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10 NEW YEAR’S WORTHY WAYS TO SERVE CHAMPAGNE

December 29, 2017

With New Years Eve right around the corner, we thought we’d share our favorite ways to serve up some bubbly! Whether it’s hosting your New Years’ party or greeting guests before your ceremony, it’s hard to go wrong with any of the following:

MAKE A TOWER

I mean…how could you not? This stunning tower was a show-stopper at Katie and Cody’s wedding. Photo by Carrie Patterson Photography.

HAVE IT WITH CAKE

Like Hillary & Jonathan did at their wedding as captured by Steve Steinhardt.

JELLO SHOTS ANYONE?

We loved this detail from Samira Wiley & Lauren Morelli‘s confetti-themed wedding as captured by Abby Ross.

TOSS A FLOWER IN IT

These sweet blooms are the perfect accent to the pink bubbly featured at Amy and Jason’s Wedding. The ever-lovely Samuel Lippke snapped this beauty.

INCLUDE A SPLIT IN YOUR WELCOME BAGS

Lauren & Samira welcomed their guests to Palm Springs with the perfect sized split of Prosecco, as captured by Jose Villa.

MIX UP YOUR FAVORITE CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL

We especially love to mix in Chambord or Saint Germaine like Laura Hooper did at her engagement party, captured by Steve Steinhardt.

TRAY PASS IT IN A COUPE (BETH’S PERSONAL FAV!)

Our besties, Hannah & Steve (photos coming soon!), chose vintage coupes for their tray-passed champagne as captured by Caroline Tran.

FLAVOR IT UP WITH POPSICLES

Or Paletas, as was the case with Lana and Adam’s Mexico City wedding. We can’t share this one just yet, but these flavorful beauties were a hit. Image by Steve Steinhardt.

HAVE A DEDICATED CHAMPAGNE BAR

A Veuve Clicquot dedicated bar was the talk of the town at Jess & Chetan‘s intimate Paris wedding, captured by Steve Steinhardt.

SERVE IT WITH JUICE (JUST A SPLASH!)

These pretty Bellinis were served up at Olivia and Freddy’s Italian Welcome Party. Photo by the talented Lauren and Abby Ross.

Cheers!

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