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Wedding Champagne Toast: Everything you Need to Know!

If you’re planning a champagne toast for your special day, thinking that it’s not a big deal, then you may risk running into the chance where this beautiful momentous moment will not go as smoothly as you would like. But no worries, because you’re currently at the right place at the right time, here’s everything you want to know about your champagne toasting: 


  • Notify your bartending vendor about incorporating champagne toast during service.

  • Consider your options for this service; would you prefer wait staff, a champagne wall, or a toasting table?

  • Allow your bartending vendor to give you a list of pros and cons for each service option.

  • Please ask your bartending vendor the important questions!

    • Are they fully staffed to manage this service?

    • Is this included in the service or at an additional cost?

    • How much champagne should I buy for a toast at my wedding?

    • Can champagne be included with my service?

Champagne toasts are customarily made at wedding receptions. The toast is typically before desserts is served, so you want to ensure you provide your bartending vendor with a timeline so that the team has time to prepare for this momentous moment. The last thing you need is for your bartending team to scramble around the room filling glasses, during the special speeches to the bride and groom.

Are you considering a Champagne Toast?

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