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Toasting to your marriage has never looked so good. If a champagne toast sounds a bit bland to you, here are a few ways you can spice it up!
On the Rocks: Go big or go home. If you’re not one for sticking with tradition, throw the champagne to the wind and go with these mini bottles of tequila. This festive beverage and snack combo will never be expected by the guests, but if you have a party crowd, watch out! This combination could be dangerous in the best of ways. (Photo via Lee Mann Photography)
Pop, Fizz, Clink: For the kids at heart, this extra-bubbly beverage will be perfect to say “cheers!” The best part is it’s super easy to do and affordable. Buy one rock candy stirrer per person, and we’ll get to pouring out the fun. (Photo via Brkyln View Photography)
Double Duty: Instead of having guests find their champagne flutes at their seat, use the flute as an escort card. This works well for more intimate events. Place a sign near the flutes so people know to save it for the toast!
Margarita Upgrade: On a hot summer day, put a kick back into your guests with this margarita goodness. The salt, the lime, the tequila… it’s a perfect mix.
Down the Hatch: Who says if you just do traditional champagne it can’t be fun and fresh? These mini bottles of champagne are ideal to serve at any wedding! They’re easy to chill, involve no pouring, and guests will love toasting to you! (Photo via Weddings by the Breakers)
Infused With Love: For that spring wedding with pastel touches, this lavender lemonade is sure to tickle some tastebuds. Make sure to have a sign or keep it behind the bar so the kiddos don’t get into it! (Photo via Mango Studios)
Sugary Sweet: The last word you two would use to describe yourselves is boring. And that’s why you need a champagne toast to for everyone to remember. Cotton candy adds some extra flavor, and it never gets old watching it melt down into the glass into a tasty drink. Young and old alike will love this one. (For the super young, we can pour over ginger ale so they don’t feel left out.) (Photo via Stephanie Todaro Photography)
A Bit of Bubbly: If you’re not a poppy-color person and prefer more muted tones, you can still have individual champagne bottles for the toast. These bow-tied beauties are ready to get uncorked! (Photo via 5ive15ifteen Photo Company)
Shoot Em Up: Okay, you party animals, this one is for you. You’ll have memories to last a lifetime with this one. What could be better than watching grandma owning her champagne Jello shot? Make sure the camera is ready!
Sweet Tooth: Whether you’re having a lot of kids or a lot of kids at heart at the wedding, here’s your perfect solution for the champagne toast! Cookies and milk always win over hearts, so dish them out at your wedding when everyone toasts to your good health in marriage. (Photo via ModWedding)
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