We are totally obsessed with signature drinks. From drinkporn, tipsy bartender and facebook our love of everything in a glass for events is the easiest way to put your own personal touch on your event and save money. Instead of having an open bar or a small selection of bottom shelf spirits, take some inspiration from this list of signature drinks we love. After, check out our exclusive diy drink infusion list and let us know which drink you want to see at our annual bridal show this winter.
A southern favorite among diy brides, this classic brew consists of your favorite ingredients. A great idea for big barn weddings, backyard wedding or casual beach occasions.
Here is how it is made;
A old time bathtub can be brought from a second hand store or plumbing warehouse. The personalized mason jars are filled with at least three different kinds of gin concoctions and labeled as such. Add cans of your choice of beer. The tub is filled with ice, filled and labeled jars, beer and the scene is set. Make your own labels in your computer and buy the mason jars in bulk to save on the budget.
This sparkling infusion is a great idea for formal weddings. The classic style will fit right in to your spring wedding décor. Here is how it is made:
2 oz white rum
3/4 oz freshly squeezed lime juice
1/2 cane syrup
Pour cane syrup into a Collins glass, then add mint; gently press leaves using a muddler, add blueberries and repeat. Add rum and lime juice, then stir well; top with shaved ice and swizzle. Top with soda and blueberries.
This tasty treat is recommended to revamp and jazz up the champagne toast with the speeches. This colorful arrangement can be coordinated to fit your décor and offers a refreshing alternative to this celebrated wedding tradition. Here is how it is made;
6 fresh mint leaves
3/4 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice
1 ounce Simple Syrup
1 1/2 ounces rum, preferably 10 Cane
2 dashes Angostura bitters
2 ounces Champagne or Prosecco, chille
In a cocktail shaker, muddle together mint, lime juice, and simple syrup to release mint oils.
Add rum and bitters; shake over ice.
Strain into a cocktail glass or coupe.
Top with Champagne.
This fruity delicious drink is perfect for the girly girl wedding surrounded by pink and peach. This spring inspired drink can be packaged in many ways. The jugs shown in the picture can be personalized in the labeling or small shot glassed with a pink flower and place card is a great way to welcome guests to your reception. Here is how it is made;
4 oz peach vodka
2 oz pineapple juice
2 oz orange juice
1 oz fresh lemon juice
2 oz 7-Up® soda
2 tsp sugar
Pour the pineapple juice, orange juice, lemon juice, peach vodka and sugar into a cocktail shaker half-filled with ice cubes. Shake well for 30 seconds. Pour unstrained into a large glass (hurricane or otherwise) and add 7-UP. Stir briefly and serve.
This warm winter drink is perfect to take the chill out or your wedding guests. The marshmallows are served aflame to add an exciting presentation for a visual reward. Perfect for late autumn or winter weddings, this drink is number one on our list for tasty warm concoctions. Here is how it is made;
1/2 oz. toasted marshmallow syrup
1 oz. cream
1 oz. crème de cacao
1/2 oz. Rum Chata
1.5 oz. Van Gogh Dutch chocolate vodka
Pour all ingredients into a shaker and shake. Double strain into a martini glass rimmed with melted chocolate and grahm cracker, and top with a skewer of flaming marshmallows
Another winter wonder for your wedding. This old time drink is made new again. It's not just for your flu anymore. Let your guests warm up to this traditional drink reinvented for your occasion. Here is how it is made;
2 oz. bourbon
4 oz. boiling water
1/2 oz. honey to taste
1/4 oz. lemon juice
Combine ingredients, pour into a glass or coffee mug and garnish with orange slice and cinnamon stick.
We hope this has been an inspiration for your party spirits going forward. From the warm and toasty to the sparkling and light, your wedding signature drink can include your style, personality and introduce a new fusion of taste in the dawn of your new life with your new spouse. Cheers!
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Wedding food stations are a trend that started with small weddings. For wedding groups of 50 or less, it makes for a more social scene to have the different food stations dotted around your reception area for guests to walk around and discuss the delicious eye pleasing smells and sights. Recently the trend has continued to thrive and have transformed it's way to larger weddings. In order to have this yummy scene, take time to make sure your stations are pleasing and agree with most of your guests pallets. Variety is not only the spice of life but a definite for happy tummies. Check out these food stations for your next event without breaking the bank.
Buttermilk Biscuit Bar
A staple of southern cuisine. Design your bar starting with warm buttermilk biscuits. Include different flavored butters like cinnamon butter, butter with brown sugar, and lemon butter are some sure crowd pleasers. Arrange a variety of honeys and syrups to pour on top. For a savory alternative, use cheddar biscuits with a garlic infused butter and cheese sauce
Transform your wedding dinner into a festive fiesta with a taco bar! A great taco always starts with a base filling, like ground beef, spicy shredded chicken, pork or even grilled vegetables. Add a creamy topping like guacamole or sour cream. Classic red salsa or salsa verde will add a little spice. Add some crunch with lettuce, and finish with some flavorful sprinklings like black olives, diced tomato, and a choice of shredded cheeses. Don't forget to provide both hard and soft shells to contain all the deliciousness!
What's better than waffles for a wedding brunch? Supply a waffle iron and some batter so that guests can cook their own, and set out a variety of tasty toppings for guests to pile on top. Sliced fruit and yogurt make a fresh combo for a spring or summer breakfast, or let guests choose between a variety of fruit compotes. You could go classic with a selection of chopped nuts and flavored syrups, or change things up with ice cream, whipped cream, chocolate syrup, and maraschino cherries to serve waffles for dessert!
Hot Chocolate Bar
Keep guests warm at your winter wedding with a hot chocolate bar. Fill a couple of large thermoses with a variety of hot chocolate recipes, like creamy milk chocolate, devilish dark chocolate, dreamy white cocoa, and even spicy Aztec mocha with a cayenne pepper kick. Set out whipped cream and bowls of fancy mix-ins like chocolate shavings, cinnamon sticks, or candy canes for a holiday twist. Marshmallows are a must!
Children's Food Station
Having more than a handful of children attend your wedding? Let them have fun creating their own dinner with a fun children's food station. Include chicken fingers, fries, mini pizzas and veggies.
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