Wine Glass Writer Metallic Pens are perfect to have at a bar in a pretty glass, allowing guests to write on their wine glass so they don’t mix up their glasses at a party. If you have an artsy, pretty handwriting style, you could also add little designs or guest names before their arrive rather than leaving them out to do it themselves. Available at Amazon and Williams-Sonoma.
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Wine Glass Writer Metallic Pens are perfect to have at a bar in a pretty glass, allowing guests to write on their wine glass so they don’t mix up their glasses at a party. Made of a nontoxic ink, the pens easily write on crystal, glass and glazed ceramics, then wash off easily with soap and water. If you have an artsy, pretty handwriting style, you could also add little designs or guest names before their arrive rather than leaving them out to do it themselves. Available at Amazon and Williams-Sonoma.
Ideas to use Wine Glass Writer Metallic Pens
For a party, write conversation starters on the wine glass to keep guests entertained. When guests hit a lull, rather than perform an awkward conversation exit strategy, they’ll have a conversation starter to keep the conversation flowing. You could certainly theme these, but some fun ones to get you started:
THINGS // not to say to a police officer / to do with chocolate / questions you would ask a psychic (Borrowed from very funny party game, Game of Things)
NAME // 3 places you’ve lived / first thing you’d do if you won the lottery / 3 favorite wines
WOULD YOU RATHER // give up wine or chocolate / live in NYC or LA / drink California or French wine
Blind Wind Tasting Party
Using these pens at a blind wine tasting party would be perfect to keep all of the wines in order for the taster so they could match the wines with their notes at the end of the tasting.
If you’re artsy, draw little designs on each glass. It could be very simple – like dot patterns, snowflakes for holiday, stick figures – the metallic pen will make it pretty!
Add a theme like “What would Will do?” and add phrases to the glass (or on paper) to let guests fill in the blank on the glass, like “in a robbery, in New Orleans, in Victoria’s Secret” for some laughs. Or, have guests describe the guest of honor in one word to keep it simple.
Have all of the guests fill in the blank with a question – if the baby is going to be a surprise, have guests write on the glass whether they think it will be a boy or girl or what career she’ll have, always fun to guess based on what the parents do – and the clever answers will add an element of fun to the shower.
For a couples shower or a bridal shower, guests can get creative on their best wishes for the happy couple on the glass.
Always silly, have guests make their “stripper name” by combining their first pet’s name + the street they grew up on. It’s probably best to keep this idea to a party with your friends, not a family gathering at your grandmother’s or a party where your boss will be in attendance. (Just a suggestion.)