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No doubt you’re familiar with Coca-Cola’s campaign — we’ve all seen the bottles of Coke products personalized with every name imaginable by now. These fun bottles are a great way to let someone know you’re thinking about them, and we’re constantly amazed by how great they look included in your wedding festivities. Now that the holidays are here, Coca-Cola is rolling out their holiday edition of Share a Coke and there are now even more options to share with your loved ones!


For those of you planning winter wedding events — whether they’re engagement parties, bridal showers, bachelorette parties, or even a real wedding — Coke is a wonderful way to share something special with your guests and loved ones. The limited edition “Share a Coke” bottles feature seasonal names such as “Santa,” “Someone Nice,” “Someone Naughty,” “Under the Mistletoe,” “Elves” and “Secret Santa.” Aluminum bottles of Coca-Cola will feature reindeer names such as “Dasher & Dancer,” “Prancer & Vixen” and “Comet & Cupid,” all of which make wonderful ideas for a wedding detail your guests will love!



If you’re wondering how you can get your very own Share a Coke glass bottles customized with names or holiday themes, it couldn’t be any easier! Just visit . Online purchase options include individual eight-ounce glass bottles and six-packs of eight-ounce glass bottles of Coca-Cola, and they can also be bought in bulk. Coca-Cola’s iconic Santa Claus designed by the artist Haddon Sundblom will also appear along with “Share a Coke” names on limited-edition holiday packaging. These collectibles act as great favors and take-aways for your wedding guests!




How cute are these bottles as cake toppers in the above photo? We love the idea of using bottles with the couple’s name, or with “Mr.” and “Mrs.” as seen above! They also look beautiful serving as place cards — just tie a small bunch of berries or a twig of fir as a darling accent.

  • Sammie Zonana

    I love those little coke bottles! They reminds me of visiting my grandfather during the holidays. He would always stock up his old 5¢ coke machine with those cute little bottles – maybe his year he’ll fill the machine with #shareacoke