Stack that bubbly.
Photography: Aaron Delesie
Champagne towers are highly underrated. Perfectly-balanced, piled-high bubbly? We'd call that a wonder of the (wedding) world. The structures are downright glamorous, not to mention camera-ready. And who isn't impressed by that mesmerizing, finishing-touch fountain pour? Does serving it up big (and tall) sound appealing to you? Spruce up your cocktail hour or reception meal with your very own stack of Champagne coupes. Scared that the pyramids are too hard to pull off? That's where this eye-candy comes in. Ahead, an assortment of totally-viable displays that'll have you ready to prep your bottle-popping skills. Because there's nothing wrong with being ambitious, and these babies are so worth the effort.
Massive Champagne Tower
This stack towered so high that the groom could hardly reach the top. How's that for Champagne-tower #goals? (Also, major props to him for not accidentally toppling it over. All the more reason to practice your pouring technique.)
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If you think you're wowed, peep the guests in the background. That effervescent trickle? Sourced from a Nebuchadnezzar.
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Champagne-tower centerpieces are both luxurious and practical—skip the drink waiters and make your beautiful bubbly readily accessible. Pro tip: Keep tabletop towers on the short side. This is a drink display, not a game of high-stakes Jenga.
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Go ahead and admire this round-based, six-story display. And then admire this pouring power couple—they're using French Champagne.
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This wedding in Tuscany called for Prosecco, but the idea's still the same. Here's definitive proof that pyramid displays can fit any theme. This one's dreamily rustic.
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