The tradition of drinking champagne is to mark celebrations. Popping the cork and toasting with sparkling, fizzy champagne is a tradition in many wedding places around the world. The bubbly, light-colored wine has historically been associated with luxury and happiness.
The drink initially was organized in western countries but now a days it is also used in Indian weddings too.
In a secular society, we want to mark both the joy and sanctity of the occasion. Champagne does this symbolically, but also visually, since it overflows in abundance and joy.
Just the act of opening a champagne bottle is enough to mark a celebration, and in some cases, the bubbling beverage isn’t even consumed during the festivities.