Signature Cocktails

You’ve spent hours ensuring the wedding menu is perfect, so why stop at the food? Add style to your big day by creating your very own signature cocktail to serve to your guests. If you have a wedding theme or colour scheme, this could be an ideal way to bring it to another level. You could also create your own twist on you and your other half’s favourite drinks or flavours. Alternatively, take a classic cocktail and add a wedding twist to the name Here are some of my favourites, with recipes!

S’mores Martini
For the chocolate lovers!
Smores martini wedding cocktail

4 ounces marshmallow vodka (if you can’t get marshmallow, try vanilla vodka)
4 ounces chocolate liqueur
1 biscuit (e.g. digestive, cookie, whatever floats your boat!) for rimming glass
Chocolate syrup
Marshmallows and cinnamon for garnish

(Makes 2)

Place the biscuit in a Ziploc bag and crush to small pieces, and pour onto a plate.
Rim martini glasses with chocolate syrup and dip into the crushed biscuit.
Pour the marshmallow vodka and chocolate liqueur into a cocktail shaker with ice.
Shake and strain into the biscuit rimmed martini glasses.
Sprinkle a light dusting of cinnamon on top and garnish with a marshmallow (preferably toasted to get that campfire feel).

Blushing Bride
Pink and sparkly
Pink champagne wedding cocktail

1 ounce peach schnapps
1 ounce grenadine
4 ounces Champagne
Handful of blueberries

Pour chilled peach schnapps in a champagne flute. Carefully add chilled Champagne and grenadine; don’t stir, but allow to blend. Top with blueberry garnish.

Agave Kiss
Pretty in pink
Agave Kiss wedding cocktail

2 ounces Tequila
1 ounce white creme de cacao
1 ounce double cream
1/2 ounce Chambord
White chocolate flakes for rimming
Fresh raspberries for garnish

Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice.
Shake for 15 seconds.
Pour into a chilled cocktail glass rimmed with white chocolate, add a spear of fresh raspberries, and serve.




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