We featured Brant and Erik’s super romantic, candlelit love story a couple of weeks back and it bowled us over with it’s fabulousness. But absolutely not to be missed were their inspired signature cocktails and mocktails. I had to find out what was in these clearly delicious libations and was thrilled when I was able to snag the recipes for them, all created by the mixologist artists at Maine-based The Bar Association.
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?
If kombucha is your thing, and it is for some of us, then get ready for a new kind of signature cocktail for your wedding: kombucha mocktails! These non-alcoholic drinks are full of cocktail-style ingredients that make them yummy for everyone. Here are a few of our favorite kombucha mocktails recipes…
Whether you’re serving champagne, wine, local beers, a signature cocktail, or going for mocktails at a dry wedding, rolling around a traveling bar cart is a pretty rad way to serve the booze. Instead of setting up a bar, have someone go from table to table serving up custom drinks.
How’s this for a clever wedding idea to steal: If you designate a special cup (like this R2D2 cup!) for the bride, you can use it to signal to the wedding bartender that if they see someone cutting in line with it… that person is getting wine for the bride! Thanks to @claraganeyphotography and Darci Kim for the great concept.
Now, here are a few other things I learned from Offbeat Bride’s Instagram this week…
If you’re rocking a killer coffee bar at your wedding, adding these DIY mocha spoons for stirring in delicious chocolate flavor is ultra-fancy. You’ll never believe how fast and easy they are to whip up last-minute. A little chocolate, white chocolate, or colored melting candy, some plastic spoons, a smidge of edible glitter or sprinkles… and you’re set.