Personalised Shot Glasses – Wedding Favour Must Haves

If you are getting married in a few months, it’s time to start thinking about the kind of wedding favours that will be both beautiful and useful for your guests. Choosing wedding favours requires careful thought. After all, you wouldn’t want your giveaways to be stashed in cabinets and forgotten or worse, thrown in the trash. Among the best wedding favours that you can consider are personalised shot glasses, which are both useful and nice enough for your guests to want to display in their homes. What’s even better is that many people actually collect them.

Choosing the right personalised shot glasses call for a few considerations. First, you have to familiarise yourself with the different sizes. Would you like 50 ml Boston shot glasses, tall 60 ml shot glasses, votive holders, or shooter style shot glasses? You should also consider quality. And of course, you should be able to get those shot glasses personalised as you wish, for a price that is reasonable.

If you are looking to buy personalised shot glasses in Australia, go straight to a manufacturer that offer a wide range of shot glasses. The best ones sell 50 ml, 60 ml, and votive holder shot glasses that can be personalised with professional laser engraving. They should also offer shooter style shot glasses that can be custom printed with the design and colour of your choice. You can choose from an extensive range of design options. However, if you can’t find a design that you like, you can have the company’s graphic designers create a unique design for you. Production of the personalised shot glasses will take approximately 5-10 days, depending on the type. You will also have a money back guarantee if the items do not arrive as described, or you can have them replaced.


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