I love all of the details that go into planning a wedding. And I think that it is absolutely wonderful the way that couples make their weddings so personalized and special. The unique touches that the bride and groom add shows-- guests how much the ceremony and reception are a true reflection of the couple and their relationship. No matter your theme or desire, you can have fun choosing a signature cocktail to match it. Below are some suggestion along with a few cocktail ideas that I have sourced for you.
1. What Is Your Favorite?
What is your go to cocktail? It may sound obvious, but it is a great way to add your personal touch to your wedding giving your guests an opportunity to learn a little more about you. You can call them The Mr's Cocktail and The Mrs' Cocktail, His and Her Cocktails, or even The Bride's Favorite and The Groom's Favorite.
2. Remembering Your First Date
If you would like to get a little creative, thinking back on all of your romantic memories as a couple is a great place to start when coming up with your signature wedding cocktail.
3. Choosing Your Signature Cocktail Based On Your Wedding Theme
Sometimes it can be difficult narrowing down a drink. One suggestion is to see if there is an underlying theme to your wedding that might inspire you. Here are some suggestions that might provoke some inspiration.
Tropical Theme Wedding Cocktails: Classic Mojito, Lemon Lime, Margaritas, Pina Colada, or a Pineapple Coconut Martini
Garden Theme Wedding Cocktails: Garden Party with Tito's Handmade Vodka, Cucumber-Rosemary Gin and Tonic, or a Raspberry Gin Rickey
Barn Theme Wedding Cocktails: Old Fashioned Cocktail or Sweet Tea with Vodka & Lemonade
Elegant Theme Wedding Cocktails: Gimlet (I love!), The Paloma, or a French 75
Forest Theme Wedding Cocktails: Tangy Cider Fizz, Maple-Bourbon Smash, or Lumberjack Julep
Fairy Tale Theme Wedding Cocktails: Fairy Dust, Red Queen, or Mad Tea Fairy Tale Cocktails by Cody
Have you any ideas for a signature cocktails? Share them below. We would love to hear from you.