Picnic-Inspired Bridal Shower with Custom Share-a-Coke Bottles

These warm months are a great time to make lasting memories and with our love for classic details, summer events give us that timeless fix we always crave. But even with our favorite checkered linens and potted dahlias, we needed a standout, crowd-pleasing detail to tie everything together for this picnic-inspired bridal shower… and Coca-Cola’s brand new customized Share-a-Coke bottles came to the rescue!

 

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Everyone loves finding their names on the famous Share-a-Coke cans and bottles, so when we learned that Coca-Cola was offering online customization, our minds reeled thinking of all the ways we could put them to use!

Whether you’re looking for unique favors with your wedding hashtag, special escort cards with each guest’s name added, or a signature beverage branded with your new last name for a fun engagement party, ShareaCoke.com can make it happen. The possibilities are endless!

 

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With a design as timeless as a glass Coca-Cola bottle, it’s easy to see how your personalized Share-a-Coke can be dressed up for a formal event or styled casually for a laid-back celebration. We see these as a fun personal detail at birthday parties, rehearsal dinners, bridal showers, and more!

How will you create shareable moments this summer? To order custom Share-a-Coke bottles for your event or for the Coca-Cola lover in your life, head to ShareaCoke.com where you can preview your designs and order instantly!

 

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(Get the look! Custom Share-a-Coke bottles: ShareaCoke.com. Napkins: Ikea, similar here. Plates: West Elm, similar here. Glasses: vintage.  Checkered linen: Joann Fabrics. Striped paper straws: Paper Source.)

Photos by:  Christina McNeill

 

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Coca-Cola through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about Share-A-Coke, all opinions are my own.

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