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July 19, 2017

Flower Girl Looks We Love

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There is that one moment during a wedding when the flower girl steals the show. All guests turn to see the sweetie in her adorable dress, sprinkling petals as she bashfully walks down the aisle. We love when one of our brides includes a flower girl in her bridal party. She adds a touch of charm and lightness to the ceremony. In addition to a basket full of petals, she may carry a mini-version of the bridesmaid bouquet or wear a pretty floral crown. For the bride who plans to have a flower girl or two, here are some of our favorite looks from Real BB Weddings to use for inspiration.

 

Becca & Dave - Flower Girl - Bouquet - Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club - Andre Maier Photography

Becca & Dave – Flower Girl – Bouquet – Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club – Andre Maier Photography

 

Is there a more fitting dress for a flower girl than one adorned with lovely little blooms? A petite bouquet of white hydrangea was the perfect complement to a lavender frock with floral appliqué that this little flower girl wore for a beach wedding at the Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club.

 

Deborah & Geraldo - Flower Girl - Head Wreath - Babys Breath - Pearl River Hilton - Cole & Kiera Photography

Deborah & Geraldo – Flower Girl – Head Wreath – Babys Breath – Pearl River Hilton – Cole & Kiera Photography

 

For a classically romantic wedding at the Pearl River Hilton, this gorgeous flower girl carried a white satin basket filled with blush colored rose petals, which accessorized her exquisite tulle dress perfectly. Her look was topped off with a floral head wreath composed of ivory spray roses and accents of seeded eucalyptus.

 

Jen & Adam - Flower Girl - Babys Breath - New York Botanical Garden - Joseph Lin Photography

Jen & Adam – Flower Girl – Babys Breath – New York Botanical Garden – Joseph Lin Photography

 

This flower girl is completely in her element as she gets ready for a wedding at the New York Botanical Garden. She carries a small wooden basket decorated with white lilies, ivory roses, and greenery. Her beautiful handmade flower crown is fashioned from white baby’s breath with a satin ribbon trailing down the back.

 

Carolyn & Mike - Flower Girl - Rose Bouquet - Mandarin Oriental - Off Beet Productions

Carolyn & Mike – Flower Girl – Rose Bouquet – Mandarin Oriental – Off Beet Productions

 

Jackie Kennedy said it best when she stated, “Pearls are always appropriate.” Is there a more classic pairing than pearls and roses? Just ask this little darling. Walking down the aisle, she wears a beautiful single stand necklace while carrying a tiny nosegay bouquet of blush roses.

 

Alice & Chris - Flower Girl - Crown - Babys Breath - 620 Loft & Garden - Samm Blake

Alice & Chris – Flower Girl – Crown – Babys Breath – 620 Loft & Garden – Samm Blake

 

When girls are really young, floral accessories should be small and delicate. Baby’s breath is an excellent choice, because the blooms are unfussy and will not overtake the wearer’s petite stature. The smile on this little flower girl says it all as she shows off her whispery baby’s breath crown at a 620 Loft & Garden wedding.

 

Rachel & Olly - Flower Girls - Flower Crowns - Manhattan Penthouse - Dreamlife Photography

Rachel & Olly – Flower Girls – Flower Crowns – Manhattan Penthouse – Dreamlife Photography

 

Getting ready for a Manhattan Penthouse wedding, this adorable trio stopped just long enough to pose for a picture. Complementing the girls’ dreamy dresses are lush, garden inspired crowns composed of burgundy ranunculus, Italian ruscus, asparagus fern, and a blackberry stem with cascading gold ribbon down the back.

 

Suzy & Jerry - Flower Girl - Head Wreath - Bourne Mansion - Ryon Lockhart Photography

Suzy & Jerry – Flower Girl – Head Wreath – Bourne Mansion – Ryon Lockhart Photography

 

This flower girl looks so much like a ballerina, you could take that exuberant smile for one that comes after finishing a solo performance on stage. She is actually smiling because celebrations for a wedding at Bourne Mansion are about to begin. A stunning natural wreath featuring blush, white, ivory hued blooms and greenery accents completes her ballerina princess look.

Choosing floral accessories for your flower girls depends on their age, the bridesmaid bouquets, and your overall wedding style. We hope these looks give you ideas for the flower girls who will be dusting petals down your aisle. And be prepared to share the spotlight with these sweethearts when they make their entrance.

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July 18, 2017

Wedding Inspiration for the Classic Bride

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The classic bride wants the look and feel of her wedding to stand the test of time. Don’t tell her about the latest bridal trends. Twenty years from now, her wedding photos will look like they were taken just days before. Important details like her dress, hairstyle, jewelry, flowers, and cake will be chosen because they fulfill her vision of having a grand, elegant affair.

