6 Easy Signature Wedding Cocktails

Choose a Signature Drink for Your Big Day

There are many parties, showers and receptions involved with planning a wedding and one way that you can make yours a little more special is to add a signature cocktail or two to the menu.

Find Your Signature Cocktail

Any of the recipes below will make an excellent addition to your wedding plans. Choose one to become the signature drink for the reception and give your guests a taste of something special. The drink may feature your favorite flavors or liquor, match your wedding colors or simply sounds tasty!

Or Create a Cocktail Menu

Another way to incorporate the drinks of your choice into the wedding reception is to create a cocktail menu. Choose a few of your favorites and display a list on the bar; the bride may have a favorite vodka martini while the groom chooses his own whiskey sipper. This allows your guests to choose when and what they want to drink while passing along your own style.

Booze-free Options, Too!

Don't forget about the mocktails! Kids and non-drinkers are often on the guest list and you want to make them feel as special as everyone else. Choose a sparkling drink or mix up a booze-free punch and ensure that all of your guests have a great time.

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    Blushing Bride

    Blushing Bride Cocktail
    Sweet, peachy and filled with Champagne, you will love to share this Blushing Bride cocktail on your wedding day. Photo: Shannon Graham

    Ingredients: peach schnapps, Champagne, grenadine

    A wedding would not be complete​ without a Champagne toast to the bride and groom.

    The Blushing Bride is an extremely easy cocktail to share during the toast. Guests will love the hint of fruit in their bubbly!

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    Baby Bellini

    Baby Bellini Non-Alcoholic Cocktail
    Sweet and sparkling, the Baby Bellini is a great brunch mocktail. Rob Palmer/Photolibrary/Getty Images

    Ingredients: peach nectar, sparkling cider

    Style, elegance and none of the alcohol, the Baby Bellini is an excellent mocktail for weddings.

    It is very simple to mix up and can easily supply an entire wedding reception with a gorgeous bubbly drink.

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    Diamond Martini

    Diamond Martini Cocktail
    The key to the Diamond Martini is to keep it really cold. John Carey/Photolibrary/Getty Images

    Ingredients: vodka, dry vermouth

    From the engagement party to the time the wedding bells ring, the Diamond Martini can fit into any of your nuptial celebrations.

    By chilling the ingredients and the glass, this cocktail is as sparkling, crisp and clear as a perfectly cut diamond.

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    Tuxedo Cocktail
    Add a little anise and cherry to your gin martini and you have a fantastic (and classic) Tuxedo. Photo: Shannon Graham

    Ingredients: gin, dry vermouth, maraschino and anise liqueurs, bitters

    For the groom, we have the swanky and classic Tuxedo cocktail. Enjoy it on your last night as a bachelor or share it with your bride on the wedding night.

    This is a martini with complex flavors, an interesting and intriguing taste that everyone will love.

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    The Something Blue

    The Something Blue Cocktail
    A stunning cocktail for weddings and showers, the Something Blue is a sparkling delight. Bruno Ehrs / The Image Bank / Getty Images

    Ingredients: Hpnotiq Liqueur, white wine, ginger ale

    Every bride needs a little "something blue" for her wedding day and why not include it in a spectacular cocktail?

    This simple and elegant white wine and Hpnotiq drink is easy to make and is perfect for any of your wedding festivities.

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    Wedding Cake

    Wedding Cake
    Creamy, flavorful and blended, take your Wedding Cake in a glass. It's delightful and a rare instance of a gin smoothie. Brian Macdonald/Photodisc/Getty Images

    Ingredients: gin, amaretto, orange and pineapple juices, cream

    You can have you cake and drink it, too! There are two common variations of the Wedding Cake cocktail, which you choose is more a matter of personal taste and what you have on hand.

    Either will be a wonderful liquid libation with the flavors of a Hawaiian Wedding Cake.