Ice Cold Mason Jar Drinking Glasses $16.99 http://www.houzz.com/photos/10955414/Ice-Cold-Mason-Jar-Drinking-Glasses-traditional-cups-and-glassware-

Ice Cold Mason Jar Drinking Glasses $16.99 http://www.houzz.com/photos/10955414/Ice-Cold-Mason-Jar-Drinking-Glasses-traditional-cups-and-glassware-

mint tea in glasses, and fabulous teapot, that reminds me of my birth country #Morocco! Just sit, sip and relax!

mint tea in glasses, and fabulous teapot, that reminds me of my birth country #Morocco! Just sit, sip and relax!

They say “elegance is in the details” so add a detail that is sure to have your guest raving over your special day. Personalized cup sleeves are perfect to enhance your wedding day or shower with names, dates, and even special quotes or lyrics. Dress up your guest beverages for the traditional cocktail hour, the trend setting coffee bar or just the “finishing touch of elegance” to your place setting. Ordinary glassware and disposable cups will be the best dressed attendants at your event…

They say “elegance is in the details” so add a detail that is sure to have your guest raving over your special day. Personalized cup sleeves are perfect to enhance your wedding day or shower with names, dates, and even special quotes or lyrics. Dress up your guest beverages for the traditional cocktail hour, the trend setting coffee bar or just the “finishing touch of elegance” to your place setting. Ordinary glassware and disposable cups will be the best dressed attendants at your event…

Monticello Beverage Dispenser

Monticello Beverage Dispenser

Pink Hobnail Cup and Saucer Set Hocking Glass by CharlottesWonders, $53.95

Pink Hobnail Cup and Saucer Set Hocking Glass Co. 1934-1936

Modern Edo Kiriko glassware by Toru Horiguchi, Japan (Edo Kiriko is a Japanese traditional glassware and its origin dates back to 1834 in the Edo period, used emery powder to produce glassware engraved with patterns)

Modern Edo Kiriko glassware by Toru Horiguchi, Japan (Edo Kiriko is a Japanese traditional glassware and its origin dates back to 1834 in the Edo period, used emery powder to produce glassware engraved with patterns)

empty mason jars for favors so that at the end, guests can fill the jars at the candy bar

empty mason jars for favors so that at the end, guests can fill the jars at the candy bar

The earliest known use of glassware occurred in Ancient Mesopotamia. Its use was later copied and refined by several civilizations including, but not limited to, the Romans, Greeks and Egyptians.

The earliest known use of glassware occurred in Ancient Mesopotamia. Its use was later copied and refined by several civilizations including, but not limited to, the Romans, Greeks and Egyptians.

Vintage crockery, cutlery, glassware, accessories and vintage caravan hire for weddings, tea party, garden party and photoshots

Vintage crockery, cutlery, glassware, accessories and vintage caravan hire for weddings, tea party, garden party and photoshots

Now, there ARE responsibilities that come with being Southern... and knowing how to make a proper Mint Julep is one. So, for those needing a brush-up... or for our non-Southern friends (Bless Their Hearts), here's an easy guide (though for heaven's sake, please serve in a silver julep cup)...

Now, there ARE responsibilities that come with being Southern... and knowing how to make a proper Mint Julep is one. So, for those needing a brush-up... or for our non-Southern friends (Bless Their Hearts), here's an easy guide (though for heaven's sake, please serve in a silver julep cup)...

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