DIY Bride & Groom Champagne Flutes
What you need:
- Hot glue gun
- Champagne flutes - we used Classicware
- White tulle
- Silver diamond mesh
- Silver diamond flower mesh
- White 3/8" grosgrain ribbon
- Red 3/8" grosgrain ribbon
- Black 3/8" grosgrain ribbon
Step 1: Wrap 3/8" black grosgrain ribbon around the stem of the champagne flute and glue it to hold it in place.
Step 2: Wrap the 3/8" white grosgrain ribbon around the top of the stem one time.
Step 3: Cut a piece of the 3/8" black grosgrain ribbon approximately 2.5" long and tie a knot in the middle - this is the groom's bowtie.
Step 4: Glue the bow tie onto the 3/8" white grosgrain ribbon at the top of the champagne glass stem.
Step 5: Cut a 2.5" piece of the 3/8" white grosgrain ribbon.
Step 6: Cut three individual rhinestones off of the silver diamond mesh and glue them onto the 2.5" piece of the white 3/8" grosgrain ribbon.
Step 7: Glue the 2.5" piece of the white 3/8" grosgrain ribbon with rhinestones vertically onto the champagne glass (directly under the bow tie).
Step 8: Cut a 4" piece of the 3/8" red grosgrain ribbon.
Step 9: Fold the piece of red ribbon at a 90-degree angle so that about 1/2" of the ribbon is hanging down.
Step 10: Roll the rest of the ribbon.
Step 11: Glue 3/8" red grosgrain ribbon rose to champagne flute next to the white 3/8" grosgrain ribbon with silver diamond mesh.
Step 1: Wrap 3/8" white grosgrain ribbon around the stem of the champagne flute.
Step 2: Cut strips of the silver diamond mesh, wrap and glue them to the top of the champagne flute stem leaving a little semicircle in the front.
Step 3: Cut one piece of the silver diamond flower mesh and glue it in the center of the semicircle.
Step 4: Cut a piece of white tulle approximately 4" long and tie it in a knot around the base of the champagne flute.
Step 5: Cut 4" pieces of white tulle and glue them to the tulle circle. Repeat until you have a nice thick "skirt/dress."
Step 6: Cheers! Looking for a great recipe to toast with? Try one of these signature wedding cocktails.
Decorative Champagne Glasses
Champagne glasses give a special touch to this most essential toast in your life. When your loved ones toast you in one of the brightest moments of your wedding, the music is muted for a moment, and the focus is on the toast and the kind words that go with the champagne. The imaginative and elegant design that decorates your champagne glasses will cheer up and entertain your guests and leave a lasting impression on them.
Add a touch of elegance and glamor to your wedding with decorative disposable plastic champagne flutes!
Champagne glasses have an elegant shape by themselves, and by decorating the glasses, an incredible effect is achieved.
The glasses decoration for newlyweds can be combined with flowers for embellishment, following the color of the Biedermeier or the overall ambiance. Also, they can be combined with a wedding dress and suit and uniquely preserve your outfit's memory.
In addition, wedding glasses are also original wedding gifts, gifts for wedding anniversaries, newlyweds, or bachelorette parties. They can be personalized with the names of the newlyweds written on them.
2. DIY Bride & Groom Champagne Flutes
- 2 champagne glasses
- Black satin ribbon 0.5 cm wide
- White satin ribbon 0.5 cm wide
- White strip 2 cm wide
- Roll of white tulle 15 cm wide
- Silicone gun
1. Apply a little glue to the bottom of the stem of the glass and start winding the black satin ribbon. While rolling, add glue in several places as needed. When you reach the end, cut off the excess tape and secure it with glue. Next, you can wind a little satin ribbon at the bottom of the stem for a more fantastic look.
2. Cut about 15 cm of white satin ribbon 2 cm wide. Glue the ends and wrap a small piece of thin satin ribbon around the middle to make a bow. Glue the bow to the glass.
3. Glue 2 zircons, and your groom's glass is ready.
4. Wrap a 0.5 cm wide white satin ribbon around the foot of the second glass. Take some tulle and wind it around the cardboard like in the picture below.
5. Remove the tulle from the cardboard and tie it tightly with a piece of satin ribbon as in the picture.
6. Cat the ends as in the picture to get a puff. Make another one like that.
7. Stick both pom poms to the bottom of the glass and ruffle them with your fingers to make them puffier.
8. Use scissors to even out the ends
9. Add a few zircons, and your bridal glass is ready. Cheers!
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