Post # 1
My wedding is in 9 days, and I still can’t think of a name for my signature cocktail!
It’s a mojito.
The theme of the wedding is a whimsical, romantic forest.
The colors are nature inspired: green, cream, gold, and white. There will be white fabric, ivy and white flowers hanging from the ceiling in a “drippy” fashion. The center pieces are manzanita trees. There is moss and ivy everywhere. OK, you get the idea!
Any ideas? I have NOTHING! haha
Thank you so much in advance!
Post # 3
I think it’s cute when they use the couples names’ in the drink name. Can you come up with something using both of your names? Or your new last name (assuming your’e taking his)?
Post # 6
I’m sorry, but I dont understand why it needs a new name if its already named mojito?
Post # 8
Otto is husband in japanese, so you could call it My-Otto. Geddit?!
Post # 9
- Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
@Aicyla22: Most brides come up with a new fun name that goes with the wedding theme for their signature drink. It’s just something fun to add to the overall atmosphere.
I like Mid-Summer Mojito. 🙂
Post # 10
@juliette.eliza: Aha I see, I’m not having a traditional wedding so we a little confused by this and believe it or not I’ve never been to a wedding that had a “signature drink”.
I guess i like mid-summer mojito as well. Or perhaps a play on the name of the song for your first dance or even a play on your new last name?
Post # 11
Mystical Moonlight Mojito
Post # 12
I agree with something involving your names. For instance, I have a friend “Phil” and we decided that his signature drink should be called a “Philibuster”.
Post # 13
Maybe do a search for ‘words that rhyme with ‘O’ and go that route
Like Holy Toledo Mojito
Or I also like what PP said about using your names in someway
Post # 14
@julies1949: I second Midsummer Nights Dream
Post # 15
Ever think of naming it something that has to do with you as a couple?
Fiance proposed at sunset on vacation….we plan on doing a “Tequila Sunset” or something of that sort….but you get the idea!