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17 Coasters That Will Look Absolutely Lovely at Weddings

How will you incorporate your personal style into your wedding bar? The first things couples always tackle are drinks and glassware, but what about fun and unexpected details that can make your bar really POP? Besides fun swizzle sticks or straws like these and a signature drink sign, wedding coasters are another detail we love to see at receptions. We have seen coasters given as favors, we have seen coaster save the dates, escort cards, and we have seen them turned into creative guest book alternatives. A unique wedding coaster can act as an element of decor for your theme, as well as offer functionality by keeping tables clean of condensation and acting as a “drink saver” (more on that below). To illustrate how awesome wedding coasters can be, we’ve rounded-up seventeen finds to inspire your unique wedding bar style. Read on to see what we’ve found!

Coasters for Weddings

1. Birch wood wedding coasters

These wedding coasters are essential for a rustic wedding bar. By Pixels and Timber.

birch wedding coasters personalized

by pixels and timber

2. Coasters as your Save the Date

These wedding coasters are so pretty! Send them in the mail as a save the date announcement instead of a traditional card. By Paper Street Press.

save the date coasters

by paper street press

3. Eat, Drink and Be Married

These coasters are elegant and feature a fun saying: “Eat, Drink and Be Married”. We love this example which features the couple’s names, wedding date, and website address. Perfect for guests to visit after the wedding if you’re showcasing photos on your wedding website. By Ruffhouse Art.

eat drink and be married coasters

by ruffhouse art

4. With Love from Chicago

Or Detroit. Or Los Angeles. Or NYC. Wherever your love adventure began! By Allie Hasson. Sidebar: it looks like this is the last batch of wedding coasters with “Chicago” and they might not be making more (sadface). Hmmm. I say, ask them anyway and maybe they’ll get a huge response and make them for all cities, since they’re incredibly lovely! I call dibs on Romeo.

from chicago with love wedding coasters

by allie hasson

5. Fondest Memories

These are coasters AND cute memories in one! Have guests write down their favorite good times with the bride and groom. By Starboard Press.

fondest memories with the bride and groom wedding coasters

by starboard press

6. Cheers Wedding Coasters

This wood coaster is perfect for a rustic wedding! We love the elegant calligraphy. Spotted at Julie Song Ink.

cheers coasters

julie song ink

7. Initial Here

For a handcrafted wedding, personalization is key! A coaster like this is a fun way to show off your new initial. By When it Rains Shop.

floral monogram wedding coaster

when it rains

8. Thank You to Parents

We’ve talked about unique ways to thank parents and guests at your wedding. This coaster is another fantastic way to do it! By Dinglewood Design.

thank you to guests wedding coaster

dinglewood design

9. Polka Dotted

This festive polka dotted monogram coaster is one of our favorites: it can be customized to suit your color palette and shows off your monogram. By Dear LC.

polka dotted monogram wedding coaster

dear lc

10. Wedding Coaster Favors

Wrap up a set of coasters and give them to guests as favors, like these by My Little Chickadee Creations which are custom and handmade.

custom wedding coaster favors

my little chickadee creations

11. Please Don’t Take My Drink

A wedding coaster can be used as a drink saver, when placed on the rim of a glass. This coaster reads, “Please don’t take my drink, I’m dancing“. I swear, the number of drinks “cleaned up” while people are dancing is incredible! It will save you money, too, as a bonus, since most guests go get a new drink when they discover theirs is gone.

dont take my drink wedding coaster

tea and becky

12. My Wish for the Newlyweds

Place these wedding coasters at the bar and guests can write their well wishes! This also takes the place of a guest book (similarly to #5, above). By Starboard Press.

my wish for the newlyweds wedding coasters advice

by starboard press

13. Chalkboard

Guests can write their names on these chalkboard coasters so they don’t lose sight of which drink is theirs.

chalkboard wedding coasters

kate aspen

14. Photo Save the Date

You can have your engagement photo placed onto a coaster and sent as a unique save the date, well ahead of the big day.

wedding coasters personalized with photo

via evermine

15. Escort Card Coasters

Meet the escort card coaster: it’s an escort card and drink coaster in one! Two birds, one stone.

coaster escort cards wedding

photo: k seidl photo via style me pretty

16. Happily Ever After

Bright and cheery, these happily ever after coasters are a delightful touch.

and they lived happily ever after wedding coasters in green

print smitten

17. Save the Date Coaster

Last but not least, this save the d-ate coaster is another favorite way to set the tone of your event and tie in your theme, too.

save the date coaster

fossil letterpress

Will you be using wedding coasters at your reception?

