Weddings are all about fun. While the elaborated Party invitations and extensive food menu make any wedding perfect, considering some exclusive cocktails and mocktails ideas can take your wedding to the next level.
Are you looking for some new ways to enjoy your favorite drinks during the cold month? Well, here are some great cocktail recipes that will surely warm you up.
With these cocktails and mocktails ideas, get cozy by the fire and make your wedding memorable.
Classic Margarita (Cocktails and Mocktails)
This vibrant drink is a must-have to appease your guests with flavors. This sweet-tart nuisance comes with lovely cranberry color to match the wedding vibes. To make it perfect, add some fresh rosemary and cranberry. This recipe was invented in 1930 and counted among the iconic cocktails in the world. Cocktails and mocktails ideas.
100% Cranberry Juice
Fresh Lime Juice
This punch is perfect for having some drinks at the party but still keeping it light and refreshing, made with cranberry, orange, vodka, and pineapple juice. To make this tart, you can use unsweetened 100% cranberry juice. To balance its flavors, you can add 1/4 cup of simple sweet syrup. The hint of citrus with oranges makes it a drink worth exploring this season.
Fresh Cranberry Juice
Brandy or Dark Rum
Lot of Ice
Pear and Rose Punch (Cocktails and Mocktails)
This delicious drink with a rugged fruity taste and a hint of sweetness. This drink is perfect for parties. Redcurrants add a nice color to the punch. Treating your guests with this stunning concoction of rose, pear, and apple juices makes them feel special.
2 cups red wine (red or white)
1 cup pear juice, ¼ cup sugar
½ cup water
3-4 fresh mint leaves
4-5 fresh rose petals
One teaspoon cinnamon
¼ cup lemon juice
1/3 cup grenadine syrup.
Clementine Mock Mojito
Clementines are delicious fruits that make great drinks. They have a sweet taste, and you can enjoy them without alcohol. You can also use them to make other tasty drinks. This non-alcoholic beverage is very refreshing.
1/2 tsp demerara sugar
Few drops of orange blossom water
A handful of mint leaves
One lemon wedge
Top up with sparkling water
Cinnamon Bourbon Fizz (Cocktails and Mocktails)
It is a tempting cocktail and mocktail idea made with homemade cinnamon honey syrup, bitters, lemon, warming bourbon, and bubbly water. The addition of extra sweet Aperol makes this drink extra delicious.
1/2 ounce (1 tablespoon) lemon juice
1/2 cup honey
1-2 ounces cinnamon syrup
1 ounce (2 tablespoons) Aperol
One sprig of fresh rosemary
1 1/2 ounces (3 tablespoons) bourbon
1-2 dashes of rosemary or orange bitters
Two cinnamon sticks
Topping with sparkling water
Spiced Gingerbread Hot Chocolate
This hot chocolate is perfect if you’re looking for an alternative to mulled wine. It has gingerbread spices added to the milk, which gives it a wonderful aroma.
Pinch of mixed spices
Coarsely chopped dark chocolate
Take a large saucepan and combine milk, ginger, cinnamon, chocolate, star anise, and mixed spice. Keep the saucepan on slow heat and occasionally stir till the chocolate melts. Now add liqueur and stir to combine. Take-down in the glasses and top it with whipped cream and cocoa powder dust.
Hot Cocoa Martini:
This delicious martini is perfect for keeping warm on a cold evening. It features hot cocoa mix, vodka, and Bailey’s Irish Cream.
1 oz Hot Cocoa Mix
1 oz Vodka
1 oz Bailey’s Irish Cream
In a shaker with cracked ice, combine all ingredients. Shake well and strain into a chilled martini glass.
Apple Cider Mojito
Made with apple cider, rum, lime juice, and mint leaves, it’s perfect for warming up on a cold day.
To make this cocktail, you’ll need:
6 ounces apple cider
1 and 1/2 ounces light rum
1/2 ounce lime juice
Poinsettia (Cocktails and Mocktails)
It is an exotic cranberry champagne cocktail that is excellent for a vibrant wedding. It is an ideal fall cocktail from cozy vibes to brilliant colors. The best part is that it comes with a simple recipe with minimal ingredients.
Cointreau (or other orange liqueur)
Add some whole cranberries and rosemary branches to enhance their appealing looks.
When planning your wedding, don’t forget to consider cocktails and mocktail ideas! Whether you’re serving alcohol or opting for mocktails, these recipes are sure to please your guests.
For alcoholic cocktails, a simple rum and Coke or whiskey and ginger ale will do the trick. If you’re looking for something a bit more festive, try a cranberry margarita or a pumpkin spice martini.
If you’re looking for cocktails or mocktails to serve at your wedding, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorites that are sure to please your guests.