(Closed) Cake cutting and champagne toast question

posted 4 years ago in Logistics
Post # 16
Member
2168 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception/The Gallery

View original reply
candg4ever:  Is there a reason you’re skipping the champagne if you still want a toast (with or without a speech)?

You could have the champagne ready before you do the cake cutting, cut the cake and, while it’s being cut, have someone make a short toast. It could be a parent, a BM/MOH, it could be your new husband to you, whatever! And it doesn’t have to be a speech but they should probably say something other than cheers to the bride and groom, as, what’s the point of that?

If you don’t like champagne, you could skip it for yourself and still pass it around before the toast or, as others have suggested, have it available behind the bar. But, as you’re clearly paying for it, I wouldn’t skip it all together. (Also, I love me some bubbly so I, as a guest, would enjoy it.)

 

The topic ‘Cake cutting and champagne toast question’ is closed to new replies.

Find Amazing Vendors