Bring on the fruit juices, berries, sodas, and liqueurs! It’s time to stir up some fabulous His and Hers signature drinks for summer weddings—that are as stunning as they are delicious. Thanks to the natural colors of the juices and garnishes, brides have their pick of drinks in the prettiest pinks, reds, and peaches. While grooms get to tint their favorite cocktails with the distinctive Blue Curacao. What a stunning sight that wedding drinks station will be!
“Hers” Signature Drinks for the Bride
1 – Rose Cocktails and Floral Sprinkles – A gorgeous idea from Sugar and Cloth, complete with tips on sourcing and cleaning the edible sprinkles.
2 – Cran-Raspberry Spritzer – This eye-catching drink from Momdot is non-alcoholic, but you can substitute champagne for an alcoholic version.
3 – Monin Cherry Blossom Martini – A classic vodka or gin martini flavored with Monin’s Cherry Blossom Syrup and a touch of lemon,
4 – Pomegranate Cooler – Such a pretty and bubbly recipe from Design Crush that includes fruit juice, lime soda, vodka, and mint leaves.
5 – Sparkling Pear and Cranberry Cocktail – This elegant blend of Moscato d’Asti, pear nectar, and dry cranberries comes courtesy of Martha Stewart.
6 – Fizzy Shirley Temple – Such a fun, kid-friendly drink from Better Housekeeper features Sprite, grenadine syrup, and cherries!
We also love these additional ideas for bride’s cocktails:
“His” Signature Cocktails for the Groom
1 – Blue Lemon Martini – This cocktail from Celebrations.com owes its striking color to Blue Curacao and its tangy hint to fresh lemon juice.
2 – Blue Margarita – The classic Margarita gets a Tiffany blue tinge, as seen via Madeline’s Weddings.
3 – Blue Raspberry Cocktail infusion with Champagne – This serving inspiration is from a cool Chemistry-themed wedding featured on Style Me Pretty; but you can surely find a recipe online.
4 – Blue Mojito Splash – Again, Blue Curacao tints this blend of rum, seltzer water, and fresh lime from Roberts and Co. Events.
5 – Blue Hawaii – It’s pineapple juice, of course, that makes this drink a tropical classic; see how to blend it up via Aloha Hawaii.
We also love these additional ideas for groom’s cocktails:
- Coke and bourbon, mint julep, Moscow mule, classic Manhattan, and Tom Collins.
So will it be a “His and Hers” beverage bar for your Big Day? For more delicious and stylish bride and groom drinks ideas, visit these posts: