About - Champagne Tower Hire
What to expect
Our traditional style champagne saucers ( also known as coupes ) enable us to create a 6 tier champagne tower on an LED light up base and drip tray. It doesn't always have to be champagne, other options could be Prosecco Fountain, Cava Fountain or Cremant french wine fountain the choice is yours, we can advise on how many bottles to supply with more affordable options. STAFFED 6 TIER TOWER £395 - 56 Glasses : H 794mm W 600mm Our staff will set up 56 or more glasses with LED or mirror base and spillage tray, this can be dressed with edible flowers, strawberries or chocolates and makes a spectacular feature at weddings or any event. The little added touches can make all the difference to a summer wedding as strawberries and champagne are the perfect combination. Each tier represents the height of sophistication for any party, ideal for creating a cascading Champagne effect, perfect as a centrepiece. This impressive Champagne Tower brings a New Years Eve tradition to any celebration you throw! Delivery charges apply outside Norfolk. Prices do not include VAT. As a guide £125 per additional tier added (arranged when booking) • Classic champagne coupe glass, designed to be stacked in a tower formation • Perfect for serving classic cocktails or champagne and sparkling wine • Ideal for weddings, celebrations, events or parties, designed to allow Champagne to cascade down • Adds a sophisticated elegant centrepiece to any table BOOK NOW and let the bubbles flow, with a Connections Entertainment Champagne Tower!
Delivery (Add delivery & collection of glasses anywhere within 2 hours travel by car.)
Dry Ice Flow (For that extra WOW add some dry ice to your tower and watch it flow with the champagne!)
- Connections Entertainment do not supply the liquid or alcohol used.
- The general rule of thumb is that you should have one case (12 bottles) per 50 people, which allows for 1-2 glasses per person.
- That's a 4oz glass, though, so if you think your people will be big champagne drinkers, I feel like two cases per 50 people is a better bet