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Yes you will need a table for the tower to be built on if you are not hiring a plinth or table from us..

Your venue can provide you with one or you can hire a plinth from us which is included in packages.

When you do provide a table, make sure it is; Not wobbly, the ground is level and is in a location where it wont be bumped, so do not place it near the table with all the children at a wedding. 

For our Grand Towers we do provide plinths with the towers.  If you don't want the plinth please note it does not alter the price.  If you want the table/plinth clothed your venue should assist, otherwise we can provide cloth and floral styling at an additional cost. 

At weddings many couples like to place the tower where it can be seen.  The larger the tower the more impressive it is so make sure you give it the limelight it deserves. 
The location of the tower greatly depends on what time you are pouring it


You do, or we can if you prefer or venue staff. Most bride/grooms/hosts/CEO's prefer to pour the tower. We provide you with full pouring instructions upon booking, and liaise directly with your event coordinator at your venue also to organise bump in/bump out logistics and providing them with pouring instructions also if required. 

If your venue requires Champagne Tower staff to assist in pouring at your event, then staff hire is an additional cost of $300 for 5 hours of service when hiring a minimum 6 tier tower or more.

If you are hiring a 4 or 5 tier tower staff hire is an additional cost of $240 for 4 hour minimum.

Staff hire includes our staff setting up, waiting for the time to pour, pouring the tower, dispersing the glasses, waiting for everyone to drink, then collect and clean the glasses before packing eveything away, including removing and rinsing the drip tray.  The hire of our staff is based on you pouring the tower at the beginning of the event.  If you are pouring later in the event then additional staff hire costs apply.  If you are having a tower outside in a park.  Please note you will need staff to stay on site and a minimum 4 hours is required. 


You do - we dont supply champagne.


From experience we believe the tower is best poured at the beginning of the event.  At a wedding, many couples like to have the tower setup in a 'best to view' location so all guests can see it upon arrival - this may be a foyer/reception area or the dance floor.
If you are setting up in either of these locations then best to pour at time of the arrival to get it out of the way.  These days all of the formalities are undertaken at a wedding at the beginning of the reception within the first 1-1.5 hours.

For Corporate events many clients wish to pour this at the conclusion of an event or mid-way through - if this is the case make sure it is placed in a distinct 'of to the side' location -  after people have a few drinks the tower can be easily forgotten about if it was placed in a central location and is more prone to be knocked over.


Champagne Towers are impressive structures and look amazing when being poured. They are a great photo opportunity. When deciding on which champagne to use consider the following;
- Is the tower going to be disassembled and ALL glasses used for a toast?
- Do all guests like drinking champagne?
- Is this just for a toast and photo opportunity, with minimal guests drinking?

In answer to the above questions we advise on purchasing the following types of champagne;
- If the tower is going to be disassembled and ALL glasses used for a toast then it is best to use a good quality champagne.
- If the majority of guests like drinking champagne then best to use a mid range champagne to minimize wastage.
- If the tower is just for a toast and photo opportunity, with minimal guests drinking then we advise on doing a part pour with a good quality champagne or a full pour with mid range champagne.

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