Why or why not? Tell us what you think in the comment box below.

xo,
-E.

Drink Koozie Wedding Favors (+ Name Tag)

We love when we find an amazing wedding favor that crosses off two wedding tasks at once. Take these drink koozie wedding favors, for instance! They function as a place to keep drinks cold, but they can also be a place card for guests. Simply write each guest’s name on the drink koozie and set at his or her seat before the reception begins. Finally… a favor guests will actually use.

drink koozie wedding favors hello my name is

via rook design co.

via rook design co.

You can see more here, like this one which is downright hilarious.

What do you think of these drink koozies? Would you use them as wedding favors?

xo
-E.

7 Tips for a Wedding Lemonade Stand

Hi, loves! Happy, Happy Monday! We’re excited to kick off a brand new week of handmade wedding inspiration here at Emmaline Bride with a fresh new Ask Emmaline question. But first… what do you think of wedding lemonade stands? Yay? Nay? That’s what reader Steph wanted to know when she wrote us last week. She says, “Dear Emmaline, I’m planning the bar for my outdoor wedding. I’ve heard of a wedding lemonade stand, but I have no idea what it entails. Any tips so it doesn’t look cheesy?” Thanks for writing, Steph! We, too, have been swept up in the sweet-as-sugar bar ideas popping up everywhere (like here, mostly). And, like you, we don’t think every idea is a winner (as many can be downright cheesy). We do, however, think a lemonade stand at a wedding can be a fun, festive way to incorporate a favorite summertime drink and another way to use those clever mason jars with handles. I know, I know… but bear with us on this one. As long as you follow these tips, your wedding lemonade stand will be one your guests will love…

7 Tips for a Wedding Lemonade Stand

via the knot, photo: nikki mills

Wedding Lemonade Stand: 7 Helpful Tips

1. It’s all about presentation!

Presentation will make or break your lemonade stand. Don’t make it look too child-like, since it’s still being used for a wedding. Use old wood pallets or repurposed lumbar to create a stand, like one of these. Accentuate the stand with lettering that stands out and reads simply, ‘Lemonade’ (see top image above).

7 Tips for a Wedding Lemonade Stand
via here

Also, I spotted this next idea and I think the presentation is gorgeous… but it seems like an awful waste of fresh produce, sitting in the hot sun all day. Perhaps you could accentuate with a few lemons or limes in vases (even try the wax ones from Hobby Lobby?) Or try this centerpiece idea and modify it to work with your bar. Just a thought.

wedding lemonade stand

via here

Burlap tablecloth? Custom chalk lettering? I adore this.

wedding lemonade stand
via here

2. Let guests help themselves.

A lemonade stand is an excellent way to offer guests a fuss-free bar experience. Stock your lemonade stand with the essentials including drink dispensers (like this, one of my favorites especially if you’re offering mason jars as drinking glasses). I highly recommend getting a drink dispenser that comes with a stand. This way, glasses can be placed underneath the spout on the table (rather than off the table causing a mess). You’ll also want to include festive straws for sipping (something like this), and glassware (plastic wear if your venue prohibits glass). And, last but not least, don’t forget to have lemons slices inside — it looks pretty and infuses the lemonade with extra flavor.

3. Location, location, location.

Make sure your lemonade stand is visible and easy-to-access. You wouldn’t want guests to miss it!

4. Offer a couple of drink varieties.

We get it, you’re nuts about lemonade — but not everyone is. Offer a few alternate drinks just in case (bottled soda, beer, and water are all fantastic on ice in galvanized tubs).

5. Have plenty of batches ready-to-go.

You can’t call it a proper wedding lemonade stand if your drink dispensers run dry within an hour! Make sure you have plenty of drink mix and water on hand to keep the bar stocked. It is helpful to hire a bartender to keep an eye on drink levels and replenish, when needed. (Pay them handsomely, too. Tending bar isn’t easy!)

lemonade bar wedding
spotted here

6. Don’t forget the ice.

Make sure you have lots of ice to keep the drinks cold, especially important at those hot and humid outdoor weddings. If you want HUGE ice cubes that look pretty and really pack an icy punch, make lemon ice cubes in a muffin pan. I spotted this idea here and it’s a good one. I’m definitely going to use this idea to make lemon-infused water all summer long.

