INSIDE : Create gorgeous Floral Champagne Saucer Glasses for your next happy hour gathering with these simple steps. You will be surprised how fun it is to elevate your glassware with silk flowers!
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This post has been updated since it’s original publish date of March 2017.
I’ve had this idea in my head for a while and it feels so good to get it out and into a reality! This craft is the most simple to create, but adds SUCH a fun whimsical flair to your champagne glasses! So head to your local craft shop, grab all your favorite silk faux flowers and keep reading.
Today I am sharing how to make fun and inexpensive Floral Champagne Saucer Glasses.
What supplies do I need to create Flower Champagne Glasses?
Faux Flowers (Examples – here, here, here)
Faux Greenery (Examples – here, here, here)
Disposable Champagne Saucers (or you can use real glassware, too)
Scissors or Small Wire Cutters (optional)
Copper Bar set
Gorgeous Marbled Napkins
How to make decorative champagne glasses:
The first thing you do is pull off all the flowers and big leaves from your faux flower stems. Most of them come off without any effort. There may be a few here and there that you will need to use scissors or small wire cutters for.
I then gathered up all the flower and leaf options by type so I could more easily see what I was working with.
How to add flowers to glassware:
Next is the fun part! Always start at the base of your glass first and build up from there. It’s important to begin with one of your bigger leaves and glue it down so it is sticking out and away from the glass.
Next, chose your “statement piece” flower next. My statement piece flower was the biggest flower I used on each glass. Once I had my main leaf and biggest flower in place, it is all about filling in with the small flowers and leaves.
If you choose to do only one side of your champagne saucer then adding just a few more items will probably finish up your glass. However, I wanted my glasses to be lovely from all sides. So as I went, I kept turning the glass to make sure the flowers were evenly placed and there were no noticeable gaps.
That is the beauty of faux flowers, you don’t need to worry about smashing or squeezing them so you can really get a lot of flowers on each champagne glass!
Bedazzled Champagne Flute
Some may call it bedazzling, but I think this look can really be quite elegant… so bedazzle may not be the word I would choose to describe it, ha. Depending on the flowers you choose to use, these saucer glasses can become real pieces of art!
I was so pleased with how these turned out that I ended up hand washing and reusing them multiple times.
Champagne Glass Centerpiece
They are so lovely they act as a wonderful centerpiece when all grouped together, too.
Add a little bubbly and you now have champagne glasses that can act as centerpieces when not in use!
DIY Wedding Champagne Flutes
How perfect would they be for a wedding, baby shower or even a Thanksgiving celebration!
Look at all that color… how lovely they they can stand alone and look pretty but still are completely functional.
I channeled my inner Oleander and Palm on this project because she always shares the most lovely drink displays.
If you are looking to make this fun DIY, check out my supplies below!