Browse our handsome collection of personalized glassware, perfect for home and bar, they and add an extra personal touch. Engraved into the glass itself in-house right here at Home Wet Bar, the look is nothing short of stunning! Give the gift that keeps on giving with our custom glassware
The choice is completely yours. We have dozens of designs that can be personalized onto the glasses of your choice, and we can even do corporate logo engraving. All of our designs are made in-house, then transferred to our internal personalization department where they are laser engraved into the glasses. Then, the glasses are polished smooth for a custom look that will never fade or peel, our unique drinking glasses will last a lifetime! Finally, the glasses are packaged and shipped out to you to enjoy.
How to Choose Glassware
When choosing which personalized glasses to buy it is important to take into consideration three big things.
What type of alcohol you enjoy drinking. Glasses are virtually useless if you don't like the alcohol they are used with. For instance, we'd never recommend a beer drinker buy a wine glass. However, you might still consider whiskey glasses even if you don't like whiskey because you might use them for cocktails.
Who you enjoy drinking with? This one is pretty obvious. You should have not only custom glassware on hand for you, but also your guests. If you're unsure then it never hurts to have some basic rocks (whiskey) glasses on hand because they can be used for serving most cocktails and the more refined liquors as well.
Do you want engraved glasses, printed glasses, or plastic? For most people plastic is out, unless you are of course in college. So that leaves personalized glassware that is etched with a laser or other machine, and printed glassware. With printed glass, it's a little cheaper initially, but the print will crack from the dishwasher over time and age. With engraved glasses you have a product that will last as long as the glass does, never fading, never cracking, because it's physically engraved into the glasses themselves. We obviously prefer the quality of engraved glasses, that's why we don't sell printed glassware but the choice is of course entirely up to you.