Silkscreened Collection Personalized Shot Glasses for All Occasions
Product Code: FC-3406S-PAA
Dimensions: 2 1/2" x 2" diameter (3.5 ounces)
Product Description: Made in the USA, these sturdy round shot glasses double as decorative tealight votive holders. Each is made of clear glass and may be silkscreened with your choice of over 130 terrific designs in a wide variety of ink colors with your custom text lines in your choice of fonts.
PLEASE NOTE: These versatile shot glasses arrive bulk-packed but display white gift-boxes are available for an additional fee. Due to personalization, the minimum order quantity for this item is 19 and there is a design surcharge of $24.00 that will be added to your order along with shipping charges at checkout. Please also note that while we package all personalized glassware with extra care, we cannot replace (only refund) any glassware that may break while being shipped by UPS or FedEx. It's always a good idea to order extra quantity (5% is the rule of thumb) to account for shipping damage or unexpected guests.
PLEASE NOTE: This item can only be shipped to the Continental United States. It can't be shipped to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or Canada.
Price: $29.26for required minimum quantity of 19
19 - 47
48 - 71
72 - 699
700 - 3499
Your Ground Shipping order to locations in the Continental U.S. should arrive by (expedited shipping options are available at checkout):
Want to preview your personalization options before making your final choices? CLICK HERE TO CREATE A PERSONALIZED PROOF with your design options (or click on the green PREVIEWER button above). Click "Save" when finished and paste the resulting ID number into the Design ID box below.Design ID (if applicable): Copy and paste the design ID from the previewer.
Our Customer Comments: "Hi, I just wanted to send you a thank you note for getting my bridal accessories to me so quickly. I really was expecting to receive them several days from now. Thank you for your excellent service. I am very happy with the bridal favor order." Karen E.