Ride the rosé trend with these rosé signature cocktails

December 20 2017 | bijouxandbits
Ride the rosé trend with these rosé signature cocktails
Frosé recipe from bon appétit

If you're excited that rosé is having its day in the sun then you're in my camp. I love a pretty pink and sweet drink. I'm a cliché, what can I say? Let's be cliché together and add one of these pretty (and delicious!) rosé signature cocktails to our wedding drink repertoire, shall we?

Peruse all of our wedding beverage ideas here if you need even more ideas. There are tons (plus lots of mocktails!).

Frosé (frozen rosé)

If there's a blender handy at your venue, making frosé is a chill (ha) way to serve rosé. Everybody loves a slushie! Plus, you can have a similar booze-free slushie on hand for kids and those not wanting to drink. More fun for all. Grab the recipe here from bon appétit.

Sparkling rosé strawberry cocktail

Ride the rosé trend with these rosé signature cocktails
Sparkling rosé strawberry cocktail recipe from Bijoux & Bits

I made this EASY cocktail recently in preparation for New Year's Eve fun. It's never too early to start testing recipes, right? Hic. Anyway! This one's dead easy. You can also muddle some strawberries in or blend it up as a frosé if you want. Grab the recipe here.

Rose + rosé bourbon cocktail

Ride the rosé trend with these rosé signature cocktails
Rose bourbon cocktail from Hello Glow

Up your fancy game with this rose + rosé bourbon cocktail. It has rose syrup! So fance, so pretty! Snag the recipe here.

Rosé spritzer

Ride the rosé trend with these rosé signature cocktails
Rosé Spritzer from bon appétit

This recipe has some more exotic ingredients, but after that, it's not hard at all. You can find the bitters online and the elderflower liqueur in most liquor stores. Get the recipe here.

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