Printable Coasters and Drink Flags

Add some style to your summer parties! Download these free printable coasters and drink flags for an easy DIY that will bring a smile to your guests faces. Four different colors are included! Design from Elegance & Enchantment.

One the best parts of summer is gathering with family and friends— especially when those gatherings take place outdoors. Today I am sharing some printable goodies to add a bit of pretty to your next party!

Elegance and Enchantment Printable Coasters and Party Flags

The printable coasters were designed with both style and function in mind. In my big family, people are always picking up one another’s drinks by mistake— I thought these could be a classier alternative to scribbling your name in Sharpie on the side of a solo cup.

Elegance and Enchantment Printable Coasters and Party Flags

Party flags were designed to match the coasters— in four different colors. I picked a color palette that was bright and summery, but that could also transition us into fall, which will be here before we know it!

Elegance and Enchantment Printable Coasters and Party Flags

I attached the flags to taller sticks to be used as stir sticks for this photo shoot, but they could also very easily be wrapped around toothpicks and stuck in appetizers or cupcakes (yes, please).

Elegance and Enchantment Printable Coasters and Party FlagsElegance and Enchantment Printable Coasters and Party Flags

As you all know, I’m not the most savvy when it comes to DIY, so this project is an easy one. Simply download the party flag PDF file below, print on regular old printer paper, trim, and fold them around a toothpick or skewer. I used my trusty tape gun to stick the two folded sides together, but you can use a glue stick, or double sided tape, if you don’t have one. Once you have the flag wrapped around the stick, use a scissor to cut a triangle shape, or leave it as a rectangle for an alternate look!

Elegance and Enchantment Printable Coasters and Party Flags

The printable PDF for the coasters can be downloaded from The Girl Creative. If you haven’t been to Diana’s awesome blog before, you are in for an awesome treat, especially if you love free printables— she has got a stockpile. Once you have downloaded the file, print the page on heavier paper or card stock, and trim out. If you think that it’s too flimsy, you can stick the printed page to another piece of card stock or paper before trimming them out for a sturdier coaster.

Elegance and Enchantment Printable Coasters and Party Flags

The last step is to sit back and take in all the compliments from your family and friends as you enjoy your drinks together!

Elegance and Enchantment Printable Coasters and Party Flags

Click here to download your party flags. Please visit The Girl Creative to download the printable coasters. }

The font used in these designs is Trend.

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  • Reply lefevre August 9, 2014 at 9:30 am

    bonjour j aimerais avoir la chance d avoir vos produit merci

  • Reply Marie August 9, 2014 at 3:10 pm

    Wow Michelle, these are really fabulous! Thanks so much for sharing over at the Creative Collection!

  • Reply Anne August 12, 2014 at 3:34 am

    I love these! I love throwing parties and these would add such a fun flair!

  • Reply Mickey August 13, 2014 at 11:07 pm

    These are both so cute!! I am having trouble finding the page for the printable coasters, however. When I click on the link, it just leads me to the home page. Thanks for your time.

    • Reply Michelle @ Elegance & Enchantment August 14, 2014 at 9:19 pm

      Hi Mickey! Thanks so much for stopping by. I apologize— the coasters hadn’t yet been posted yet on The Girl Creative, but they are up now! I am updating the link in my post. :) Hope you enjoy all of them!

  • Reply ang August 14, 2014 at 1:38 am

    So cute! You’re being featured on the FB page tonight :)
    Thanks so much for sharing!

  • Reply Lauren June 25, 2015 at 10:15 am

    Hi Michelle! These are so cute! I’m curious exactly what sort of paper you used for the flags? I’ve been trying to figure out a way to make these, but my regular printer paper obviously won’t look crisp and nice enough! Any advice?

  • Reply Arthur Jones December 29, 2015 at 9:15 pm

    Michelle, I found some coasters, but these are great.

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