Bride & Blossom has worked with every type of bride and there’s just something so beautiful about using a classic aesthetic to plan a wedding. Here are some inspiring looks from our Real BB Weddings to help the classic bride create the ceremony and reception of her dreams.

Most often, the focal décor feature of the ceremony is a chuppah or wedding arch. From simple to lavish, brides decorate these symbolic structures to express their personal style.

 

Leah & Michael: Evoke a setting of beauty and sophistication by draping the structure in sheer ivory fabric with round arrangements of white roses and hydrangea adorning each post.

Leah & Michael - Chuppah - Le Parker Meridien - by Whyman Studios

Leah & Michael – Chuppah – Le Parker Meridien – by Whyman Studios

 

Jennifer & Paul: A wedding arch fashioned from curly willow branches embellished with blush hued roses and cream hydrangea evokes an air of eternal romance.

Jennifer & Paul Wedding - Ceremony - Branch Arch - Liberty Warehouse NYC - by Agaton Strom

Jennifer & Paul Wedding – Ceremony – Branch Arch – Liberty Warehouse NYC – by Agaton Strom

 

Cheryl & Adam, Lindsay & Aaron and Danielle & Noah: When it comes to bouquet style, nothing is more classically beautiful than a round arrangement of fresh roses! A round, compact bouquet of white, ivory and blush roses and hydrangea is lush, yet sophisticated. The soft lavender color of menta roses is most romantic. A relaxed, textured version showcases exquisite roses, peonies, orchids, and ranunculus with a touch of greenery.

 

Alexandra & Jason and Courtney & Quinton: Jewelry is understated with hint of sparkle and luster. Wedding pearls and diamonds will never go out of style! When it comes to hair, a polished bridal bun complemented with a bejeweled barrette is stunning. But we love to see a bride pull off a graceful down ‘do!

 

Lindsey & Greg and Sarah & Adam: Classic bridal attire is not as limiting as you may think. A princess gown with a voluminous, tulle skirt looks fit for a fairy tale. A simple, satin dress allures with timeless glamour.

 

Dara & Jonathan: Create a striking atmosphere for your guests to enjoy during the reception. Adorn tables with low arrangements that mix crisp, white blooms such as peonies, roses, tulips, and hydrangea with greenery accents.

Dara & Jonathan - Village Club At Sands Point - By Lindsay Madden Photography

Dara & Jonathan – Village Club At Sands Point – By Lindsay Madden Photography

 

Courtney & Quinton: Long, white taper candles cast a warm, graceful glow by complimenting a dreamy white flower and greenery tablescape.

Courtney and Quinton - The Bowery Hotel -Photography by Chad Cruz

Courtney and Quinton – The Bowery Hotel – Photography by Chad Cruz

 

Anna & Matthew: High centerpieces blossoming with white and lavender roses, hydrangea, and cascading orchids exude opulence and refinement.

Anna & Matthew Wedding - Reception - High Centerpieces - Pierre Hotel NYC - by Brett Matthews

Anna & Matthew Wedding – Reception – High Centerpieces – Pierre Hotel NYC – by Brett Matthews

 

Amanda & Thomas: The classic bride doesn’t have to be confined to traditional, compact arrangements and a palette of whites and neutrals. Full of texture and volume, a centerpiece featuring blush hued roses, hydrangea, and cascading orchids complemented by tall cherry blossom branches is breathtaking.

Amanda & Thomas - Essex House - Photo by Kelly Guenther

Amanda & Thomas – Essex House – Photo by Kelly Guenther

 

Lindsay & Aaron: Add color to your tablescape with tall blooming arrangements of deep purple and pink illuminated by candlelight.

Lindsay & Aaron - Purple and Lavender Hydrangea High Centerpiece - Castle on the Hudson - by Agaton Strum (7)

Lindsay & Aaron – Purple and Lavender Hydrangea High Centerpiece – Castle on the Hudson – by Agaton Strum (7)

 

Lindsay & Billy: And let’s not forget about the cake! A beautiful white wedding cake with piping in a lace design and floral topper looks absolutely lovely and will have everyone talking at your reception.

