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Champagne toast question

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#21 A10CalGal

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    Posted 14 May 2007 - 07:07 PM

    Originally Posted by calyx6

    If you have too much champagne, you could always make mimosas with the extra! Actually, before you stretch a bottle for 8 toasts, you may want to look at the glasses they'll be providing for you and see how much they hold. I would be concerned that the glasses will look too empty for toasting. If you're truly concerned about wasting champagne, then you may want to go with a cheaper sparkling wine as opposed to a champagne that's "quality." That way, if there's a lot extra leftover you won't feel as guilty.


    PS. Christa, thanks for the link and suggestions!
    Hehehe, that's what we did the next day! But Tammy's not a big drinker...we need to give you some lessons girl!

    #22 TammyB

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      Posted 14 May 2007 - 07:12 PM

      I'll have to double check with Irma and Maye to see if I can bring in my own. It would be cheaper.. I don't want cheap champagne, well unless it tastes good and is cheap then I'm all for it.. :-)

      BTW Christa, my wedding starts at 6:00, dinner at 7:30 I'll save a seat for ya.. :-)

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