21 Champagne Towers to Copy for Your Own Wedding Reception
Champagne towers are very underrated. The structures are downright glamorous, not to mention totally camera-ready. Besides, who isn't impressed by a mesmerizing fountain pour? If serving it up big sounds as appealing to you as it does to us, we're here to help you pull off your own impressive display. Here, we've shared some of our favorite wedding Champagne tower ideas.
There are a few different ways you can stack your bubbly, as these examples go to show. A classic option is to decorate your cocktail hour with a Champagne tower, which really sets the tone that it's for the party to start. It's a great way to offer up drinks to everybody, as well as a genius way to toast the newlyweds right after they tie the knot. Your display can stand all on its own or be paired with another wedding detail, like your seating display. To see how that's done, be sure to click through the rest of this gallery!
You can also save your Champagne tower for later into the reception, like during your grand entrance. You can even do the honor of filling the glasses yourself—as long as you're practiced in the tricky skill, that is! Ahead, you'll see towers displayed beside wedding cakes and dance floors alike.
Group Effort Champagne Tower
Make the Champagne pouring a group event by inviting your wedding party to stand beside you, like at this A Very Beloved Wedding celebration.
Coupe Champagne Tower
Think beyond standard Champagne and consider something more colorful. This small Lauryn Prattes Styling and Events tower made a statement thanks to its pink sparkling rosé.
Misty Champagne Tower
We're mesmerized by the mist surrounding this celebration's Oh Marriage champagne tower.
Sparkler Champagne Tower
Stacked Champagne Tower
Upgrade your tower with trays stacked between each tier—they offer an added dose of beauty and stability. ELK Design created this elegant one.
Rustic Champagne Tower
Entryway Champagne Tower
Five-Tiered Champagne Tower
A Charming Fête creatively matched this bubby to the tablecloth beneath their Champagne tower.
Styled Champagne Tower
If you're nervous about the integrity of your tower, use blocks to add structure, as Patrick Properties did here.
Pink Champagne Tower
We love the look of this staircase-like structure by Ooh! Events, which held bright pink beverages.
Tray Champagne Tower
Even the most practiced pourers can make a mess! Place your Champagne tower in a stylish tray to catch any spills. The metal one underneath this Art & Soul Events display suited the couple's modern wedding.
Berry Champagne Tower
Cart Champagne Tower
A smaller Champagne tower will look lovely on a bar cart, as this Allyson Whitney Designs setup went to show.
Escort Champagne Tower
Thin Champagne Tower
Et Cetera Event Company designed this tower to be surprisingly—and stunningly—narrow.
Centerpiece Champagne Tower
Sunset Champagne Tower
Sunset is the perfect time to serve some bubbly. Just look how beautiful this Villa La Vedetta tower was set against the colorful sky.
Parallel Champagne Tower
This The Grand Bevy tower was smartly stacked to mirror the tiered cake it was placed beside.
Illuminated Champagne Tower
Set your Champagne tower in front of a giant window and watch it glow in the natural light. That's what happened at this Jaclyn Journey Weddings reception.
Wide Champagne Tower
Height isn't the only way to draw attention to your display. You can also go for a wide tower, similar to this Vizcaya Museum & Gardens one.
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