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Color Me BAR

In wedding planning, selecting a theme can be quite involved and sometimes pretty cumbersome.  Just remember, you don't have to build an event around a "Vintage Chic" or "Romantic Candlelight" theme ... actually, color all by itself goes a long way.

Now, I'm sure you've already thought of laying the foundation of your colored theme by means of the bridesmaid dresses, linens and flowers.  Just don't forget the bar.  YES, that's right, the traditionally color-free zone where over half of your guests will spend most of their time during your wedding reception.  Think: Decorative Drinkware!  Bring color to your signature drinks and even those commonplace glasses of Pinot Noir.  It's totally fine to include your color scheme at the bar and most reputable party rental companies offer a wide range of options.

Check out some of our favs:
Classy Twist
The Marais collection features a single hand-blown frosted stripe twirled around the glass from top to bottom.
The white wine glass featured here is also perfect for your favorite martini.

Goblin Goblets
In a word ... sexy!  These black wine glasses are ideal for serving a variety of wines or waters in a cool, alluring style.


Art by way of Glass
A beautiful combination of creativity and craftsmanship handed down from generation to generation.  
Estate drinkware at its absolute best!

Pied Pipers
 Dress up any special occasion with these Gold Accented Flutes.  
Unique raised 18-karate gold design in the drape and swag.  Just gorgeous. 

 Baccarat Beauty
(no explanation necessary)
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by Rashana Anderson
Founder & Managing Director, THE BRIDAL PARTY

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