We'd seen doughnut towers before, but we hadn't seen one done this well until we received this photo from Caroline and Stowe Heartridge-Beam’s wedding. Credit goes to the groom, who drafted the design and then created a small prototype of the display before it was assembled at the reception. How he did it: Instead of piling doughnuts on top of each other in a topsy-turvy pyramid, he used a five-tier cake stand as a platform. Around the bottom two tiers, doughnuts were placed side to side. On the third and fourth tiers, doughnut "sandwiches" were positioned perpendicularly to doughnuts placed flat. Because the top tier was smaller, the doughnuts were cut in half and stacked in a flower-petal shape, with a mini doughnut spire protruding from the center. Bravo!