7. A lemonade stand is best for…

So, who would want a wedding lemonade stand anyway? A lemonade stand it fitting if your wedding is outdoors during the summer months, or incorporates yellow into its charming palette, or has a rustic, outdoorsy vibe. It is also ideal when you want a no-fuss bar option (that is as fun as it is festive).

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And, don’t stop there! Need other ideas for your bar? check out these tips on how to stock the bar!

We have more coming up next including a new giveaway! Stay tuned! (P.S. Follow us on Facebook, say hello + stay connected for the latest!)

Tell us: would you have a wedding lemonade stand?

Why or why not? Comment below! We’d love to hear from you.

xo
-E.

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5 Tips for the Morning of the Wedding

Hello, loves! Whether your wedding is fast-approaching or in the distance, be sure to bookmark this post (press CTRL + D or pin it)! Today we’re revealing five tips for the morning of the wedding to ensure it goes off without a hitch. Getting ready for your wedding is memorable because it is filled with excitement and anticipation for the day ahead. Plus, it’s a great chance to chill with your best girlfriends to relax, get pampered, and primp to look your best. Read on to see the five essential tips… plus, a little birdie told us there’s a special giveaway happening, too! Check it out below…

bridesmaids jumping on the bed

photo: nadi bay photography

Morning of the Wedding

Little touches and details will make the morning of the wedding more memorable for yourself and your bridal party. Here are a few suggestions we think will help.

1. Details.

Details, details, details. You’ve been so used to this throughout your wedding planning, so don’t stop when planning the morning of the wedding! Sweet little touches will make it more memorable. Here’s a mini-inspiration board to nudge your creativity:

getting ready - morning of the wedding ideas

details //

1 – white paper lanterns | blue paper lanterns
2 – banner
3 – drink dispenser
4 – striped straws
5 – door hanger
6 – plastic drinking glasses
7 – tote bag

2. Schedule your hair and makeup early.

Make sure your hair stylist and makeup artist are scheduled well ahead of time. And, make sure the appointment is as early as possible. This allows for any extra time it may take to get your hairstyle just right, or to redo anything that doesn’t come out perfect the first time. Plus, you’ll be less stressed and can relax if you know you have more than enough time to get to the aisle on time.

getting ready morning of the wedding

photo: ashley caroline | see the real wedding

3. Have food and drinks available.

This is sometimes something we recommend as one of the MOH duties, but it bears repeating here. You’ll want to offer food and drinks to your wedding party the morning of the wedding. Nothing too fancy or complicated: orange juice, coffee, mimosas, and/or water are some suggestions. Use a drink dispenser and plastic glassware for ease. For food, think small finger-foods like rolled sandwiches, veggies, or fruit. Drinking straws make for no-mess lipstick.

4. Make sure these photos are on your list.

Don’t forget to capture these 18 Must-Have Getting Ready Photos!

5. Wear comfortable clothing.

While getting ready, wear clothing that won’t mess up your hair or makeup. The best advice? Wear a button-down shirt or robe that doesn’t need to be lifted above your head.

bridesmaid getting ready robes

photo (left) – hagerty photography, robes – the lil wedding shop

And… wouldn’t it be nice to win a set of FREE personalized bridesmaid robes? Now you can! Enter below!

Giveaway: Spa Robes

Between 2/5-2/11/14 (11:59pm EST), enter for a chance to win a set of five spa robes for the morning of your wedding! These robes — by The Lil Wedding Shop — are personalized + perfect for bridesmaid gifts. Prize value: $160. No cash value. FREE shipping included to the U.S. (hooray!) Winner will be randomly selected on 2/12 and announced on this post. Winner will be contacted via email: be sure to check your inbox and spam bins! Winner must respond within 72 hours or a new winner will be randomly selected. Use entry form below to enter. No purchase necessary. Past giveaway winners within 30 days not eligible to win. Good luck!

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Happy Planning!

xo,
-E.

What are you planning for the morning of the wedding?

