Ideas for champagne glass party favours range from the festive, such as for Christmas parties or New Year's Eve celebrations, to the elegant, such as for bridal showers or wedding receptions. It is all about how you decorate them and what you put inside the flutes that create different moods for various occasions.
For Christmas, buy red or green flutes and tie a ribbon bow of the corresponding colour around the stem. Fill them to the top with Christmas candy, candy canes, miniature cookies or other holiday treats. Spread a small amount of coloured cling film over the top to keep them fresh, and place one champagne glass party favour at each place setting next to the real flutes. For New Year's Eve, put in a noise maker, light-up party lapel pin and confetti to throw at the stroke of midnight. Easter flutes can contain jelly beans; Halloween glasses can be filled with candy corn; and miniature pumpkins and Fourth of July glasses can house small firecrackers and candy or a fresh fruit cocktail mix.
For bridal showers, create clear glass champagne party favours using small pieces of jewellery or gemstones. For a baby shower, the flutes can be tied in soft pink or blue ribbons and contain small after-dinner mints in pastel colours to match. For a wedding reception, choose glasses in the wedding colours or buy crystal ones and have the couple's names engraved on them. Place small floral broaches made from the flowers used in the bridal bouquet at each woman's place setting and a lapel pin featuring one bud at all of the men's plates. Fill them with sparkling rock candy in lieu of after-dinner mints for a more glamorous shine on the table.
For theme parties, champagne glass party favours can be created to add an ambience of frivolity. For bachelor or hen parties, novelty candies can fill the flutes, with decorations tied around the stems to match. For a women's afternoon card game, the glasses can contain chocolate candies in the shape of poker chips or coins. A co-ed dinner party's table can be made colourful with flutes filled with multicoloured wrapped chocolate mints. Create gel candles in the flutes to match any decorations by using coloured gel or placing an object that coincides with the theme in the bottom before pouring in the gel mixture. Tie ribbons or small charms to the stems of the champagne glass party favours before setting them on the table.
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