Planning a Springtime knot-tying? Looking for a few ideas that will give you garden party a fun and vibrant feeling? Well what do you have lined up on your cocktail menu? We have 4 cocktail recipes your Springtime wedding really needs and you might just want to mix one of these bad-boys for yourself as you take a look through this wedding inspiration planned by Aly Ann Events and photographed by Garrett Richardson Photography!
So get to mixing and then get to scrolling as you are bound to find some Pin-worthy elements your garden party wedding reception must have. Cheers!
From Aly Ann Events: Our whimsical tablescape for the styled shoot was inspired by bright summer colors and subtle details. We combined different textures, using the tulips, stationary suite, cocktails, and desserts to create a beautiful setting for a garden reception.
Coconut cream | Pineapple juice, fresh | Heavy cream | Ice | Rum
A refreshing splash and a taste of the coming summer months (literally and figuratively) you can't knock the Pina Colada. Well you can, and many do, but lets face it there is a reason it is so well known and most ordered tropical beach cocktail. Bring a bit of that beach breeze feeling to your wedding with these pretty little Pina Coladas. Click here for the full recipe!
The Orange Cocktail
Navel orange juice | Dolin Vermouth de Chambery blanc | Campari | Ice | Strips of orange zest for garnish
As bland as its name might be this citrusy little drink is sure to have your guests coming back for more! Think of it as a Mimosa that you can serve at 5 PM without any sideways looks! Click here for the full recipe.
From Aly Ann Events: In addition, our modern ceremony site was decorated with a geometric arch. We absolutely loved draping this hexagon piece in greenery and allowing it to be the focal point of the space. The variety in seating provided a rustic visual and kind invitation for guests. Finally, we ended the evening with a few gorgeous cocktails that were nearly too pretty to drink.
Lemon slice | Rosemary | Fresh lemon juice | Rosemary syrup | Sugar | Club soda | Gin | WaterOkay gin may not be for everybody, I have been one to balk at its angry Christmas tree flavor; but something magical happens when you add lemon juice a dash of Rosemary and a liberal amount of sugar to it! Not to mention how classy you'll feel sipping on a a gin lemonade at your garden party! Find the full recipe here.
Blackberries | Mint leaves | Lemons | Simply syrup | Hendrix Gin | Tonic water | Ice
Ahhhh the mojito! If you are anything like us this mint based drink in all its fruity concoctions will always hold a special sip-sip-hooray spot in our hearts. It may be a little over shadowed these days by the Moscow Mule crazy, but honestly a delightful wedding with mojitos just sets the mood for fun! Find the full recipe here.
In love will more then just the cocktails of this post? Don't forget to check out the full gallery to see every last brightly colored detail from this garden wedding inspiration.