decoupage wedding bottle of champagne

Mar­riage is a spe­cial moment for every cou­ple in love. I want this impor­tant day to be remem­bered for­ev­er. That is why so much atten­tion is paid to wed­ding acces­sories. This also applies to the sym­bol­ic bot­tle of cham­pagne, which, accord­ing to tra­di­tion, the young peo­ple open imme­di­ate­ly after the solemn cer­e­mo­ny of exchang­ing rings.

We will tell you how to decoupage a wed­ding bot­tle of cham­pagne to present it as a gift to the hap­py new­ly­weds. Clean, noble, fes­tive white col­or — it is he who is most asso­ci­at­ed with the wed­ding, there­fore our craft will be made in white.

We will need:

  • a bot­tle of cham­pagne;
  • alco­hol;
  • acrylic (white);
  • acrylic lac­quer;
  • PVA glue;
  • sev­er­al post­cards.
  1. To begin with, the bot­tle should be thor­ough­ly cleaned of “native” labels, degreased with alco­hol and primed with two lay­ers of white acrylic. From post­cards pre-coat­ed with acrylic var­nish on both sides, we remove all lay­ers of paper, at the same time com­pos­ing the future draw­ing. We place these frag­ments in warm water for 30 min­utes, then roll all the paper off them. The result should be trans­paren­cies with pic­tures.
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  3. Next, we con­tin­ue the wed­ding decoupage on cham­pagne by cut­ting out the nec­es­sary frag­ments from the films. We dilute PVA glue in water, and with this mix­ture we glue frag­ments of the image onto the bot­tle. Then we dec­o­rate the top of the bot­tle and the gaps between the frag­ments with white and blue paint using a sponge.
  4. If there are some inter­est­ing decor ele­ments in stocks (in our case, porce­lain ros­es), they can be attached to the craft. A mas­ter class on decoupage of wed­ding cham­pagne with your own hands should be com­plet­ed with acrylic var­nish, cov­er­ing the entire craft in two lay­ers. It is allowed to use sil­ver glit­ter, which will add shine to the bot­tle. On a satin rib­bon tied around the neck, you can make a few sil­ver dots. Small beads dec­o­rat­ed with green glit­ter will look beau­ti­ful on the back of the bot­tle.
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Short maternity wedding dresses
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In gen­er­al, hav­ing mas­tered the basics of decoupage tech­nique, you can exper­i­ment with decor, focus­ing on your own taste. Keep in mind that an excess of dec­o­ra­tions will make the craft look clum­sy and ridicu­lous. And the orig­i­nal gift, made for the new­ly­weds with a soul, they will keep for a long time in mem­o­ry of the won­der­ful fam­i­ly birth­day!

You can dec­o­rate cham­pagne in oth­er ways, as well as com­plete the set with wed­ding glass­es!