Mocktail ideas for dry wedding?

posted 4 months ago in Food
Post # 32
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Bumble Beekeeper

alexam :  if you can pick four I’d go with:

Bloody Mary (regular but omit alcohol)

Bellini (peach nectar, sparkling cider, peach slice)

Sweet Sunrise (orange juice, grenadine, orange slice)

Mojito (tonic/club soda, sugar syrup, lime juice, mint)

 

Post # 33
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Blushing bee

Do you mean 4 of these? 

Bloody Mary (regular but omit alcohol)

Mimosa (sparkling water, orange juice, orange slice)

Bellini (peach nectar, sparkling cider, peach slice)

Shirly Temple (ginger ale, grenadine, cherry)

Sweet Sunrise (orange juice, grenadine, orange slice)

Mojito (tonic/club soda, sugar syrup, lime juice, mint)

French 75 (tonic/club soda, lemon juice, lemon bitters)

 

I would make sure a belini is on there, the sparkling cider is festive! I also like the french 75 because it’s not so sweet. 

Post # 34
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4910 posts
Honey bee

alexam :  Sunrise, Mojito the 75 one and bellini or Bloody Mary.  The first three I’d be super excited about

Post # 35
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2020

Yum!! I would choose the Bloody, the Bellini, and the French 75. Those provide the typical “brunch” vibes and the French 75 is a less sweet option. I really dislike how alcohol is so ingrained in our culture that people need to “prepare” for a dry wedding! Come on now. 

Post # 36
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2020

Bumping with a delicious beverage recipe I’ve been enjoying!

Muddle fresh mint leaves in grapefruit juice and let it sit for a few minutes. Add some simple syrup if you’d like. Blend fresh watermelon chunks and mint leaves. Add the bleded melon and mint to the juice and shake well. Pour half a glass over ice and top it off with tonic water. It’s refreshing and summery and the tonic gives it a satisfying bite!

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