'Tis the season - the season of bridal showers and brunch-friendly events (Mother's Day is just around the corner after all!). And because we happen to think that most celebrations are made a little bit better with something bubbly in hand, we've rounded up some lovely champagne cocktail inspiration and a few recipes to match. Now let's get to the details. If you can't find us, we'll be on our way to the store to find some lavender...because the French 75 on our list sounds divine. Who's coming along for the ride?

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This blackberry thyme sparkler is officially calling our name - and the pretty garnishes and color make it perfect for a pre-wedding party.

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Freshly-squeezed grapefruit and mint leaves mean that this unique twist on a bellini is crisp, pretty and fit for warmer weather. The edible flowers are a sweet, but optional, touch.

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Admittedly meant for fall or winter, this sparkling cranberry cocktail was too tempting to pass up.

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A sort of hybrid sangria, this champagne punch combines fruit and bubbly and the recipe is super easy to double - or triple - for brunch with all of your favorite people.

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That French 75 we mentioned earlier? Right here, and ready for spring.

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This champagne ginger sparkler just sounds so refreshing. It's also a twist on the classic Moscow Mule, which we can't get enough of right now.

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Yes, this one's another winter cocktail, but yes, it was also too pretty to pass up. Champagne, orange and rosemary. Yes, please.

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We'll never pass up a recipe that includes both pomegranate seeds and sugar glitter. Yes, we said sugar glitter.

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The best part about this drink may just be the sparkler on top, but the light pear flavor isn't far behind.

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Last, but not least, this elderflower champagne cocktail. Sweet, refreshing and classic.

We hope you spotted something you're excited to include in your bridal shower or pre-wedding brunch plans. Cheers!

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