Post # 1
So I just ordered 5 of these cute drink dispensers [yes, 5! they are only 1 gallon each].
And i need some inspiration for 3 cute, NON-alcoholic drinks.
We are already planning to do serve tea & lemonade [in 2 of the dispensers], as well as coffee [in an urn], and water pitchers on every table.
And of course.. plenty of beer, wine & hard liquors.
Show me your favorite recipes, or tell me what drinks you’d enjoy if you were a guest at my wedding.
ETA : I am also having 2 punch fountains, and need inspiration for those as well… at least 50% of the ingrediants need to be non-carbonated, and no pulp or anything else that can get stuck in the pump.
Post # 3
You could slice some oranges and put them in with water for one of them. It’s a nice departure from lemon or lime, and it’s soooo good.
Maybe something made with sparkling water?
Post # 4
@peachacid: Great! I’ve heard of fruit infused waters but I have never tried them, I’ll certainly give it a try.
Post # 5
@jenilynevette: maybe have different types of lemonades, like regular, raspberry lemondade, blueberry lemonade, etc. Everyone loves lemonade and the different fruits will make them all different colors!
Post # 6
@jenilynevette: those are adorable! we had very similar containers and we did N/A drinks that could be “spiked”. We had a maple lemonade (for maple burbon lemonade) and a raspberry basil lemonade (for rasp basil vodka). They were a hit both spiked and booze free!
Post # 7
@jenilynevette: Are you having any children at the wedding? Could always do some type of Kool-Aid to add some colour
Post # 8
If you’re actually getting married this fall, do apple cider! It can get expensive, but you can “water” it down a bit with regular apple juice.
Post # 9
@Mez03: We are having 2 kids.. and 2 17 year olds.. so I’d rather not do koolaid. We will have soda available though, and water. Both kids are allowed to drink soda.
Post # 10
We had a rosemary-infused lemonade passed during cocktail hour, and it was delicious!
Post # 11
Apple cider!!! Or a flavored lemonade or tea to change it up.