Lindsay & Billy - Cake by Ron Ben-Israel - JWM Essex House - Charlie Juliet Photography

Lindsay & Billy – Cake by Ron Ben-Israel – JWM Essex House – Charlie Juliet Photography

 

We love when a bride adds a personal touch to a traditional wedding style. Just because you consider yourself “classic” doesn’t mean you are narrowed to all white décor, roses, and a ball gown. It is perfectly fine if you want any or all of these details in your wedding though, because they ARE beautiful! But there are many ways to plan for a classic wedding so that dress, accessories, décor, and flowers are a true expression of your love.

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June 30, 2017

Popular Wedding Bouquet Styles for Every Bride

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When it comes to choosing your wedding flowers, the most important feature is the bouquet. The blooms a bride carries down the aisle make a statement – they are an expression of her personality, style, and the love she is feeling on her wedding day.

 

Jacqueline & Gary - Bridal Bouquet - Trump Soho - Casey Fatchett Photography

Jacqueline & Gary – Bridal Bouquet – Trump Soho – Casey Fatchett Photography

 

We love working with our clients, helping them to find the bridal blooms that are perfect for them. There are actually various types of wedding bouquets to choose from, each with a unique shape and floral arrangement. There are no rules, but some factors to consider are the style of your gown and type of ceremony you are planning.

To inspire the modern bride, we gathered examples from our #RealBBWeddings to show beautiful interpretations of the most fashionable types of bouquets.

 

Round: The round bouquet is perfect for the bride who considers Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, and Jackie Onassis as her fashion icons. It is the most traditionally classic in style and made with flowers that have been shaped into a perfect sphere and tied together tightly, usually with ribbon. Favored for formal, indoor ceremonies, they are often monochromatic, showcasing one type of flower such as roses. Planning an outdoor ceremony? Complement the roses with calla lilies, peonies, and a few sprigs of greenery for a garden-inspired feel.

 

Hand-Tied: A freer version of the round, the hand-tied bouquet can be fashioned to fit just about any bridal style, from classic to romantic to bohemian. It presents a dense arrangement of flowers and greenery that have been tied together with ribbon or twine. An elegant version brings together blush and ivory roses and ranunculus with just a hint of greenery. Make a stunning impression by complementing roses with anemones, pods, and eucalyptus. A colorful bounty of roses, orchids, and ranunculus with lush greenery evokes boho chic.

 

Cascade: Making a dramatic statement, the cascade bouquet is marked by a “waterfall” of flowers that drape down in front of the arrangement. This style is a real showstopper and pairs best with a simple and elegant gown. A teardrop shaped bouquet of roses set off with cascading Phalaenopsis orchids radiates sophisticated opulence. An arrangement of white roses and rancunculus accented with lush, flowing greenery looks breathtaking with a satin dress.

 

Posy: Essentially a smaller version of the round, the posy bouquet is a great choice if you want to keep things simple. Because of its size, this style is suitable for a petite bride and bridesmaids. A blend of pink and ivory roses radiates sweet romance. A combination of roses, peonies, and sweet peas looks lovely and vibrant. An all-white rose bouquet stuns against a regal blue bridesmaids gown.

 

Nosegay: The nosegay bouquet has been around since medieval times when flowers were used to perfume the air from offensive smells. Very similar to the posy, it is a smaller bouquet featuring a compact cluster of flowers that is usually carried by members of the bridal party. A coral and pink myriad of roses, peonies, ranunculus with verdant greenery is a dazzling spectacle for the eye. Soft pink and peach roses complemented by dusty miller looks like a garden daydream. For a charmingly romantic look, arrange red and pink roses with accents of olive leaf.

 

As you can see, there are no limits to the expressive beauty of the bridal bouquet. We hope you enjoyed looking at some of our favorite bouquets from the Real B&B Weddings archives. With these examples in mind, you’ll surely find the right bouquet for you!

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June 20, 2017

Wedding Inspiration for the Romantic Bride

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Your wedding is the day when you get to live out your very own fairy tale. As the bride, you are the belle of the ball. And bridal details such as the dress, hair and makeup, jewelry, and flowers are very important to making you look and feel your most beautiful.

Bride and Blossom loves nothing more than working with our clients to make their fairy-tale dreams come true. From attire to décor, here are wedding ideas to inspire the romantic bride.

 


 

Wedding arches are a décor focal point where a bride can express her style and personality. Create a mood of pure enchantment by exchanging vows under an arch made of white birch branches embellished with gorgeous purple roses, white peonies, antique hydrangea, and bloom filled hanging terrariums.

Ceremony - Amanda & Donald - The Liberty Warehouse - Photography by South Eleventh

Ceremony – Amanda & Donald – The Liberty Warehouse – Photography by South Eleventh

 

Not all us envision a fairy-tale wedding with ball gowns and tiaras. Evoking a sense of relaxed romanticism, this look highlighted with a low side swept ponytail and elongated hand-tied bouquet speaks to the bride who wants to feel pretty, but also at ease on her wedding day.

