A champagne toast is often one of the most memorable parts of a wedding. I most certainly remember when my brother gave his bestman champagne toast at his best friend Ryan's wedding last September. I like the idea of everyone getting a glass of champagne - even the people who don't drink or don't like alchol - to take part in the toast. Julie and Scott's wedding will kick off with a special toast in which guests are handed a glass of delicious bubbly to salute the happy couple. I asked you all to head off to market in search of a champagne flute that has art deco undertones with an artistic and vintagey feel. You saved your finds in the Yum Market with the keyword tag Wedding Toast.
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Sleek and silvery, cravinsugar saved these goblets that form a heart when two bases come together. Great in pairs, but alone they have an asymmetrical style that pairs nicely with the reception hall's vibrant carpet.
Simple and romantic, these classic clear flutes are etched with hearts. Thanks for submitting these Lorioz!
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