The Champagne breakfast wedding

champagne breakfastForgo the standard reception dinner by choosing to host a champagne breakfast wedding.

Obviously French Champagne is top of your list of menu must-haves and you can serve up a veritable feast of traditional breakfast fare such as pastries, waffles and scones, together with brunch time staples like smoked salmon, cheeses and canapés.

A breakfast reception is best held outdoors, so when setting the date go for spring or summer time and choose plush gardens or a beachside venue.

Recent bride Amanda Chapell, 31, says she and her fiancé Sam opted for a breakfast wedding so that they could both relax with friends and family and not have to worry about planning an elaborate reception.

“Sam and I wanted a simple wedding without all the fuss and fanfare,” says Amanda. “We held our nuptials early and then enjoyed a laidback morning reception – it was perfect.”

A Champagne breakfast reception is generally less expensive than a dinner service – although it might depend on the type and vintage of your bubbles, not to mention how many cases your guests consume – so if you’re carefully watching your budget this may be the option for you.

 

Scroll to Top

We hope you like our shiny new website!

Please bear with us while we work through any bugs. You can report bugs by contacting us.