A fun pair of champagne flutes gift set celebrating the 25th Anniversary also know as the Silver Wedding.
This pair of stunning champagne flutes are a great 25th anniversary gift for any couple that can see the funny side of life. You get two champagne flutes one stating ’25 years of being Mr Right’, the other States ’25 years of being Mrs Always Right’, of course we know which is the correct one don’t we?
Supplied in an Amore gift box.
Flute Dimension: Diameter is 4.5 at top, 5.5cm at widest point, Base is 6cm. Height is 23cm.
Box Dimensions: 15.5cm wide by 24.5cm high by 7.5cm deep. Hand wash only.
Care instructions: This item is intended for ornamental use. Wash before first use. Not suitable for Dishwasher or microwave, handwash only. Do not rub the design. Leave to dry. If washed regularly, the design may fade over time.
A great token gift for anyone celebrating their 25th Anniversary. A lovely ornament in the shape of a Loveheart with 2 Champagne flutes mounted in the middle with Swarovski Crystals embedded in the flutes For over 30 years Crystocraft&trad; has grown from a leading manufacturer into a promising brand that sets the trend with its exceptional taste in style and beauty.
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Dimensions: 8cm Tall by 7cm wide, the base is 3cm in diameter with a felt pad. Made from Chromed base metal with Swarovski&trad; Crystal inset. Presented wrapped in acid free paper within a waxy feel gift box.
Q. I am trying to help my mother-in-law put together a 25th anniversary for my sister-in-law. I have one question. When ordering a personalised gift like toasting glasses for the couple should it have the date of marriage or the number 25 on it. I plan on putting their name on whatever I purchase but need the advice on their wedding date or anniversary years to be engraved. I plan on purchasing their glasses for the head table as well as guest book, serving set for the cake etc. Everything I want to buy for this anniversary has names and dates shown on them.
A. It looks like you have done a lot of planning for this celebration, I hope you and your in-laws enjoy it. With regard to your question on whether to use the wedding date or the number of years there is no prescribed etiquette although the event you are commemorating and celebrating is traditionally called the ‘Silver Wedding’ this being the milestone of 25 years of marriage so this should be marked either by reference to the number of years (25th Anniversary) , the event’s name (Silver Wedding) or by date reference e.g. 6th June 1987 – 6th June 2012 the majority of gifts available for this celebration state the anniversary being celebrated i.e. 25th Anniversary or more correctly the Silver Wedding.
It should be noted that if the gift is meant to be commemorative in nature then out of context it should be possibly to recognise the celebration it honours so if someone not connected with the celebration saw the item they would instantly understand the meaning of the item.