Should a bride sip from a champagne flute if she's with child? Lots of women believe moderation is key when it comes to a baby-to-be, but others steer clear of alcoholic foods while expecting. A girl's wedding day is a memorable one often filled with sentimental speeches and well wishes. Is it appropriate for a pregnant bride to raise her glass and toast her union with a bit of bubbly?
A champagne toast is often one of the most memorable parts of a wedding. I most certainly remember when my brother gave his bestman champagne toast at his best friend Ryan's wedding last September. I like the idea of everyone getting a glass of champagne - even the people who don't drink or don't like alchol - to take part in the toast. Julie and Scott's wedding will kick off with a special toast in which guests are handed a glass of delicious bubbly to salute the happy couple. I asked you all to head off to market in search of a champagne flute that has art deco undertones with an artistic and vintagey feel. You saved your finds in the Yum Market with the keyword tag Wedding Toast.
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No wedding is complete without a champagne toast and Julie and Scott's wedding reception will open with a special toast in which everyone is handed a glass of delicious bubbly and salutes the happy couple. For this kind of toast a special champagne glass is appropriate and since Julie's wedding has art deco undertones the glasses should be artistic and vintage-y. Let's all head off to market in search of the perfect wedding champagne glasses for Julie. Save the glasses-and anything else you may discover that is appropriate for a toast (champagne)- on TeamSugar in the Yum Market with the keyword tag Wedding Toast. I look forward to checking out your finds so good luck!
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