The New “Beautiful” Butterfly Cups at Marshalls That Are Guaranteed to Sell Out

published Apr 14, 2024
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HADLEY, MASSACHUSETTS, USA - AUGUST 6, 2021: Exterior of Marshalls on Russell Street open during COVID-19 summer. Marshalls is an American chain of off-price department stores owned by TJX Companies.
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The shelves at Marshalls are stocked with so many adorable springtime finds. From strawberry tea cups to ladybug mugs, you can get all of the colorful dreamy decor you desire. Unfortunately, it’s probably impossible to go home with everything. If we had to pick just one thing for your next trip, we have a feeling you’re going to want to get your hands on these gorgeous sparkly drinking cups right now. Why? Because butterflies.

These cups are clear and shiny, with different embossed designs of butterflies. They’re the perfect size for serving all of your ice-cold drinks this spring and summer, from fruit infused water to lemonade and hey, maybe even a batch cocktail for all of your backyard barbecue festivities. Currently the cups are not on the Marshalls website, so if you want to snag a set, you’ll have to stop by your local retailer and hunt the shelves! That’s if there are any left, of course; shoppers are already ogling over these gorgeous cups and bringing them home.

If you can’t find these cups, don’t worry; Marshalls has all kinds of colorful drinkware on shelves right now. Arlene B. from @retailchickfinds on Instagram featured them recently in an Instagram post, along with colorful beaded embossed purple or magenta cups and green flower embossed cups sold for $4.99, heavy-base coupes two-tone pink and purple coupes (which you can buy in a set on Marshalls website), stemless purple wine glasses for $3.99 each, and much more.

There also seems to be a few gorgeous flower-shaped wine glasses on shelves as well (also spotted at HomeGoods!), in case you’re more of a flower person and want something elegant and festive to serve your sparkling wine in this season.