How to Make a Mini Liquor Bottle Bouquet

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My baby sister turned 21 this weekend! Like what?? Teeny nugget can drink legally! Once upon a time, I wrote one of my favorite posts ever to my baby sister on her birthday. Check it out here.

I’m so thankful that she thinks I am cool enough to get invited to her party. I was so excited to go and celebrate her! I, of course, brought sisterly gifts. But I also wanted to give her something that every 21 year old needs–a bouquet of mini liquor bottles!

This is the cutest thing and so fun to bring to the birthday girl or boy! Obviously, with a man I would use less glitter and maybe add some meat sticks or snacks. Either way, the base bouquet is the same.

To make these, you will need:
– Mini bottles of liquor. Be sure to get an assortment of flavors and colors.
– Kabob skewers
– Hot Glue
– Confetti/Styrofoam/Some kind of vase filler
– A vase
– Cupcake liners
– Ribbon

1. Glue a kabob skewer to the back of a mini liquor bottle.
2. Push the skewer through the bottom of a cupcake liner and glue the bottom of the bottle to the liner. The linear gives it more of a “flower” look.
3. Place a small dab of glue in the hole where the kabob is inserted to keep in place.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 until all your bottles are complete.
5. Fill your vase with either styrofoam, confetti, marbles, or something that will hold the kabobs in place.
6. Trim the lengths of the stems into random sizes to give your bouquet more dimension. The point is to make it look like a floral arrangement.
7. Place your new bottle flowers in the vase filler. Make sure the weight is distributed evenly and be really careful when removing one.
8. Tie a pretty ribbon around the vase.
9. Bring to the party! 🙂

Aren’t these the cutest?? What is the best gift you’ve ever given someone? 


30 comments so far.
  • How creative. 🙂 This might be my new favorite gift! I love this idea, Helen!

  • Kyla Matton Osborne

    What a cute idea! It would be fun to make the bouquet with mini bottles for making the recipient’s favourite cocktail – x2!

  • Patricia @ Grab a Plate

    That’s adorable! What a fun gift and treat in one! Really creative!

  • Miss ALK

    This is adorable- I saved it to my Pinterest! I wish I had known about this in college because this would have been the ideal gift for 21st birthdays!!

    xoxo A

  • I love this! So simple and easy to make, and it’s such a fun gift for anyone!

  • Kristen Jones

    Oh I just love this!! This is a perfect gift for galentine’s day or any time, really!

  • Best gift ever!!!

  • Ruth LovettSmith

    Super cute gift idea. I pinned on Pinterest!

  • This is adorable Helen! I think I might do this for my hubby! 🙂

  • My Veteran Woman Life

    What a neat idea! Perfect for a 21st Bday or even a Bachelorette party!

  • Don’t mind me, just forwarding to my hubs because I think I’d like this more than actual flowers this year HAHA YAS

  • This is adorable! This would be such a fun gift to give–or receive!!

  • Kristi McAllister

    Now that’s just cute! I don’t know anybody that’s about to be “legal” so to speak, but this would make a super cute hostess gift too! I’m definitely pinning this and trying it myself! Happy Birthday to your sister!

  • This is so cute and such a creative idea! I’d love to make this for someone someday.

  • OMG this is so cute! I love this idea, so fun and SO different!!

Hey! I’m Helen.

Hey! I’m Helen.

Llife and style blogger. Diet Coke addict. Fluent in emojis. Online shopaholic.

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