Here Comes The Bride

What a way to commemorate your marriage by making a treasure with your friends and family!  Every time you use these glasses you will be reminded of a celebration of joy and happiness!  Plus, they will look amazing on the bridal party table!     

Below is the instructional video which we have broken down into sections so you can pause or skip as you would like, but remember to make sure everyone in your party is at the same place. 

Note: If you are hosting a large party (5 or more) we suggest that you, The Host/Hostess, watch the video first so you can better assist your guests. Some have even taken notes along the way. 

When you are ready, simply hit PLAY below and let's get the party started!

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Let's Get The Party Started

To the host/hostess, if this is a larger party, please be sure to watch the first few chapters before your guests arrive. It will go over what is in the box, how to set up your paint stations, and a few other tips and tricks.​

Have an amazing party!

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Preserving Your Glasses

STEP 1:  Let your glasses dry for 24 hours.

STEP 2:  Bake on the paint.

  • Place the glasses on a cookie sheet in a COLD oven.

  • Turn the oven on to 325 degrees (with the glasses already inside).

  • After 30 minutes, turn the oven off but leave the glasses in until they are cool to the touch. (this may take a few hours). Tip: You can crack the oven open to speed up the process.

  • Remove your glasses from the oven.

STEP 3:  Sealing With The Gloss Finish

  • Use your flat brush to apply a thin layer of sealant over ONLY the painted part of your glass. Note: It will go on with a milky coat but will dry clear.

  • Let them dry for 3 days (I know, you must be patient)

STEP 4: Washing Your Glasses

We always recommend HAND WASHING. If you place them in the dishwasher, over time, the paint may crack.

STEP 5: Have A Drink!