Basking in the beautifully warm rays of the African sun while walking down the aisle and saying “I do” to your special person sounds magical. For many couples, warmer weather means wedding bells with summer being a favourite season amongst bridal couples looking to get hitched.
But one of the most important aspects of planning a summer wedding it – hydration, hydration and more hydration. Adding a signature cocktail to your wedding day not only helps your guests to cool off, but a signature cocktail can set the mood.
Stumped on which mouth-watering cocktail you should add? Here are five mouth-watering cocktails that your guests will love.
Whether your beachside or on a wine farm, this creamy addition will transport your tastebuds to the ocean thanks to the coconut milk, water and fresh squeeze of lime. Get the recipe here.
Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade
Lemonade screams: “summer is here!” But this blackberry and whiskey lemonade drink will certainly wow guests and become an instant hit. Get the recipe here.
Rum Orange Swizzle
When we think of rum and orange were immediately reminded of the turquoise waters and white-sandy beaches of a tropical island. There’s no question that this drink will transport your guests to their favourite tropical destination in the world. Get the recipe here.
Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade
Another lemonade winner, this time with raspberry. This delicious cocktail packs a summery punch thanks to the raspberries and lemonade – yum! Swap the sparkling water for some sparkling wine. Get the recipe here.
Frozen watermelon margarita
Watermelon is a staple during summer, so why can’t it be a staple at your wedding too? This tantalising summer cocktail blends frozen watermelon and tequila, bringing to life something your guests will never forget. Get the recipe here.
Cucumber Lime Basil Sparkling Spritzer
Cucumber slices, basil leaves, and sparkling wine – this is what makes a refreshing drink! This is the perfect cocktail addition to any wedding if you’re not looking for something too sweet. Get the recipe here, swapping Preseco for your favourite bottle of sparkling wine.