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The Finest Marriage ceremony Cocktails To Serve At Your Reception

For many couples, a wedding reception isn’t complete without a showstopping cocktail menu. This is your chance to really inject your personalities into your big day by serving some of your go-to drinks. Whether you’re all for classic cocktails, or you’re more into innovative concoctions, we’ve rounded up the best wedding cocktails to serve at your reception. Cheers to that!

Martini Me…

When you’re talking about the best wedding cocktails, you need to start with the classics. If your wedding is going to be a sophisticated affair, you absolutely need to have a Martini on your cocktail list! A well-made Martini is essentially elegance in a glass and although most people make it with vodka, we secretly prefer to use gin. Plus, the garnish of olives is like a bonus tasty snack!

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Coffee Buzz…

While we’re on the topics of Martinis, we need to make mention of our guilty pleasure: Espresso Martinis. This drink is one for the coffee lovers (definitely us!) and is the perfect drink to give your guests a pick me up so everyone can keep on dancing all night long!

Tequila Time…

To give your celebration a festive kick, make sure you’ve got Margaritas on your reception cocktail list! This tart and tangy concoction is a total tequila classic that will put a bit of pep in all of your guests’ steps.

Summer Spritz…

The Aperol Spritz has been steadily increasing in popularity over the past few years. So, if you’re planning a summer wedding, there definitely needs to be a place for Aperol Spritz on your cocktail menu. This fun, bubbly mix has a good dose of prosecco and looks uber pretty so it’s a big yes from us!

Watermelon Sugar…

When we think of hot summer days, our mind immediately goes to fresh flavours like watermelon and strawberries. So, if you’re tying the knot in the warmer months, why not combine the two and make a delicious watermelon-strawberry cocktail? Pair these tasty fruits with a splash of vodka and hints of basil and lime for a winning wedding cocktail.

Rose Coloured Glasses…

If your wine of choice is a sweet rosé, then a Berry Rose Mojito is the best wedding cocktail for you! This sweet mix of strawberries, lime and mint with the all-important sparkling rosé is both sweet and sophisticated.

Winter Warmer…

Cocktails are often thought to be fun and fruity and perfect for summer, but there are some tasty combinations that make for the perfect winter warmer. Taking the classic Moscow Mule and adding a cranberry syrup gives it an extra cosy flavour and will make your guests feel like sitting around an open fire.

Something Blue…

Struggling to find something blue for your big day? Channel the tradition through your cocktail menu and ask your bartender to whip up Blueberry Mojitos for your guests! This drink is fruity and sweet while still being just as refreshing as the original minty classic.

Razzle Dazzle Rhubarb…

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you need to try a Rhubarb-Raspberry Fizz! This delicious combination is one of the best wedding cocktails for newlyweds who love their sugary treats. With a mix of rhubarb, raspberries and vanilla bean all tied together with a splash of champagne, your guests will be in a pink and sugary version of heaven.

Crystal Blue…

Want a cocktail that is equally as aesthetically pleasing as it is totally delicious? You need to try a Caribbean Mist! This tasty combination of mango rum, pineapple juice, soda water, and blue curacoa is perfect for a beachside celebration or a tropical destination wedding.

Beer With A Twist…

If you’re a total people-pleaser and you want everyone to have a drink they love, why not combine two of the most popular drink choices: beer and Margaritas! A Beer Margarita might have a slightly acquired taste but it combines two classic drinks for a super refreshing and delicious cocktail concoction.

Flower Petal…

Take your classic Cosmopolitan to the next level by adding a dash of elderflower syrup. An Elderflower White Cosmopolitan is uber chic and super sophisticated and can be garnished with pretty-as-can-be petals.

Is alcohol not your thing? Check out our tips for hosting an alcohol wedding here.

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