Post # 1
since changing my colors from yellow to champagne- I have decided to change the drink/ flavor theme as well! The original plan was lemonaid and lemon drops but now i think we will have martinellis and belinis as drinks. Anyone else have a flavor "theme"
Post # 3
I love bellinis! great choice! we are having a fall wedding, and have not picked out our signature drink or flavor yet, but we are thinking cinnimon and apple, or cranberry stuff.
Post # 4
oohh that sounds yummy! you could do hard hot and sparkeling cider! or cranberry with pomegranite 🙂
Post # 5
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
Not really a theme, but since our florals will be so bright, we wanted our food to be colorful as well…so lots of fresh (local!) produce will keep things vibrant. Is that a theme?
Post # 6
I voted I wouldn’t want one. Granted, this is your party and it’s fun to delve into all the details, I want to have a variety for my guests. If it’s your signature drinks that have a theme, great and neat — but not if it’s limiting your guests’ options.
Post # 7
It is more like protecting the budget, rather than limiting options! We can’t have red wine because the floors in our venue are untreated alaskan marble (it is a state park) and we can’t afford lots of liquor so it’s beer white wine and belinis as well as water and probably martinellis (lol or the safeway brand) since our caterer said that instead of charging us for drings for $3 per person they will serve whatever we want alcohol or no.
Post # 8
no flavor theme, just a feeling theme. It’s called everything we think is delicious that isn’t terribly hard to make ourselves.
Post # 9
- Wedding: June 2009 - Red Fish Grill
I think that’s cute, vista!
The only color-related beverage that we’ll be serving is pomegranate lemonade that will be in a glass dispenser on a little table near the entrance of our ceremony site (on the beach). I thought it would be a refreshing touch that also ties in with fuchsia, which is one of our colors.
The signature drink at our reception will be Mojitos, since I am half Cuban and it happens to be FI’s favorite drink. I guess that makes it a little theme-related, since our wedding revolves around our heritages and family trees. Aside from that, it’s red and white wines and beer.
Post # 10
Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something blue
Gin and tonic, black raspberry beach martini, bud light, and a blueberry passionfruit cocktail. And of course a red wine and a white one.
Post # 11
Lots of liquors come clear now, so you can make flavored drinks but they are colorless
Post # 12
Ok – I want to clarify my vote. We did not have a flavor theme, and if I had it to do it again, I still wouldn’t have a flavor theme or even signature drinks. Everyone drank what they wanted to drink and TO ME that is one of those details that the guests ill never notice, so it shouldnt require andy stress or work on your part.
Post # 13
Our theme is "Love is Sweet" so there will be sweets everywhere. I’m talking about candy bufffet, chocolate fountain, cheesecake, and sweet drinks.