Wedding Wednesday: Signature Cocktails

We love weddings that celebrate the couple with signature cocktails! Incorporating a signature cocktail adds a personal touch to your wedding, and there are so many fun ways to do it. 

Have a story behind why you chose your signature cocktail? You could serve the drink you had on your first date, or a drink specific to the place where you first met (like these fun southern cocktails below). Guests will appreciate learning more about you as a couple. 

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Mason Dixons

Sometimes it’s not about the drink, but the way you display it. Add some extra sparkle to your day via this edible glitter. 

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Glitter Champagne

A clever name for your signature cocktail will amuse your guests and have everyone wanting to try one! Using your own names in the drink name is another personal touch. If you’re looking for a more general wedding-related cocktail consider these fun names: Mai Tai the Knot, Bloody Marry Me, or these yummy Wedding Bell-inis. 

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Wedding Bellini

To celebrate your different tastes, have two signature cocktails! 

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His and Hers

If you’re looking to have a drink for all ages to enjoy, try a non-alcoholic signature mocktail. This blackberry vanilla mocktail is just as tasty and as pretty as a traditional cocktail. 

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Mocktail

Another way to feature a non-alcoholic drink is by serving the classic cookies and milk. How cute are these drinks? 

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Cookies and Milk

If no specific drink is calling your name, consider picking a drink based on its color! A signature cocktail that matches your wedding colors can be a cohesive addition to your reception. 

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Wedding Color

Still not sure what your something blue will be? Try a blue signature cocktail.

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Something Blue 1 Something Blue 2

Consider the season! Summer calls for fun tropical drinks, or cocktails featuring watermelon flavors. However, weddings in the colder months are the perfect time to showcase a warmer drink like this winter sangria. 

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Winter Sangria

These original drinks are super cute, but simple to make. Pour champagne over cotton candy for a sweet addition to a classic wedding drink. 

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Cotton Candy

We’d love to hear what your signature cocktail was or if any of these ideas inspired you! And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram and Pinterest @TheDandelionPatch, and like us on Facebook

-Jessica