If you're a Prosecco fan, you'll probably already know all about the Marks and Spencer pink Prosecco egg that's available this Easter, and you'll no doubt have tried the wonder that is Prosecco dib dabs.
And if you want to make your Prosecco that bit more sparkly, you can now add a rose gold glitter to your bubbles - because why not?
Whether you're planning a hen party and want the drinks to look extra special, or you're hosting your own Come Dine With Me and want to impress your guests, then this is for you.
Lakeland is now selling edible Prosecco glitter that you can add to your glass to ensure that your glass looks extra shimmery. It also has a subtle raspberry flavour so you can really up your Prosecco game, making it the perfect addition for anyone who wants to nail that perfect fizzing boomerang cheers.
All you need to do is add 1/3 teaspoon to your glass of fizz and you'll have sparkling pinky purple bubbles. It also has heart-shaped flakes of gold for some extra dazzle.
The Rose Gold Shimmer Popaball for Prosecco costs just £7.49 and you can pick up a bauble of glitter online or at your local Lakeland.
Instagram (rose) gold.
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