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Friday, March 28, 2008

Show & Tell Friday

Good morning everyone! This morning I'm sharing my wedding toast glasses. They were a gift from my best friend Stacy. They're hand painted and from Czechoslovakia. We've used them twice..once for our wedding--red punch from the fountain! LOL! And once for our anniversary--with milk to go with our cake topper!

This past May, Stacy married her wonderful husband Stephen and they used the glasses at their wedding too! I hope this is something that will become an heirloom!

For more great show and tells, stop by Kelli's place!


  1. wow! fantastic wedding toast glasses.... Have a nice weekend! mine's up hope you can drop by!

  2. Your toasting glasses are lovely! What sweet memories they must bring you.


  3. Those are gorgeous! I think that sharing them with special people is a great tradition to begin! You could scrapbook p[ages on the glasses and then pictures of them being used! (Sorry, as a scrapbooker, I tend to look at stuff from that perspective!)

  4. Oh they are beautiful and definetely a heirloom.

  5. Awwwwwwwww, great stuff you've shared. We still have ours too!! :::knock wood::: This year they'll be 40 years old.

    My show n tell is posted....drop by if you can, I'd love to have you visit, if you haven't already!!!

  6. They are just beautiful! I think they will make fine heirlooms.

  7. The hand painting is very pretty!
    I like the fact they are different
    from other ordinery glasses I see
    at weddings!

  8. What great wedding glasses! Your right they can be a great herloom!!

    I'm glad I found your blog through show and tell Friday! This is my first week doing this!

    I will be back to check on your blog!

  9. What beautiful glasses, and holding such wonderful memories too. We were given some crystal glasses by my b-in-law for our wedding, and they only come out on Special Occasions. I dread damaging them and wash them SO carefully.

  10. They are beautiful and what wonderful memories are attached to them!


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