Molded Crown Goblets
These goblets will look GREAT onstage and were half the cost of buying clear ones and painting them. They arrived in a most timely fashion. I couldn't be more pleased.
February 15, 2011
I ordered these for my son's 8th birthday party. We are having a royal banquet celebration and he & I both really liked the goblets. These work beautifully for Kings & Queens! (or Princes & Princesses)
August 10, 2010
best thing i had at this party
December 1, 2011
totally cute goblets
I got these goblets for a pirate themed Halloween party, I really think the little pirates will love them.
October 3, 2011
We bought these for our daughter's 5th birthday party. All the kids, and parents, loved them! They are molded - the cup is one piece - so they don't leak. And the painted "jewels" were perfect for our young guests. They really made our medieval feast at her princess party perfect! Everyone was thrilled they could take them home.
June 10, 2011
cute but too expensive
These goblets are very cute although extremely expensive being that they're plastic and like other reviews state, they aren't gold. Their color is more like an old rustic antique copper look. They are very nice and look elegant being that it's for little girls to feel like royalty in my nieces birthday but they are pretty costly.
July 26, 2010
My son wanted to have a Greek mythology birthday party and I thought we would never find anything as cool as these goblets for all of his Greek God and Goddess guests. He couldn't wait until the party to start using his goblet- it was in use from the moment it hit our front door!
July 6, 2010
"This was a great hit! We had about 72 kids coming to my daughter's 1st birthday party and the theme was Princesses & Knights! The cups were lightweight and were big enough to add candy, bubbles & tattoos and we were able to personalize them as well! It all came out very nice! Thanks!"
May 10, 2010
Bought these for my sons sixth birthday party. They cost more than I'd rather spend, but they are sooo cute. He is definitely going to be the king of the castle for our renaissance party. They are darker than appear on screen.
January 18, 2010
a little over-priced, but very fun!
Compared to some of the other products in this catalog, the goblets seemed to be a little pricey for what they were (a single piece of molded plastic), but we decided to splurge on them because they went so well with the theme of our daughter's 5th birthday (It was a Cinderella party and we were having a royal ball and banquet). We justified the expense by declaring that the goblets would do double-duty as party favors. We filled the goblets with Princess punch (pink ginger ale with pink and yellow sherbet and slices of oranges, lemons and limes floating on top). The kids loved them--both the boys and the girls! Half the goblets had pink gems on them, and the other half had dark blue gems.
They were very solid and sturdy; out of 24 4-year-olds I don't think a single drink spilled!
The only cons are that the goblets aren't quite as shiny as they appear in the picture. They're more of a dull brass color than a metallic gold. And the gems decorating them are solid plastic--not shiny at all.
November 3, 2009