Drinkware For Your Holiday Tablescape

Hosting the holidays can be overwhelming, both mentally and financially. And if you’re anything like me, you like to set a beautiful tablescape but don’t want to break the bank doing it.

To me, glassware really makes a tablescape. I’m a sucker for elegant wine glasses and champagne flutes–especially when they’re budget friendly. So I’ve done the legwork for you and found some pretty awesome pieces that will appeal to any style but don’t cost an arm and a leg.

Threshold Ballooned Red Wine Glasses

These are by far my favorite stemmed wine glasses! They’re very similar to the Crate & Barrel long stem wine glasses, but at a fraction of the price.

Libbey Signature Westbury White Wine Glasses

These wine glasses are so pretty and make for an elegant & sophisticated tablescape. You can’t go wrong with these, especially with the low price tag.

Circle Glass Chantal Riesling Wine Glass

The sleek shape of these wine glasses lends itself well to a more modern holiday tablescape. If you prefer classy yet simple decor, these wine glasses are a perfect go-to for any occasion.

Libbey Neive Stemless Wine Glasses

Stemless wine glasses are perfect for a more casual get together. I love the simplicity of these wine glasses and what makes them even more appealing is the price tag: 8 glasses for under $20.

Red Vanilla Fluted Champagne Glass

There’s just something so classic about these champagne glasses–simple and elegant. If you enjoy the bubbly, I’d definitely invest in a set of these champagne flutes.

Circle Glass Chantal Champagne Flute

I love the unique shape of these champagne flutes! If you enjoy more edgy, trendy decor, then these champagne flutes are a must for your collection.

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