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From trendy to elegant, the new 2008 wedding glassware and toasting flutes are sure to add style to your pre-wedding parties and wedding reception tables.

Celebrate the union of your new lives together with our unique Wedding Toasting Flutes in a Vase. Our champagne toasting flutes feature frosted stems and personalized engraving of the bride and groom’s names and wedding date. The toasting flutes can not stand on their own but instead reside in a lovely tapered crystal vase. The elegant vase can be filled with ice, rose petals, crystals or other small items to coordinate with your wedding décor. The etched toasting flutes and crystal vase can be used long after the wedding date, together or separately. These romantic toasting flutes are a perfect touch for the head table and are SURE to bring back beautiful memories for many anniversaries to come.



Raise a glass to your groomsmen with our Personalized Sports Beer Mug, a traditional groomsmen gift with personalized engraving. Our sturdy glass mugs feature a molded glass bottom and durable tapered handle. The personalized beer mug holds 25 ounces of his favorite draft and his imprinted name will make sure his beer mug doesn’t get lost on the poker table.


Stock up your coffee cup stash with our Initial Mug Set. Sold in sets of four, this mug set provides plenty of reasons to get excited. Great for work, home or even as a desk organization, these group of four is both practical and stylish. A perfect gift for your bridesmaids!

Now through March 31, take 15% off your entire order at WhereBridesGo.com with coupon code SPRING. Hurry ... Time is running out!



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