Yes. Bought the spray cans at home depot then dipped the bottom in glitter and used a glittery sealant to prevent the glitter from falling off. I don't have an up close image without someone in it. Very cheap, lovely, and the bottles were donated to me by people who would've thrown them out otherwise so no extra expense there
Removed the label and added silver spray paint and a vinyl monogram. Essentially these cost nothing since i was buying the wine any way. I just made sure to choose a bottle that was the shape I wanted. I got the branches 40% off from michaels and the beads 50% off from hobby lobby. Even if I include the cost of the wine and the candle holders these centerpieces came to about $17
We are using wine bottles as well. We bought lights to inside the bottles. Every other bottle we left the label on as some of the bottles had some pretty labels. We chose white and purple carnations for our ling tables with spanish moss. Our guest book is a wine bottle that everyone can sign.
We are doing wine bottles. My aunt (really) loves wine and gets the really big bottles, she gave us 15 of them (I probably only need 12 though). I'm going to buy fairy lights from Amazon that have the wine cork battery pack, and use those as our main centerpiece. Probably going to supplement with smaller wine or beer bottles that are painted in our colors and/or wrapped in twine, with candles and baby's breath. Total cost for paint, twine, and lights is less than $30.