Raise your glasses at your winter wedding reception with delicious holiday-themed cocktails! Take your pick from these 10 drink recipes we found that not only feature the classic flavors of the season, but are so festively presented and garnished, too! Imagine these displayed on a specially styled signature drink table at your wedding. Fabulous!
Cheers to the Newlyweds with Winter Wedding Cocktails
Your momentous wedding day right within “the most wonderful time of the year”! Definitely a reason to celebrate with a holiday-inspired signature drink, like one of these.
1 – Pomegranate Sparkler – Follow the recipe (with cute star picks) courtesy of Love You, Mean It
3 – Hot Buttered Rum – Perfect for serving in copper mugs or giving as favors bottled in mason jars trimmed with printable tags, from Today’s Creative Life
4 – Peppermint White Russian – Great holiday twist on a classic creamy cocktail, thanks to The Knot
5 – Champagne Bourbon Cocktail – Just the thing for bringing in the bubbly to your wedding revelry, via chef Bobby Flay’s recipe on Food Network
More Winter Cocktail Recipes for Your Wedding Toast
Yes, we have 5 more delish cocktail recipes for you to choose from. Each one celebrating the flavors of Christmas, while offering up great serving and garnishing ideas for your signature drink!
6 – Gingerbread Whiskey – The kick of ginger in both the cookie and the drink, along with the oaky flavor of whiskey, blended by Manila-based food blog Pepper.ph
7 – Holiday Mule – Another classic that gets a yuletide spin from Home Sweet Jones, including how to make the sugared cranberry garnish!
8 – Gingerbread Shooters – Innocent-looking mini servings of vodka, Kahlua, Bailey’s Irish Cream, and gingerbread simple syrup found on Something to Snack On, with a cute cookie on top
9 – Peppermint Coconut Cocktail – An unexpected combo from A Beautiful Mess, but definitely Christmas-y thanks to the peppermint, candy canes, and festive sprinkles
10 – Tom and Jerry Cocktail – Not familiar with this 19th century holiday classic? It’s basically a fancy eggnog that you can impress wedding guests with, using the how-to from Food & Wine
These are all so fabulous, we bet you’ll be whipping up some for holiday parties even beyond your wedding day. Cheers!
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