Tell us with a comment below! We’d love to hear from you. :)

Where to Buy Mason Jar Drinking Glasses / Mugs

Brides: wondering where to buy mason jar drinking glasses for your wedding? Want to make mason jar drinking glasses but want the kind with a handle? You’ve come to the right place! This post will show you the best places to buy mason jars with handles to use as drinking glasses AND how to save a bunch of money doing it. Read on to find out more…

Where to Buy Mason Jar Drinking Glasses (w/ Handles)

Where to Buy Mason Jar Drinking Glasses

I’ve purchased many mason jars in the past, and I always order from the same place. Amazon. Why? I can almost never find the mason jar drinking glasses with the handle at my local stores, nor do I feel like picking up two or three boxes of quart or pint-sized mason jars and lugging them around with me all the way home. Plus, ordering mason jars in bulk is always a money-saver, which matters oh-so-much when planning your wedding.

Libby Fair Mason Jar Mugs

If I had to pick, the Libby Fair 16 1/2 oz. mason jar drinking glasses are my fave. They even feature a cute little country fair emblem on them, which is perfect for a country wedding.

libbey county fair mason jar drinking glasses with handle

libbey fair

Golden Harvest Mason Jar Drinking Glasses

You can also try these by Golden Harvest, which feature a smooth front.

mason jar drinking mug glasses

golden harvest

Ball Mason Jar Drinking Glasses

The most inexpensive ones are probably these by Ball, but they’re a bit smaller (12 oz) and I haven’t tried them myself, so I won’t vouch for them. The reviews look promising, though!

mason jar drinking mugs

ball

Anyways, I always buy mason jars here because they arrive right to my door (you can get a lot of ’em for free two-day shipping, which is awesome, especially in a last-minute party panic) and the prices are always so reasonable. Whenever brides ask us where to buy mason jar drinking glasses, mason jars, or jelly jars, the answer is always Amazon. Plus, you can pair ’em with striped drinking straws easily all-in-one order. And, stripey straws make drinking out of mason jars infinitely more awesome. (And, some people just don’t like to drink out of a jar, so a straw definitely helps.) Besides, have you seen how many amazing striped and patterned drinking straws are available today? It’s amazing. Ah, well, we’ll talk about that in an upcoming post. :)

Hope it helps!

xo,
-E.

Mason Jar Drinking Glasses

There are thousands of fantastic mason jar ideas to try, but mason jar drinking glasses will always remain a favorite. The mason jar is typically used for canning, but it also makes a surprisingly chic (+ reusable) drinking glass. If you’re wondering how to craft the perfect mason jar drinking glasses for your wedding, bridal shower, or party, you’ve come to the right place: read on to find out seven tips to ensure guests love ’em as much as you do! Enjoy!

7 Tips for Mason Jar Drinking Glasses (photo by Robyn Van Dyke)

via weddings magazine, photo by robyn van dyke

Mason Jar Drinking Glasses

1. Check with your venue’s glass policy first.

Some venues have a strict no-glass policy, so double-check before purchasing your mason jars.

2. Include a sign.

The sign should instruct guests to take a glass, fill it up, and enjoy. Also, let guests know to take their jar home. As much as you may love mason jars, you probably don’t want/need/dream of having 150+ mason jar drinking glasses lying around your house. ;)

3. Buy the right size.

Pint-size mason jars are best for use as drinking glasses. You can buy mason jars with handles, which measure just slightly over a pint, are easy for guests to hold, and look and feel more like actual drinking glasses. Prefer traditional mason jars? They work great, too! You can buy mason jars in all types and brands at your local store (find them at your local grocery store, as well as Target and Walmart). You’ll pay more if you buy them individually at a craft store, so be on the lookout for mason jars in a large quantity. To save time and money (+ hassle!), buy mason jars in bulk online. You can usually get combined shipping rates and you’ll save yourself many trips of lugging glass mason jars in and out of your car.

4. Mason Jar Drinking Glasses + Escort “Cards” / Tags

I love when two wedding ideas can work together as one! Mason jar drinking glasses and escort cards is one such combination, which makes it easy for guests to grab a drink upon entry to the reception, find his or her seat, and remember which jar is theirs. You can make your own drink tag / escort cards with simple kraft luggage tags, twine, and permanent markers. Include the guest’s name and table assignment on each tag and place in alphabetical order for guests to grab-and-go.

7 Tips for Mason Jar Drinking Glasses (photo by Anne Skidmore)

photo by anne skidmore

Chalkboard paint is another way for guests to include their names. Apply chalkboard paint to jars (or use chalkboard stickers, which is way less time-consuming and messy). You’ll want to provide plenty of white chalk or a chalk pen.

