You don’t have to have a wedding cake.

There, I said it.


For those who don’t consider themselves a ‘cake person’ or maybe you and your partner don’t have much of a sweet tooth.

If you’re looking for ideas of something fun to share with your evening guests or a new way kick start the reception, I’ve got just the thing for you.

A Champagne Tower!

Ceremony Details

Making a feature of the end of the isle, this neon sign is reminiscent of the vows you exchange and make a great backdrop to be photographed against.

Signs and backdrops like this can also be moved around your venue to get full appreciation throughout the whole day.

Sweetheart Table

Your first meal as a married couple set on an intimate sweetheart table, just for the two of you.

Champagne Pop

Swapping the first dance for the energy popping champagne can bring!

Champagne Tower

Instead of the standard cake cutting, have a champagne tower to pour everyone a glass. This tower was created using champagne flutes (rather than coupes) to give it extra height and drama!

Even if you do switch the first dance for a champagne pop, it doesn’t mean you can’t live it up on the dance floor later in the evening.


Venue | Bourton Hall

Photography | Ami Louisa Photography

Hair | Rebecca Owen Hair

Makeup | Jade Anna Make Up 

Dress | Fran Rios London

Shoes | Loeffler Randall

Suit |Suit Supply 

Accessories | Botias

Rings | Charlotte Berry Jewellery

Florist | Lilac and Wild

Stationery | Emma Lou Stationery

Table & Glassware | Maison Margaux

Neon sign | Signature Moments Disco

Champagne | Perrier-Jouët

Models | Jordan & Kezia 

Want to talk more about champagne wedding ideas?