For glamorous favours, decorate mini bottles of Champagne with polka-dot labels. Cut spotted labels into discs, write a guest's name on the back and punch a hole near the edge. Thread beads and a label onto fine wire. Loop the wire around the bottle and fasten the ends together.
Mini Moët bottles, £7.99, from wine retailers. Spotted labels, cut to size, 85p, Specklefarm. Faux gold beads, £2.25 for 25; fine wire, £2.25 for 36.5m, HobbyCraft.
As seen in the January/February 2009 issue of Brides
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