7 Tips for Mason Jar Drinking Glasses (photo via Marcella Treybig blog)

photos via marcella treybig blog

5. Serve beverages in drink dispensers.

To add to the homespun feel of the mason jar, serve drinks in glass drink dispensers. You’ll want both alcohol and non-alcohol options; dispensers should be clearly labeled. One of my favorite non-alcohol drinks is this strawberry + ginger ale concoction. It’s perfect for summer!

How awesome is this mason jar drink dispenser? I want one.

7 Tips for Mason Jar Drinking Glasses - Mason Jar Drink Dispenser

by napa style

6. Don’t forget straws!

No matter how amazing the mason jars may be, some guests won’t want to drink directly out of the jar. Offer straws and everyone will be happy! Plus, striped straws are way cuter than traditional straws and can tie into your color palette, too.

7. Keep ’em refilled!

Keep the dispensers refilled all night long. Don’t forget plenty of ice to keep drinks cold (and guests refreshed).

P.S. Do you know what goes great with mason jar drinking glasses? Games! Check out how to entertain guests at a wedding for ideas.

Happy Planning!


-E.

Now It’s Your Turn! – Do you like mason jar drinking glasses? Why or why not?

Custom Beer Labels for your Wedding

Hello, hello! We spotted these waterproof custom beer labels over at Girl in Gear Studio and we think they’re pretty amazing. (Waterproof is doubly awesome so the labels don’t peel when the bottles are sitting in a bucket of ice. Clever!) Hoppily Ever After? Unbelieveable Bock? Hella-Good Hefeweizen? We love! If you and your honey brew your own beer, or you’d like something personalized to go over your favorite brew at your reception, you’ve come to the right place. (Oh, and other drink labels are also available). Read on to see these charming labels up close…

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Custom Beer Labels

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DIY Champagne Bar: 3 Tasty Tips

Happy Friday! If you’re planning the drink menu at your upcoming wedding, consider this fun twist: a DIY champagne bar! The idea – quite clever, if you ask us – incorporates delicious bubbly, fruit juices, and frozen fruits for a mix-it-yourself station guests will love! Perfect for weddings, bridal showers, or engagement parties, this concept is easy-to-do, incorporates fun thematic accessories, and is a fun twist to an otherwise traditional drink bar. Read on to see three tasty tips for creating your very own DIY champagne bar…

diy champagne bar

photo by rebecca wood photography, styled by cynthia martyn via the caketress blog

diy champagne bar

photo by rebecca wood photography, styled by cynthia martyn via the caketress blog

DIY Champagne Bar: 3 Tips

1. Include mixers and fruit.

Invite guests to make their own cocktails with champagne and fruit juice (like orange juice, cherry, or pomegranate). Don’t forget frozen fruit like raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries. YUM!

diy champagne bar

photo by lauren hillary, styled by brooke keegan weddings and events via hostess with the mostess

diy champagne bar

photo by lauren hillary, styled by brooke keegan weddings and events via hostess with the mostess

Fun Alternative: Add POPSICLES!

diy champagne bar with popsicles

via bumpsmitten

2. Select a dry champagne (+ keep it chilled).

Since guests can mix their own cocktails (or opt for basic bubbly), you’ll want to start with a dry champagne so the fruit or juices won’t overpower the drink with sugar. Also, have the champagne bottles chilled and keep them cold throughout the night by placing on buckets of ice.

3. Add decorative champagne bar accessories.

Beautify your bar with custom cocktail napkins, drink stirrers, drink markers (these are fun!), streamers, striped straws, and a decorative sign.

diy champagne bar

photo by steve steinhardt, styled by beth helmstetter events via style me pretty

diy champagne bar

photo by steve steinhardt, styled by beth helmstetter events via style me pretty

Going rustic? Take a peek at this clever rustic-themed DIY champagne bar:

diy champagne bar

by green and bloom, photo by terri hanlon photography via the lane

Happy Planning!


-E.

