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Planning a winter wonderland wedding? We've rounded up 12 signature winter wedding cocktails that will add to the festive mood of the holiday celebration.
Shake up some vodka, creme de menthe, cream and peppermint schnapps. Pour into a martini glass swirled with grenadine and decorate with peppermint candy.
If it doesn't snow in your part of the world, you can still enjoy a winter wedding cocktail with this concoction of Stolichnaya Vanilla, Malibu rum and Coco Lopez with a hint of blue curacao, shaken and poured into glasses rimmed with honey and shredded coconut.
Brighten up a cold winter wedding with this happy concoction of clementines, lemon, triple sec and vodka adorned with a sprig of wintery green rosemary.
Combine some freshly squeezed grapefruit, sweetener and Vodka to enjoy this refreshing cocktail drink
Enjoy a taste of summer on a cool winter wedding with a concoction of gin, St. Germaine, thyme and lime.
Spice things up by serving a regular Manhattan with Vermouth infused with allspice, cinnamon, cloves and cayenne pepper.
Serve your favorite mojito with a wintery feel by adding cranberries to your favorite lime, sugar, mint and rum cocktail.
Shake and strain Scotch whiskey, Combier, vanilla syrup and orange juice in a glass and dust with some cinnamon.
Fruity combination of navel oranges, cranberries, Truvia, sparkling water and vanilla vodka.
Add a twist to your classic bourbon cocktail by adding maple honey syrup and lemon. Throw in a cinnamon stick stirrer to add to the wintery feel.
Whip up something milky, tasty and Christmasy in a glass with this sweet combination of Ciroc coconut, pineapple juice, coconut cream, milk and eggwhite spiced up with cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice.
Here's the winter interpretation of the classic cosmopolitan - shake and strain citron vodka, white cranberry juice, cointreau and some fresh lime. Garnish with sugar covered cranberries and some mint.
Tip: Discuss with your caterer your winter wedding cocktail of choice and see how it plays with your wedding menu. Make an appointment for a tasting session and get a taste of what to expect on your wedding day.
Lots of Love,
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