Seasonal Signature Cocktails Your Guests Will Love

Thinking of incorporating a custom cocktail into the bar menu for your wedding?  We’re going to drip some inspo on what seasonal drinks to serve at a wedding reception that will add a unique and personal twist to your party, will wow your guests and eliminate the question of what to drink at your wedding.

Summer Wedding Signature Cocktails

So what makes a delicious and refreshing summer signature cocktail?  We believe it’s cold, crisp, vibrant and incorporates floral, fruity and beachy vibes.  

Pineapple Mango Rum Punch

Grab the recipe from Paper & Stitch

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Summer Cobbler Cocktail

Grab the recipe from Southern Living

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Honey Lavender Gin Lemonade

Grab the recipe from A Life Delicious

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Signature Cocktails for Fall Weddings

With Fall wedding cocktails we think libations that infuse spice, give cozy vibes and incorporate seasonal colors and flavors make for the best autumn wedding drinking!

Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly

Grab the recipe from How Sweet Eats

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Pumpkin Pie Martini

Grab the recipe from Noble Pig

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Cinnamon Maple Whiskey

Grab the recipe from Cookie and Kate

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Winter Wedding Reception Drinks

The best winter wedding cocktails offer a blend of warmth from the inside out, are frosty, bubbly and full of seasonal cheer.

Black Cherry Bourbon Hot Chocolate

Grab the recipe from Sugar and Soul

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Peppermint Martini

Grab the recipe from Berly’s Kitchen

Cranberry Champagne Cocktail

Grab the recipe from The Shortcut Kitchen

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Signature Cocktails for Spring Weddings

Pastels and pretty accompaniments level up the Spring wedding signature drink.

Blushing Bride Signature Drink

Grab the recipe from Daily's Cocktails

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Rose Water Cointreau Fizz

Grab the recipe from Copy me That

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Paloma Fizz Cocktail

Grab the recipe from Broma Bakery

 

Whatever your wedding cocktail menu consists of make sure it’s something you love, helps set the tone and feel for your special day, compliments the foods you’ll be feasting on and celebrates the season.  

These recipes also make for great welcome drinks ideas, and if you’re having a dry wedding many of these drink recipes can easily be modified as signature mocktails too.

Cheers!

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