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5 Signature Cocktails for Weddings

Hello! Today we’re talking about signature cocktails for weddings. When planning your handmade wedding, one of the best (+ easiest!) ways to customize your food and drink menu is by offering a signature cocktail. A signature cocktail is your own special drink either served up exclusively or as a recommendation to your guests. You can create one signature cocktail – or – create your favorite and ask your honey to select one of their own. If you love deliciously fruity cocktails, today’s post is for you. We’ve teamed up with the folks at Dailys Cocktails to talk about five favorite signature cocktails for weddings using a few of their recipes (+ a splash of our own inspiration). We’ve DIYed these signature wedding drinks ourselves in our very own EB office kitchen to give you a sampling of what to expect when becoming your own mixologist. And, boy, did we have fun. Who knew there were so many ways to craft your signature drink! We hope you enjoy the cocktails we’ve created!

signature cocktails for weddings (by emmaline bride)

by revelry photos by emmaline bride

5 Signature Cocktails for Weddings

This was our first time ever using Dailys new cocktail mixers, even though we’ve always wanted to try them. They come in easy-to-serve pouches which can be chilled or frozen, depending on your drink preference. Now it’s easy to have instant margaritas, daiquiris, spiked punch, and more from the convenience of your fridge. Dailys brand cocktails and cocktail mixers are a great product brides can use to be creative and ready for anything — ready to celebrate, ready to entertain, even ready for “I Do!” Use them at your bachelorette party (great for the limo ride as they’re no mess and no glass!), serve at your engagement party, or our favorite… serve as an ingredient in signature cocktails for weddings.

In this post, we used Dailys Cocktails website (+ their inviting, totally innovative recipe search with TONS of drink ideas!) and some of our favorite Dailys Cocktails ingredients to create some fun signature wedding cocktails for inspiration. We hope you enjoy!

* denotes our own creation

1. The Bride’s Something Blue*

This is our exclusive Emmaline Bride signature cocktail! We designed it with the bride-to-be in mind, provided she uses a straw and doesn’t spill any on her gorgeous white gown. (This stuff is one intense shade of blue.)

-3/4 oz. Dailys sweet + sour mix
-3 oz blue curacao (chilled)
-3/4 oz. vodka
-salt for glass rim

Mix ingredients. Make sure the blue curacao is cold. (Or serve over ice.)

signature cocktails for weddings

by revelry photos by emmaline bride

2. Spiked Piña in a Jar*

It would be fun to serve this one up in a huge punch bowl + give guests jars (we used jelly jars, as guests would get pretty tanked with a full mason jar) from which to drink. Don’t forget the striped straws!

For one jar…

-3 oz. Dailys piña colada
-1 oz. Dailys sweet and sour mix
-raspberries

Mix and serve over ice.

5 signature cocktails for weddings - spiked pina in a jar

by revelry photos by emmaline bride

3. Sparkling Strawberry Champagne

This one’s easy! We found it at Dailys here. Though, how did they get it to look so gloriously gradient? We tried, but ours was more of a rosy hue. Still loved it though! All you need is…

-1 oz. Dailys Strawberry Daiquiri (chilled)
-3 oz. chilled champagne

Mix champagne and daiquiri mix. Serve in champagne flute with strawberry slice inside.

5 signature cocktails for weddings - strawberry champagne

by revelry photos by emmaline bride

4. Peach Fuzz Daiquiri

This one comes straight from Dailys Cocktails recipes page. And… might we add, it’s quite delicious.

-1 oz. white rum
-4 oz. DAILY’s peach mix
-1 oz. crushed ice

Blend ingreidents. Serve with sliced peach as garnish.

peach fuzz - signature cocktails for weddings (by emmaline bride)

by revelry photos by emmaline bride

5. Spiked Limeade*

We were looking for something with a tart and tangy punch… and, well, we got it. We definitely got creative with this one.

-3 oz. Dailys Lemonade
-a splash of lime juice
-1 oz. Dailys sweet and sour mix
-3/4 oz. rum

Mix. Pour in glass. Serve over ice cubes with lime slice as garnish.

5 signature cocktails for weddings - spiked limeade

by revelry photos by emmaline bride

So, which one did we like best? Definitely the peach. So. good. Plus, it’s a perfect icy signature cocktail for weddings in the summer.

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Now it’s YOUR turn! Check out Dailys Cocktails to find exclusive signature cocktails for weddings, bachelorette parties, and other events. Or, try your hand at DIYing your own using their new cocktail mixers… you might just find your new favorite drink! You can find Dailys brand cocktails and cocktail mixers near you by clicking here. (P.S. Stay connected by following Dailys Cocktails on Facebook!)

This post was sponsored by Dailys Cocktails, in which we tried their products to give our honest opinion. Do we wholeheartedly love their products? You betcha.

Happy Planning!


-THE EB TEAM