This is the ideal Southern way to celebrate and cool off after dancing.
Whiskey Buck Cocktail
Relive the swinging '60s with this simple, retro cocktail featuring whiskey, lime and ginger syrup. Perfect for an old-fashioned garden wedding!
Rose and Mint Champagne Cocktail
If your wedding is romantic or bohemian, try this beautiful brew. Dried rosebuds, fresh mint, lime and champagne combine to make this beautiful and delicious beverage for a festive occasion.
Rose Lemon Champagne Punch
Toast with a flute of punch! This sparkling cocktail is crisp, refreshing and pretty to boot. The deep red color makes this a natural choice for winter weddings.
Cardamom Berry Smash
The deep flavor of fresh blackberries melds with the exotic spice of cardamom syrup and citrusy botanicals of gin to create a refreshing relief to the summer heat. This would fit right in at a farmhouse affair.
If you're looking for sophistication, look no further. The grassy notes of the matcha balance perfectly with the flowery botanicals of the London dry gin in this very "green" cocktail. It's a bit tart, a bit sweet, a bit unusual and very tasty.
Here's a drink sure to please both of your families: This simple, fruity drink is a cross between a top-shelf margarita and a champagne cocktail.
Sol de Flare Cocktail
Some like it hot! This refreshing cocktail, peppered with spicy tequila, is sure to start a fiesta on your special day.
Mellow Melon Margarita
Like its name promises, this fruity twist on the traditional margarita will leave you refreshed and feeling mellow. (And who can't use that after all the stressful planning?)
For couples who want something a little different, say "sayonara" to typical sangria: This take on the classic fruit-and-wine concoction is infused with sake and a splash of sour mix.
A grittier, sassier version of the classic Cosmo, this cocktail is a combination of citrus vodkas, sour mix, cranberry juice and lime juice. If you're getting hitched in the city, this is the cocktail for you.
Sparkling Cran-Citrus Mocktail
It's great to include a mocktail for those who don't imbibe or little ones in attendance. A splash of cranberry juice added to orange-flavored sparkling water gives this drink a fun coral hue. Rim each glass with sugar and garnish with an orange wedge to evoke an adult-beverage aesthetic.