Cut crystal is very glamorous and you can build the whole wedding theme around it. It is the perfect choice for classical, formal lunch or dinner receptions because it is very elegant and luxurious. You can use big vases or crystal rose bowls to make a fabulous centre-piece and flutes or wine glasses can serve as candle and tea light holders. A combination of crisp white and soft pink is perfect for this style and crystal will reflect the light creating a romantic atmosphere.
You can also use cut crystal for vintage themed parties and match it with lace and wooden tables and chairs. Our tip for DIY brides is to use old glassware in different shades such as red, pink, blue, green, yellow and orange. You can even combine these mismatched pieces with colourful glass jars to make an impressive centre-piece.
If you want to find perfect crystal cut glassware for a glamorous wedding reception, think Waterford’s range of stemware, candle holders and crystal figurines, or Royal Doulton’s glassware with both modern and classical designs. For brides-to-be who are into cutting-edge design, we recommend Vera Wang’s cut crystal which she created for Wedgwood.
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