Signature drinks, although small in size, can leave a big impact on your wedding guests.
Whether you create one entirely unique to you, add a fun name for an existing cocktail, find a drink that incorporates your colors, evokes a special memory or just showcase your favorite beverage signature drinks are just plain fun!
Below are some of our favorites 🙂
My #1 Cyclone (shown above)
A non-alcoholic crowd pleasing drink made with cranberry sprite, vanilla, fresh oranges and cranberries.
Cranberry Sprite (or Sprite)
cups Fresh or Frozen Cranberries
1. In large serving drink container, mix cranberry sprite and vanilla syrup. (2 tsp per liter)
2. Add cranberries and sliced oranges. Frozen cranberries can act like ice. You can freeze fresh cranberries ahead of time or purchase frozen cranberries.
3. Add mixture, cranberries, slice of orange
4. Add ice, mixture and more cranberries
Poshitively In Love (for the bride who can’t stop crushing on her guy!)
Lemon Drop Martini (because martinis!)
2 ounces vodka
½ ounce Triple Sec
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice
shaker filled with ice
superfine sugar, for the martini glass rim
lemon wedge for sugaring rim
lemon twist to garnish
1.Run the lemon wedge along the outer edge of a martini glass and dip glass immediately in a rimier sugar or baker’s sugar to coat rim.
2. Chill martini glasses in 2.Chill martini glasses in freezer after sugared.
3. Add all liquid ingredients into an ice-filled cocktail shaker shake like crazy until your martini has ice shavings infused throughout- about 30 seconds.
4. Strain martini into the chilled glasses, garnish with a lemon twist or lemon wheel and enjoy!
Blue Lagoon Punch (someone’s headed to a tropical honeymoon!)
3 cups Lychee Liqueur
1 – 1/2 cups blue curaçao
3 1/2 cups seltzer or club soda
Orange slices for garnish
1. Mix the ingredients in a large punch bowl.
2. Serve well chilled and garnished with orange slices.
Our Love is Solid…Solid as a Rock (don’t let those pastels colors fool you, this kind of couple is unstoppable!)
3 3/4 c. sugar
1 1/4 c. Karo syrup
1 c. water
Oil flavoring (culinary lavender, cinnamon, oil, peppermint oil, etc.)
Other supplies needed:
1. Add all the ingredients in a bowl and bring to boil. Keep boiling until it reaches the hard crack stage (300-310°F on a candy thermometer).
2. Mix food coloring and add 30 drops of flavoring oil
3. Clasp a skewer with a clothespin and dip it in the liquid and then dip it in plain sugar. Place the stick in the Champagne flute to dry.
4. Remove the liquid from heat and let cool completely.
5.. Fill the glasses with liquid. The skewer should be in the center of the glass and not touching the sides or bottom of the glass.
6. Now comes the wait. It will take about three days for crystals to form and about seven days to be large enough to enjoy.
7. When you are ready to remove, gently break the top and remove the skewer. Hang it upside down until the excess liquid drips off and it dries.
8. Let dry and enjoy!
Leave a comment below on your signature wedding drinks – we’d love to hear from you!