You'll pay a whole lot less per guest when you don't have to feed
them a full cocktail hour buffet and a six-course sit-down dinner.
With a champagne-only menu (along with wines and coffee for those who don't care for champagne), you'll pay far less for your bar tab than if your bartenders were to mix a wide
range of drinks throughout the night.
Dessert and champagne receptions are unique, something different than what all your guests have experienced a dozen times before. If guests have been to ten traditional weddings so far that season, yours will stand out. And being different usually makes it look like you spent more on your wedding.
This different style of wedding is
highly attractive for second-time weddings or as a celebration for
all your friends and family after you've returned home from your
destination wedding or elopement. It is also great if you're just
not the wild partying type and want
something more refined.
Dessert receptions are divinely decadent, a real treat where bliss is on the menu.