An Elegant Wedding Featuring Silver Superstore
Weddings with Silver Superstore
Whether you’re engaged to be married or you know someone who is, you’ve come to the right place. We offer a diverse collection of exquisite pieces to delight couples and their guests on that special day and for years to come. Keep reading to get ideas.
Cutting the Cake
Wedding cake evolved from the ancient Roman tradition of breaking bread over the bride’s head for good luck.
Wedding dresses are traditionally white because that’s the color Queen Victoria chose when she married Prince Albert in 1840. The queen also served an all-white cake. The ingredients in white icing were so rare and costly at the time that it came to be called royal icing.
Cakes are more beautiful and expensive than ever, so the serving pieces should rise to the occasion. Personalized engraving will ensure that they become treasured family heirlooms.
We offer dozens of patterns from traditional to modern and from simple to ornate. Choose from sterling silver, stainless steel, silver plate, gold plate and even crystal. Our products are manufactured by the world’s finest silversmiths and most trusted brands.
Here is a small sampling:
This popular classic pattern is made of sterling silver and features a graceful fleur de lis.
For unadorned, timeless elegance that goes with any decor, it doesn’t get any simpler than the stainless steel Bravo set.
This pattern was introduced in 1900. Its graceful curves and delicate beading are still appealing.
This handsome stainless silverware can be dressed up for black-tie events or dressed down for brunch alfresco.
The exquisitely carved crystal handles are even lovelier by candlelight.
The interlocking rings design iterates the promise of everlasting love. Continue the pattern with flatware, dinnerware and glassware.
Browse our site for many more options by Wallace, Oneida, Yamakazi, Ricci, Fortessa and other fine makers.
Toasting the Happy Couple
A French soldier and literary critic named Charles de Saint-Evremond smuggled Champagne to England when he was exiled in
1661. King Charles II of England couldn’t get enough of it, and its popularity soon trickled down to the upper class.
At that time, Champagne was sipped from common beer and cider glasses. The tall, thin toasting glasses known as flutes were designed later. A bead at the base helps to retain the carbonation and causes the bubbles to rise dramatically to the top of the glass. The shape keeps the wine from prematurely going flat. That comes in handy when long-winded toasters drag on and on.
We carry close to 40 different patterns in a wide range of styles. Toasting flutes remind couples of their wedding day with every use, and engraving makes them unique and meaningful.
Here are just a few of the designs we offer:
These crystal and silver plate flutes have a band accented with tiny gems between the stem and bowl. They are delicate and romantic.
Heirloom is a one-of-a-kind design in crystal and platinum. The elegant lines and intricate detail in the decorated band around the rim make it fit for royalty.
The sleek design conveys a sense of excitement and drama. Germany has long been known for its extraordinary glassmakers, and Zwiesel has been in business since 1872.
One flute in this clever set is inscribed with the phrase “To Have” and the other with the phrase “To Hold.”
This set has the pleasing weight and balance that Waterford is known for. The carving subtly suggests a pair of hearts.
These highly unusual glasses have broad bases embedded with tiny glass beads that evoke rising Champagne bubbles.
If you’re a soon-to-be bride, be sure to start your registry. Our prompts make it easy. Just specify your favorite serving sets, toasting flutes, flatware and other desired gifts.
If you’re shopping for a bride or groom, don’t overlook our picture frames, decorative trays, vanity accessories and other home decor items.
Love is in the air at Silver Superstore.