Hands up if you love prosecco? Here at Hitched HQ we are obsessed so we’ve come up with the best ways to include even more prosecco at your wedding, from alcoholic wedding favours to pimp your prosecco stands.
Calling all prosecco lovers far and wide, Aldi have just launched a new bottle of bubbly and it’s bigger and better than ever! The new addition to their shelves is a whopping three litre bottle of prosecco – enough to serve up 24 glasses of fizz, as opposed to the usual six glasses you’d get in a normal bottle.
The bottle is selling at £39.99 per unit, making your cost-per-glass around £1.67 – that’s a lot of happy wedding guests!
These prosecco flavour sweets from Lakeland make snacking seriously elegant – use them for your wedding favours or display them on your wedding sweet buffet. They’re guaranteed to go down a storm!
Prosecco Wedding Invitations
Let everyone know what the theme of your wedding will be from the start with these prosecco themed party invitations from Doodlelove. These say ‘birthday’ on them but you can have them customised to suit your event. Let’s face it, everyone who comes to your wedding will be most excited about prosecco and cake.
Prosecco Hand Cream
Make sure your hands are ring-ready by splashing out on some fabulous wedding nail art and keeping your hands in perfect condition with a gorgeous hand cream. We’re loving this Fizz & Bubbles scented hand cream from Marks and Spencer, which has an irresistible prosecco scent.
Pimp Your Prosecco
Serve prosecco as your welcome drinks and set up a station where your guests can ‘pimp’ their prosecco with a choice of fruits, flavoured syrups, edible flowers and sugar crystals. Everyone will have so much fun customising their drinks.
Press for Prosecco Sign
Add some 1920s inspired decadence to your wedding with this ‘Press for Prosecco’ sign – prop it up at your bar to add a real sense of occasion to the day.
Image credit: Green Phoenix Crafts
Prosecco Cocktail Bar
Give your favourite drink a glamorous makeover by hiring a cocktail bar and using prosecco as the base for all your drinks. We love this set up from The Cocktail Car Company and your guests will too.
Prosecco Temporary Tattoo
We know what you’re thinking – but this one is for the hen party! Give all your hens a glamorous gold temporary tattoo to apply like this one from Fuzzy and Birch, which reads ‘Time to drink prosecco and dance on the tables’. We couldn’t agree more – it’s the perfect classy hen party accessory!
These candles from Tangled Vine UK don’t smell of prosecco (there can be too much of a good thing, maybe) but they are in upcycled prosecco bottles which will look amazing on your reception tables.
Personalised Bottle Labels
Dress up the bottles of prosecco at your wedding with personalised bottle labels. We love this one from Tailored Chocolates and Gifts – it’d make a perfect engagement gift too.
Wedding signs are a great way to add some personality and fun to your wedding day. We love this ‘On Your Marks’ sign from Made With Love Designs Ltd – it’ll look perfect propped up at the bar or perched on your wedding cocktail table.
Prosecco Cork Table Numbers
If you’ve decided against wedding table names, why not creatively display your table numbers by using prosecco corks to build them? We love this example, captured by New Garden Photography.
Have some fun with your centrepieces with this cool pineapple wedding idea – adding a sweet tree centrepiece to your reception tables will delight your guests, and there’s a bottle of prosecco concealed inside each one of these chocolate delights from Sweet Trees.
Prosecco Cake Frosting
If you’re making your own wedding cake, why not add an extra fancy flourish with some prosecco flavoured frosting, available from Lakeland?
Add a romantic glow to your wedding reception with these tiny prosecco bottles filled with fairy lights. This is an easy wedding décor item to DIY as well, if you’re looking for creative wedding budget hacks.
Image credit: GlassReRoots
Prosecco Party Favours
Edible wedding favours will always go down a treat with your guests and these mini chocolate prosecco bottles from Choc on Choc are perfect. They’ll look so elegant on your tables.
Go all-out fancy and serve prosecco in teacups – these prosecco teacups from Yvonne Ellen will look amazing at a wedding that is full of vintage ideas.
Prosecco Place Cards
Attach your guests’ names to these prosecco themed decorations from Lucy Made Me or use them as wedding chair decorations to add some extra glamour and humour to your wedding day.
As far as amazing proposal ideas go, including prosecco is always going to be a winner. But this is a different kind of proposal. Use a bottle of the bubbly stuff and a personalised label from Tailored Chocolates and Gifts to say ‘Will you be my bridesmaid?’
Prosecco Lip Balm
Make your first kiss as newlyweds extra sweet with this prosecco and peach cocktail lip balm from Sweet Cecily’s. It’d also be a cute addition to your hen party gift bags.
Jam is a cute wedding favour that your guests can take home with them and it’s an easy homemade wedding favour too! But if you’re not feeling that crafty, we love this strawberry and prosecco jam – complete with edible gold – from Alcoholic Jams.
Wine Glass Charms
These adorable wine glass charms from Cute-Clocks read ‘It’s Prosecco O’Clock’ and they’re a super cute way to dress up your wedding reception tables. They also make gorgeous bridesmaid thank you gifts as well.
If prosecco isn’t your thing, or you just love all alcohol, make sure you check out the best ways to include gin at your wedding – it’s ginspirational!