HomeGoods Just Dropped the “Cutest” Flower-Shaped Wine Glasses That Are So Gorgeous for Spring

published Mar 4, 2024
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The weather is getting warmer, the flowers are beginning to bloom, and I, for one, can’t wait for T-shirt season. In preparation for the solstice, many of us have begun our spring cleaning — clearing out the old and making room for the new. Not to mention, with the outdoor season on the way, you may be looking to upgrade your hosting essentials. 

Luckily, HomeGoods has you covered. (Don’t they always?) Instagram account @marshallsaddict spotted some adorable spring kitchenware lining the shelves that may just give you the refresh you need. While the festive mugs and cups certainly grabbed our attention, the wine glasses specifically seem too good to be true.

Both glasses, one with a wider bowl and the other resembling more of a Champagne flute, mimic the shape of a flower. With a glassy green stem and a transparent pink bowl, we’d be remiss not to mention its uncanny similarity to a rose. The bowl also looks like a flower in shape, making for an adorable addition to any dinner party spread. 

Fill with your favorite spring cocktail like a watermelon mimosa or green tea mojito, or fill with your favorite wine. For those who prefer a non-alcoholic beverage, the glass will certainly elevate your lemonade, sparkling water, or iced tea. (I mean, imagine sipping from this glass by the pool? Pure bliss!)

To make the most of the glasses, you can certainly use these all year long. While ideal for events like Easter, Mother’s Day, and summer barbecues, you can break out the glasses for any hosting event all year round, or even just an evening in with your girlfriends. These would also make a fantastic Mother’s Day or birthday gift for the wine-lover in your life.

Unfortunately, the glasses are unavailable online so you’ll have to head over to your local HomeGoods to spot them — and if you do, you may want to grab a couple (or 10).