Alison and Sean - Bridal Bouquet - Old Field Club - Photo by Paul Francis Photography

Alison and Sean – Bridal Bouquet – Old Field Club – Photo by Paul Francis Photography

 

We always admire a bride who isn’t afraid to put a spin on tradition. How adorable is this photo of a bride sharing a sneak peek of her “Something Blue” shoes with her new husband as he holds the wedding bouquet?

Andrea & John wedding - Bridal Bouquet - Blue Wedding Shoes - The Liberty Warehouse Brooklyn - Photo by Popography

Andrea & John Wedding – Bridal Bouquet – Blue Wedding Shoes – The Liberty Warehouse Brooklyn – Photo by Popography

 

There are so many ways to channel a romantic style when it comes to wedding attire. We adore the soft, feminine impression of this gown with a corseted top and frothy tulle skirt.

Cammie & Peter Wedding - Bridal Bouquet - Brooklyn Botanic Gardens - Photo by Nicki Sebastian Photography

Cammie & Peter Wedding – Bridal Bouquet – Brooklyn Botanic Gardens – Photo by Nicki Sebastian Photography

 

Create an atmosphere of a secret garden for your guests to get lost in during the reception. Blossoming centerpieces made of pink garden roses, lush white flowers, greenery, and branches with hanging terrariums look whimsical, yet elegant.

Christina & Damon - High Centerpiece - Book Themed Centerpiece - Windows on the Water - Stephen Govel Photography

Christina & Damon – High Centerpiece – Book Themed Centerpiece – Windows on the Water – Stephen Govel Photography

 

Candles bestow a romantic air to any tablescape. Illuminate a luxuriant low centerpiece arrangement composed of pink roses, blush peonies, and cream hydrangea with elegant glass votive candles.

Deborah & Geraldo - Low Centerpiece - Floating Stemmed Candles - Pearl River Hilton -by Cole and Kiera Photography

Deborah & Geraldo – Low Centerpiece – Floating Stemmed Candles – Pearl River Hilton – by Cole and Kiera Photography

 

A floral chandelier takes wedding décor to a whole new level. This design made with suspended blooms of white hydrangea, cream vendela roses and cascading dendrobium orchids is breathtaking and completely transforms the room into a breathtaking dreamscape.

Ina & Kevin Wedding - Hanging Floral Chandelier - The Park Hyatt NYC - Christian Oth Studio

Ina & Kevin Wedding – Hanging Floral Chandelier – The Park Hyatt NYC – Christian Oth Studio

 

The flowing hairstyle and exquisite embellishments of this bridal style brings to mind Pre-Raphaelite beauty. The look is completed with a hand-tied bouquet fashioned with a medley of blooms, including white dahlias, cream garden roses, ranunculus, purple amnesia roses, and pale lavender earl grey roses.

Jenna & Matthew - Bridal Bouquet - Jewish Heritage Museum - Cody Raisig Photography

Jenna & Matthew – Bridal Bouquet – Jewish Heritage Museum – Cody Raisig Photography

 

A dash of gold will add romance to just about any décor. We are obsessed with the contrast of this table setting, which showcases low centerpieces of vibrant pink garden roses, white hydrangea, and greenery with tall golden candelabras.

Shelby and Jonathan - Low Centerpieces - Gold Candelabras - Hydrangea Arrangements - Bryant Park Grill - Photography by Craig Warga Photography

Shelby and Jonathan – Low Centerpieces – Gold Candelabras – Hydrangea Arrangements – Bryant Park Grill – Photography by Craig Warga Photography

 

The beach provides the perfect scenery for the bride who wants a wedding with a naturally romantic vibe. Accessories first, and nothing looks more lovely than a delicate floral crown. Standing in front of a breathtaking ocean backdrop, say “I Do” under a wedding arch of white birch trunks adorned with blooms of cream hydrangea, dahlias, white and blush roses, and cascading greenery.

Shelley and Safa - Floral Arch - Ceremony - Gurneys Montauk Resort - Flora and Fauna Photography

Shelley and Safa – Floral Arch – Ceremony – Gurneys Montauk Resort – Flora and Fauna Photography

 

As you can see, there are numerous approaches to designing a wedding that radiates romance and style. We hope these ideas help the romantic bride plan the ceremony and reception she has always dreamed of.

