You may have noticed that the Champagne Tower wedding trend it back and representing the grand Roaring ’20s! Although a sweet Champagne toast to the newly weds is lovely, if you want to elevate your wedding vibe- a Champagne Tower is the way to go! This creative way of serving bubbles at your wedding does take some planning ahead. After reading through these tips, you’ll be an expert!
Although many different types of glasses can work for the Champagne tower look, Coupe Glasses are much easier to stack. These glasses have a short stem with a wider bowl- making them them less likely to fall when they are stacked on one another.
Typically the posts you see on Instagram are using real coupe glasses for their tower. If you’d like to be on the safer side you can always use shatter proof glassware.
With the intention of renting your glasses for wedding day would keep cost down. If you reach out to a well known rental company, they might have some tips of their own on creating the perfect Champagne Tower!
While the golden hue of champagne is stunning, swapping it out with rosé bubbly for a pop of color makes an even more eye catching statement!
The most important part of a Champagne Tower is the Champagne! By knowing how many ounces each glass holds, one can figure out how much Champagne to use. You should always get extra bottles incase something were to happen. Plus, you’ll have extra champagne for later!
With this being said- there are two ways of going about pouring the Champagne into the tower. The first option is to directly pour into the top empty glass. With this method it will eventually start to overflow while spilling into the bottom levels of glasses. This definitely requires a lot of Champagne and it takes much longer to fill the glasses. Instead, make sure the rental company or your event coordinator has the Champagne tower already filled except for the top one. The top one can be poured by the couple for the perfect picture.
While creating a Champagne tower, this is definitely essential. First, figure out how large you’d like your Tower to be and then go from there to see if the base would be sturdy enough. A taller tower will give you a sturdy structure!
All Images by Kayla Shenk Photography– Check out the last blog post here!