Alright ladies, it's time to get crafty!
These DIY glitter champagne bottles are an easy, adorable way to *pop* the question—pun intended—to your bridesmaids. The best part? Each bottle only takes a few minutes to complete (we finished all three in under an hour). For an added touch, match your glitter colors to your wedding palette and present the bottles in an adorable gift box with one of our personalized champagne flutes!
Step 1: In a well-ventilated room, thoroughly spray the body of the mini champagne bottle with spray glue, avoiding any areas you want to stay glitter-free (we chose to leave the gold foil at the top untouched). For a clean line, place a piece of tape over the areas you don’t want covered in glitter.
Step 2: Carefully apply the first layer of glitter onto the bottle. We chose to start with gold.
Step 3: About 1/3 of the way down the bottle, switch to your next glitter color (for us that was the light pink), then transition to the third and final color — we used a deeper shade of the same color for an ombré effect.
Step 4: Repeat that process with as many bottles as you want, then admire your finished glitter champagne bottles! Wasn’t that easy? As with any glitter DIY project, the glitter will likely get all over the place. We recommend applying a light coat of clear acrylic sealer to minimize shedding.
Step 5: Print and cut out your FREE printable tags! Print in color on your printer’s highest settings for the cleanest tags. We’ve included nine bridesmaid tags, two maid of honor tags and one matron of honor tag on each sheet.
Step 6: Finish the tags by cutting a hole where the dotted lines are near the top. This can be accomplished with a pair of scissors or an X-Acto knife, but we sized the circles so you can use a traditional hole punch for a clean look.
Step 7: Cut about an 8-inch section of your twine and tie the ends into a large knot (as shown). Then clip off the extra twine at the end and thread the loop through the hole in your tag. The knot should be large enough that the tag can rest around the neck of the bottle without slipping off. Since we decided to use the champagne as part of a gift box, we just rested the paper straw inside the loop. If you choose, you can tie the straw to the bottle, instead.
Step 8: Last, but certainly not least, finish your gift box! We used a square, white gift box with white paper shred so the bottle really stood out and it looked extra bridal. As an added touch, we included one of our personalized champagne flutes. The gold script on the glasses pair perfectly with the champagne bottle/tags, and at only $15 a glass they are totally affordable!
We got the majority of our supplies at Target, but Amazon has all of these items, as well. Overall the bottle project totaled about $40 — that includes the three champagne bottles, straws, twine, glitter and spray adhesive, and we have a ton of supplies left over to use again. Don't forget to save the pin below for later!