Post # 1
We are using Captain and coke, seagrams 7 and 7up, and a fuzzy naval for our drinks along with beer. Our colors are turquoise and black with pink flowers. I wanted to give them cutesy names. I found a cute idea online calling the captain and coke “tall dark and handsome.” I was thinking of adding some cranberry juice to the fuzzy naval for color and calling it the “blushing bride.” I’m not sure if it’s too much work but I was even thinking of going as far as using food coloring to dye the 7 and 7 turquoise, but I can’t think of a name for it that goes with the other two. I am even willing to change the other two names. Suggestions?
Post # 3
Cranberry will change the color but will also change the flavor, by a good bit. Could you try adding blue food coloring to the fuzzy navel, a lot I’m sure, until it’s turquoise (or blue green cause blue and yellowish=green) and then add red food coloring to the 7&7 making it the blushing bride?
Just an idea. Cause cranberry will not be good with peach schnapps… Or maybe I’m wrong.
I’m thinking of names
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2012 - Southern California
We are renaming our drink Something Blue :]. Ours is lemonade, blue curucao, & vodka aka Blue Lagoon & not that elegant or attractive of a name haha.
I love the “tall, dark, & handsome” though!
Post # 5
I wouldn’t dye the 7 and 7. I think it may put off some guests. It’s not meant to be a froofry drink.
If you leave it its normal color, you can call it Tiny Bubbles maybe. Even though that is from an old song about champagne!