15 Ways to Serve Up Bubbly
15 Ways to Serve Up Bubbly
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Berry + Bubbly Bar

There's nothing more refreshing in the summertime than fresh berries in ice cold bubbly. Set up a bar with different types of berries and let your guests create their own berry-bubbly concoction!

Photography BY Annabella Charles Photography / Event Planning BY Karin Woodward of Haute Horticulture
Cherub's Cup

With St. Germain and Vodka making an appearance in this cocktail, it only makes sense to add a bit of bubbles to top it off! Get the Cherub's Cup recipe right here.

Photography BY White Loft Studio / Cocktail BY St-Germail
Single Serving

Bubbles in a can? That's just about as cute as it gets. These little guys are perfect for casual backyard weddings, bridal showers and bachelorette parties.

Event Design & Planning BY Karson Butler Events / Photography BY Anne Robert Photography / Floral Design BY Amaryllis / Rentals BY Party Rental Ltd.
Lavender Champagne

A few sprigs of lavender can turn a simple glass of sparkling into an elegant signature drink.

Photography BY Jen Fariello Photography / Event Planning BY Lora Kelley / Event Planning BY Moxie Hair & Body Lounge
Brut Rose

Pink bubbles are the best kind. Try a brut rose, especially tasty in the summer!

Photography BY Coco Tran Photography
Berry Bellini

A simple mixture of Prosecco and fruit puree, Bellinis win us over time and again. Plus, you can't go wrong with a cocktail born in Venice, Italy. For the traditional Bellini, use peach puree.

Photography BY Heidi Lau Photography / Styling & Design BY Melissa Baum Events / Event Planning BY San Remo Florist
Strawberry Champagne Cocktail

Any cocktail that has champagne and sorbet is a winner in our book. Get the recipe from Sinclair & Moore right here.

Photography BY O'Malley Photographers
Pink Diamond Fizz

Blogger Bride Caitlin of Style Within Reach served up this pink pretty at her engagement party and we were instantly smitten. With four easy ingredients (including bubbles!), you can't go wrong.

Photography BY Natalie Franke
Grand Champagne Tower

As much as we love the fruit, the frills and the fancy garnishes, sometimes a classic champagne tower followed by a traditional toast is all you need.

Photography BY Anastasia Belik
La Rosette

Feminine and flirty, the La Rosette marries St. Germain and brut rose for a blush pink treat you can't resist. Get the recipe here.

Photography BY White Loft Studio / Design and Styling BY Style Me Pretty / Cocktail Recipe BY St-Germain
Champagne Mojitos

Mojitos are fab all on their own. But add a little Champagne and they're taken to a whole new level. Get this recipe from Poppy Love Weddings over here.

Photography BY Ruth Eileen Photography / Concept, Styling, Flowers, Table Runner, Favors, Bites / Event Design BY Poppy Love Weddings
Mimosa Bar

One of Champagne's oldest partners in crime: OJ. Brunch weddings and getting-ready moments just aren't the same without a Mimosa!

Photography, Design & Styling BY White Loft Studio / Design & Styling BY Beautiful Days / Event Planning BY Beautiful Days
Sugar-Rimmed Bubbly

Like your bubbly plain jane but want to gussy it up? Fancy up your glass with a sugared rim and fruit garnish.

Photography BY KT Merry / Planner BY Julie Savage (bride) / Event Planning BY Soly Flor / Photography BY Polly Alexandre Photography / Photography BY Clary Pfeiffer Photography / Photography BY Caroline Yoon Fine Art Photography
The Corallina

Remember when coco+kelley turned five a couple years back? The celebration included one of our favorite Prosecco cocktails to date, and of course, it's pink! Get the Corallina recipe here.

Photography BY Woodnote Photography
Champagne Sangria

Anything we can make in a big batch gets bonus points. Get the recipe for this Champagne Sangria from Freutcake right here.

Recipe + Photography BY Leah Bergman