d eterring booziness requires some high-fructose ingenuity, because when given the choice between a whiskey sour and a seltzer, the hooch will win every time. Lucky for you, the following ideas wink at all things kitsch, skimp not on the sweeteners and will surely prompt guests to shrug, ‘what champagne?’
w hether you’re looking to add a little speakeasy steam or Bond-level class to your big day, martinis are hands down the most sophisticated and symbolic of the mixed drinks. Not only does is pack a wallop, but it contains connotations up the wazoo, and for these reasons, the martini is a must for your wedding. But whether it’s simply an option at the bar, or the option at the bar, well, taking the martini to the next level is really up to you.
f athering a signature bevy means getting to play bartender, just you and your fiancé making the most out of playing house. It also means not having to open a bar because come W-day, beer, wine and your immaculate conception will suffice nicely.
e xcellent for the head and brazen at heart, cocktails merrily punctuate riotous toasts, choice grub and step-ball-changes. And while old standbys like Bloody Caesars and vodka martinis always promise a good hullabaloo, the offbeat signature cocktail is way in, giving you ample opportunity to get all “leading-edge” on your guests. For added sweetness, serve up two trademark drinks with your monikers, as in “his and hers hooch”. taking the bitter with the sweet