Proper engraving for toasting flutes?

April 2nd, 2010

I want to order some Champagne flutes for my wedding toast however I am not sure if the glasses / flutes are to be engraved exactly the same or do I change the order. For example Mary & John (Bride’s flute) John & Mary (Groom’s flute) or would it just be one standard form for both flutes i.e. Mary and John (Bride and Groom’s flutes)

3 Responses to “Proper engraving for toasting flutes?”

  1. RedRabbit says:

    Have it the way you want.

  2. leahcane says:

    The ones I’ve seen usually have what the order your wedding invitation are in with the date of the wedding.

  3. Kell says:

    I think it would be standard for both flutes, and the guy’s name usually goes first. BUT you can do it however you want.

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Proper engraving for toasting flutes?

April 2nd, 2010

I want to order some Champagne flutes for my wedding toast however I am not sure if the glasses / flutes are to be engraved exactly the same or do I change the order. For example Mary & John (Bride’s flute) John & Mary (Groom’s flute) or would it just be one standard form for both flutes i.e. Mary and John (Bride and Groom’s flutes)

3 Responses to “Proper engraving for toasting flutes?”

  1. RedRabbit says:

    Have it the way you want.

  2. leahcane says:

    The ones I’ve seen usually have what the order your wedding invitation are in with the date of the wedding.

  3. Kell says:

    I think it would be standard for both flutes, and the guy’s name usually goes first. BUT you can do it however you want.

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