High Heel Wine Bottle Holders

High-Heel-Wine-Bottle-HoldeGo silly, whimsical and just plain fun with these high heel wine bottle holders. You don’t have to be a fashionista to enjoy them. What great gift ideas for your wine-loving friends, too.

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When you have guests over for dinner, setting the wine bottle in a unique and fun holder is a real conversation starter. But, you don’t need to wait until you are entertaining for dinner. How about using one for your own family dinners? Special occasions like wedding anniversaries, Valentine’s Day and birthday dinners can certainly benefit from sitting a high heeled shoe on the table just for the wine bottle.

Charming High Heels for Wine

There are different styles for wine bottle holders, but my favorites are the stiletto heels. We’re talking a little more sexy and therefore a little more fun.

 Wild Eye High Heel Bottle Holder, Red Lace Wild Eye High Heel Bottle Holder, Leopard Wild Eye High Heel Bottle Holder, Black

Wild Eye designs are styles that I just have more fun with. They are designed to be so cute for the wine bottle and work just great for holding the standard bottles. I love the open toe versions, but there are plenty of choices.

Great Gift Ideas and More Choices

Besides a high heel shoe sitting on my dinner tables, I have many friends and relatives with them as well. I love to give them as gifts. They aren’t that expensive, so I have used them as gifts for many occasions. They work well as hostess gifts when I also bring along a bottle of wine. But for several of my friends they have received them as thank you gifts. In other words, there probably isn’t an occasion one of these fun bottle holders doesn’t work for.

Of course, there are plenty of different looks and styles to choose from. You can see more at High Heel Wine Bottle Holders. So pick out your favorites to use at home or give as gifts.

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