20 Celebratory Champagne-Themed Wedding Ideas
Champagne toasts are one of the longest standing traditions in wedding history. The celebratory moment brings friends and family together to offer well wishes and kind words to the newlyweds. No matter the lively nature of the reception, everyone stops to reflect on the sole meaning of their gathering: love. This association means that Champagne is so much more than just a bubbly big-day cocktail (although we love it for that reason, too). If you and your spouse-to-be are big fans of the bubbly stuff, you'll be pleased to know that sparkling wine is also aesthetically pleasing and can often serve as inspiration for wedding design elements that extend far beyond the bar.
We know what you're thinking: How could an alcoholic beverage elevate the overall look of a wedding? Surprisingly, this refreshment can be interpreted and represented in so many ways throughout both your celebration's menu and décor. Champagne can be used as a main ingredient in your big-day dessert spread; the drink can also decorate a bar cart or dazzle in the form of a crystal-glass tower. It's all about getting creative and thinking outside the bottle. Take this acrylic serving tray full of mini glasses of frozen Champagne from this EKS Events wedding, for example. It's not just a mini station for pink bubbly—it's also an eye-catching décor element, that was adorned with dried flowers for an added layer of whimsy.
Champagne isn't only a drinkable wedding element. An illustration of a Champagne bottle can dress up stationery suites and seating charts. All of these possibilities (and more!) have wowed guests during real weddings. Once you see the following stand-out Champagne wedding ideas for yourself, you'll never see the sparkling wine as just a popular big-day beverage ever again.
Paper & Honey calligraphed these Champagne-themed notes, which invited guests to a New Year's Eve ceremony and reception.
A festive bicycle cart served as a roving Champagne bar at this outdoor celebration.
Edible favors are always appreciated by guests, but drinkable favors seem to be the most popular option of all. This couple sent guests home with bottles of Champagne adorned with ferns and calligraphed tags by Three Little Words Paper.
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The Champagne bottles at this rustic farm wedding were kept on ice in a decorative wheelbarrow; attendees were encouraged to fill up their glasses from this mobile station.
This Get Cozy prosecco and craft beer bar truck was a frequently visited station at this outdoor reception.
During this summery fête, guests drank Champagne with popsicles by Hungry Bear Catering Co.
Champagne-flavored gummies by Sugarfina made for delicious wedding favors at this celebration, proving that there's no wrong way to serve bubbly on the big day.
These toasting glasses were adorned with deckle-edged papers that featured calligraphed "bubbles" by Letter Love Studio.
For her reception, this bride slipped into Champagne glass-adorned loafers that read, "Cheers."
A striking floral and Champagne display by Petaloso filled the trunk of this bride and groom's getaway car.
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