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Create Amazing Centerpieces with
Wine Glasses and Candles


Planning a celebration? Wine and champagne glasses make excellent candle holders. With a little imagination, and a simple glass, you can dream up ingenious ways to make your own distinctive centerpieces.

Large or medium-sized wine goblets hold ball or egg-shaped candles with flair...narrower champagne flutes make stylish holders for long tapers. ..turn upside down wine glasses into unusual candle stands. Decorate the graceful stems with ribbons, flowers, and other ornaments.

You'll hire wine cups in large quantities for weddings and special events anyway. So, you can create exciting candleholders, with the stemware already at your disposal.

Ideas for Eye-catching Wine Glass Centrepieces:

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12-piece set wine glass candle lamp shades Rhinestone-Studded Wine Glass Shades with Swirl Designs - Pack of 12

A wine glass is just a wine glass...until you transform it into a dazzling table lamp centerpiece.

Wine glass lamps - decorated with rhinestones - sparkle away merrily on your holiday tables. Semi-transparent vellum covers, patterned with graceful swirls, fit over your favorite wine or champagne glasses, (they have adjustable tabs).

Snow-white Led tealights complete a classic White Christmas theme. Or experiment with red, gold and green Led lights, and inject a spirit of fun and festivity into your Xmas party.

The set includes 12 lampshades + 24 rhinestones for every candle shade. You'll have to affix the rhinestones with your own nimble fingers. Unfortunately, they don't come already attached.

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Floating candles in wine glasses Simple, easy and supremely elegant...float a candle in a wine glass, and enjoy the magical effect of candlelight playing through water and the transparency of the glass.

Line up a row of floating candle wine glass centerpieces down the centre of a long table...place one at each place setting...or group three different sized glasses, (one taller and one shorter than the third), together in the middle of a round table.
 
 
Votive and wine glass tea light candlestick Create makeshift candlesticks with votive cups and wine glasses. Attach a votive glass to an overturned wineglass with a dab of Presstik. (Glue the two pieces together with epoxy glue for a more permanent arrangement).

We decorated the stem with transparent pink, and white pearl, beads: thread beads onto sturdy crochet cotton, using a thin embroidery needle. Tie the beads around the glass's stem.

Stick a tea light into the votive glass. Tea lights decorated with glitter give a nice sparkle.
 
 
rose and carnation arrangements in wine glasses with pink candles Make a Flower and Candle Centerpiece in a Wine Glass

Make easy floral arrangements in wine glasses without florists' foam. Simply arrange short-stemmed flowers around a pillar candle in a shallow, wider glass. Or stick longer-stemmed flowers around a taper in a taller, narrower glass.

We used roses and carnations. Have fun experimenting with your favourite flowers!

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Pansy arrangement in upside down wineglass, with yellow ball candle on top Miniature flower arrangements, in upside down wineglass candleholders, make unusual centrepieces for weddings, bridal showers, and many more special occasions.

We used cheerful pansy faces, but you can use any small flowers or buds.

A ball, (or small pillar candle), on the foot of the glass, completes the arrangement.

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Centerpiece with up-side down wine glass, candle, flowers and ribbon The graceful stems of wineglasses present you with unique opportunities to decorate.

Turn wine glasses over, tie fresh flowers to the stems with ribbons, stick candles on top, and you have pretty floral centerpieces, adding notes of grace, and elegance, to your wedding, or bridal shower tables.

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Upside down wine glass candle centerpiece Inverted wine glasses, filled with glass nuggets, marbles, or beads, form dazzling candlesticks, with the base, (now on top), holding the candle.

You'll need: a wine glass; a candle; glass nuggets; a mirror tile or circular pane of glass, slightly wider than the rim of the wine glass.

Fill the wine glass with nuggets. Place a mirror tile, or glass pane, over the glass's opening. Turn over carefully and place it on your table. Place the candle on the base of the glass. Decorate your table with more nuggets, ribbons or serviettes of matching colors.
 
 
Centerpiece with tapers in champagne glasses Champagne glasses of the same types or designs, but of different heights, make a dramatic centerpiece, when grouped closely together in the center of a table, and with a taper candle in each one.

You'll need: 3 champagne glasses; taper candles; coarse bath crystals or florists' gel, (to stabilize the candles).

Arrange the glasses in a circular shape. Pour crystals or florists' gel into each glass. Wedge the tapers firmly into the crystals, until they stand firmly and securely upright, by themselves.
 
 
Sugar frosted wine glasses with candles Wine glasses rimmed with sugar, and filled with candles, make ideal party centerpieces. Use coloured sugar for birthdays, coconut for the snowy effect of a "white Christmas", coffee granules for rich, earth-toned colour schemes. Milk, lemon juice, or any other sticky liquids adhere the granules to the edge of the glass.

You'll need: wine glasses; sugar; milk; candles.

Pour milk into a shallow dish. Dip the wine glass's rim into the milk. Pour sugar into another plate. Dip and rub the glass into the sugar until well coated. Leave to dry. Place a candle into each glass.

Tip for making coloured sugar: Pour sugar into a container. Drip drops of food colouring into the sugar. Stir well with a fork. Leave to dry for several hours. Mash through with the fork to eliminate lumps. Ready to use!
 
 
Wine glasses decorated with lime napkins and silver ribbons Decorate Wine Glasses with Paper Napkins and Ribbons

Wine glasses, decorated with napkins and ribbons, make festive pillar or ball candle centerpieces.

Use colorful paper napkins for birthdays, or informal parties. High-quality fabric or cloth napkins add a touch of distinction to weddings, or formal celebrations.

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wine glass centerpiece with tapers and floating flowers You'll need:

2 white tapers
Crystals or florists's gel
An oval glass dish
2 wine glasses
Flowers and leaves (we used a pink rose, white carnation, yesterday-today-and-tomorrow, and deep blue pansies)
Glass nuggets

Place the 2 glasses in the oval dish. Pour crystals into the glasses. Wedge the candles in firmly. Layer the bottom of the dish with glass nuggets. Pour water into the dish, up to the stems of the glasses. Arrange flowers and leaves in the water under the candle glasses.
 
 
Centerpiece with wine glasses and tea lights Turn wine glasses into dazzling tea light holders. The refractive qualities of pressed glass, cut glass and crystal, with deeply-etched designs, cast shimmering patterns of candlelight onto your surroundings. Use LED tea lights for fragile glass pieces.

Group these decorative wineglasses together on a shiny round metal tray; display them in a row on a long mirror tile, (or line up 3 or 4 square mirror tiles); place a white cloth underneath a pane of glass, with an arrangement of wine glass candle holders on top. Use glasses of different shapes and sizes, with the same or similar designs. Place a tea light in each one, and you have a stunning display of wine glasses transformed into hurricane candle holders.

This effect is spectacularly beautiful, but can look quite cold, (despite the glowing candlelight). Surround the glasses with flowers, beads, ribbons, or whichever decorations you fancy. Colourful flowers, particularly, bring this type of centerpiece to life.
 
   
 
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