DIY Glitter Champagne Flutes

And just like that, there are only two months left until Rachel and Matt’s wedding. For this installment of the wedding countdown, I gave the betrothed couple a pair of champagne flutes. The plain flutes felt a little drab, so I found this DIY craft on Pinterest and decided to spice ’em up.

THE BEFORE (with paint supplies)


Rachel and Matt posing with their flutes

If you’re interested in a step-by-step tutorial, check out the original blog post at Something Turquoise. She does a great job of breaking down the process and explaining how to cure the paint.

I also plan to serve a champagne cocktail at my sister’s bachelorette party, so I recently purchased 20 plastic flutes. Again, they were lacking a certain je ne sais quoi, so I used the spouncer and the same paint to create gold and purple sparkly polka dots. I think they turned out pretty jazzy.




  1. Two months – oh my! Congrats to Rach and Matt, and kudos to you m’dear on the bee-u-tiful and festive flutes :)

  2. What a beautiful idea! I wish I was that creative, its a lovely finishing touch for a someone’s special day. XxX

  3. Fantastic! Beautiful job! I’m glad you enjoyed my tutorial :)

    • Thanks, Jen! Your step-by-step breakdown was so easy to follow, and I was very pleased with the results (and so was the bride-to-be)!

  4. Wow, very crafty! I love pinterest, there is so many great ideas there. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Those are soo cute!
    I wish I was that creative!


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