Serve a signature drink that's sure to cool off guests at your wedding reception.
Serve a signature wedding reception cocktail that reflects your party style. Browse these festive drinks and cocktails to
find an idea that's right for your reception.
Sparkling Punch Recipe
Stir together 1 (12-oz.) can frozen pink lemonade concentrate, thawed, and 4 cuprs white cranberry juice cocktail in a large pitcher. Cover and chill 1 to 24 hours. Stir in 1 qt. club soda, chilled, just before serving. Garnish, if desired, with fresh mint sprigs.
For Champagne Punch, substitute 1 (750-milliliter) bottle extra-dry Champagne or sparkling wine and 1/4 cup orange liqueur for club soda, proceed with recipe as directed.
Photo: Adrienne Page
Serve a signature cocktail, like white sangría, in mason jars with a grape garnish.
from the wedding of Katie Washburn and Duston Mason
Photo: Kate Headley
Top champagne with cotton candy for a fun and colorful beverage.
from the wedding of Alison Noelker and Chris Vinciguerra
Photo: Katie Stoops
Get creative with how you serve your drinks. This couple served local wines, champagne, and sparkling water in an old wagon.
from the wedding of Keli and Nick
Photo: A Bryan Photo
At a reception brunch, serve bellinis and mimosas as a refreshing cocktail.
from the wedding of Caroline Bell and Jon Stowe
Photo: Jen Fariello
Set up a drink bar with pink lemonade and sweet tea for a truly Southern experience.
from the wedding of Leigh Burwell and Scott Beal
Photo: Liz Banfield
Tiger-Tini cocktails, a nod to the couple's school, were passed out at this outdoor summer wedding.
from the wedding of Beth and Graham Patterson
Photo: Michael Howard
Highlight local products like Lynchburg Lemonade in mason jars with a lemon slice garnish.
from the wedding of Anna Krueger and Joe Thomas
Photo: Alisa Lynn
A lemonade stand, set up on an antique tea cart, offers a refreshing drink.
from the wedding of Hayley Todd and Charlie Sells
Everyone seems to gather around the bar, so give it a double shot of eye-catching style. Create your own giant floral monogram from a large sheet of plastic foam and button mums. You can also frame your bar table with a border of flowers by using a garland foam and filling it with cushion mums.