How To Personalise Your Wedding With Signature Cocktails?

From classy lavender champagne to refreshing fruit-infused flavours inspired your destination wedding, match your signature cocktails with the style of your wedding, and add a personal touch which will make them look and taste completely unique.

The inspiration for your signature wedding cocktails can be sought for in your colour scheme, seasonal flavours, wedding location, or anything you and your groom have in common. It can be anything from a vintage-style cocktail served in retro glasses to exotic drink influenced by your tropical destination.

When choosing ingredients for your signature cocktails, make sure that they match the season and the weather. While you should keep the flavour light and refreshing if it is a summer wedding, winter allows slightly heavier drinks which will keep your guests warm during cocktail hour, especially if they are going to have them outside.

The best thing about signature cocktails is that you can be creative with their names. You can name them after the cities you are going to visit on your honeymoon, favourite holiday destinations, or even characters from your favourite movies. Making his & hers cocktails is a great idea too, and make sure to choose appropriate garnishing for each one to make them even more stylish and tasty.

Finally, you can make your signature cocktails even more special with little decorations such as colourful sippers, designed name tags, sparkly stirrers and paper sleeves. Etching names of your guests on the glasses is a fabulous idea, as they can double as wedding favours.

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