Simple DIY | Mini-Champagne Bottle Brunch Invites
September 09, 2014
Throwing a “bubbly bridal brunch” is always a fabulous idea – and this mini-champagne bottle invitation takes fabulous to a whole other level! Using a mini-bottle of Freixenet champagne (Cava), our free editable invitation label download below and a few embellishments will not only excite your guests but it will show them who the bridal brunch boss is! We also have a “bubbly brunch” label for you.. incase your brunching isn’t of the bridal kind!
- Free invitation label download
- Freixenet Cava mini-bottles
- Sticker paper from Staples
- Mini cocktail forks and spoons
- Mini Glue Dots
- Ribbon in your choice of color
So I originally created this super-fab DIY for Best Friends for Frosting… only I created a “Bubbly Brunch” version for them… and I felt it only right to share a “Bridal Brunch” version here! So below are the two links for the different editable downloads (you’ll have to visit BFFF to get the bubbly brunch label):
——> “Bridal Brunch” Editable Label Download
——> “Bubbly Brunch” Editable Label Download
Download your choice of label above. Open the pdf. and double click to edit the information to match your event. Then print the file onto 8.5” x 11” sticker paper and cut out each label.
Peel the backing off each sticker and press over the existing labels on each bottle of champagne, front and back. These designs are meant to fit perfectly over the existing bottle labels so there is no need to remove them.
Using Glue Dots adhere the mini fork and spoons to the champagne bottle in a cross.
These darling forks and spoons just kill me!!!
Tie a bow around the fork and spoon and you are finished… use a ribbon color that fits your brunch theme!
Cut the excess ribbon away…
These darling invites will cost at least $4 to mail + a box… so they might be best hand delivered.
The editable labels let you fill in all your personal party details!
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DIY Tutorial Credits
Photography: Something Turquoise Photography // DIY tutorial and free downloads: Jen | Something Turquoise // 8.5″ sticker paper: Staples // mini cocktail Forks and Spoons: Amazon // glue dots: courtesy of Glue Dots // mini-bottles of Freixenet: Bev-Mo // Martha Stewart scissors and ribbons: Michaels // nail polish: Essie Ruffles & Feathers