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June 7, 2017

6 Custom Wedding Art Ideas

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The love and excitement you feel on your wedding day is like never before. You are about to start a new life with the person you care about most, surrounded by family and friends. This is a moment you’ll want to cherish and revisit for years to come. Capture the day in a personal way with a one-of-a-kind piece of art. Here are 6 inspiring custom wedding art ideas.

Portrait of a DressArtist Kristina Bailey was asked by a friend to paint his bride’s wedding dress as an anniversary gift. This sparked the idea to make portraits of wedding dresses, capturing the exquisite details and sumptuous fabrics. You absolutely loved your wedding dress. It was pretty enough for a painting! With Portrait of a Dress, you can go back to that day, and evoke the beauty and ease you felt wearing your gown whenever you want!

 

Kristina Bailey - Portrait of a Dress - via Portrait of a Dress.com

Kristina Bailey – Portrait of a Dress – via Portrait of a Dress.com

 

Wedding PortraitYou’ve finally received your wedding photos. Clicking through each image, you are immediately brought back to the happiest day of your life so far. You love them all, but there’s a particular photo of you and the hubs that makes your heart sing every time you look at it. Artist Jessica Marie Peddicord will take your favorite wedding photo and render it as a custom watercolor illustration. Beautifully depicted, Lisa Marie’s wedding portraits are sincere reflections of a couple’s personality and sentiment.

 

Custom Watercolor Wedding Portrait Painting - Wedding Portrait - The Wedding Shop - via Simply Jessica Marie.com

Custom Watercolor Wedding Portrait Painting – Wedding Portrait – The Wedding Shop – via Simply Jessica Marie.com

 

Wedding Bouquet PaintingThe flowers a bride chooses to carry down the aisle are an expression of her individuality and style. Bridal blooms are important and meaningful – we are not just saying this because we are in the business. Just ask Megan Carty, a Boston-based artist who makes bespoke paintings inspired by wedding bouquets. We love Megan’s expressive, fluid style and how her depictions reveal a blossom’s inner essence. Stimulating treasured memories from a special day, these vibrant images are wonderful enhancements to home décor.

 

Custom Wedding Bouquet Paintings by Megan Carty - via Megan Carty Art.com

Custom Wedding Bouquet Paintings by Megan Carty – via Megan Carty Art.com

 

Retro Wedding Art PrintChicago based artist Alexander Doll makes retro-inspired fine art prints commemorating your wedding day. His Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Wedding Collection brings to mind vintage liquor advertisements and movie posters. Couples can pick from an array of custom options like location, hair color, design color, and text to create a work of art that is modern, chic, and looks great anywhere in the home.

 

Retro Wedding Art Paint - Mr. and Mrs. Alexander - Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Catalog - via Custom Alexander.com

Retro Wedding Art Paint – Mr. and Mrs. Alexander – Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Catalog – via Custom Alexander.com

 

Intersection of Love PrintYour love story is still unfolding. But right now, the most important moments are when you first met and your wedding day. Memorialize these special dates in a pop art print by Portland based artist Patricia Carlin. The names of you and your honey intersect on street signs against a vibrant hued background. Printed on canvas, Patricia’s personalized works of art are available in a variety of fun, dazzling colors.

 

Intersection of Love - Pop Color Canvas - Created By Patricia Carlin - via Uncommon Goods.com

Intersection of Love – Pop Color Canvas – Created By Patricia Carlin – via Uncommon Goods.com

 

Map of Our Hearts ArtYou and your sweetie are from very different parts of the world. And to this day, you still can’t believe your paths crossed! Artist Melissa Schwall makes charming personalized map art that proves when it comes to love, distance is no matter. Cutting out half-hearts from vintage and modern maps of the each partner’s place of origin, Melissa constructs a heart-shaped world symbolizing a couple’s union. Just add your names and wedding date to create a touching, one-of-a-kind artwork.

 

Map of Our Hearts - Created by Melissa Schwall - via Uncommon Goods.com

Map of Our Hearts – Created by Melissa Schwall – via Uncommon Goods.com

 

We hope that these ideas inspire you to take what you loved most about your wedding and turn it in to a unique work of art.

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May 24, 2017

6 Signature Cocktails Perfect For A Summer Wedding

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After months of planning, you are taking care of the final details for your summer wedding. Admittedly, you’re tired, but still have to pin down the drink menu. Now is not the time to skimp though. Having a refreshing signature cocktail for guests to sip on is especially important during the hottest season of the year. When choosing a custom libation, first consider which type of alcohol and flavors you and your husband-to-be like best. And to add a special personal touch to your drink, we suggest matching it with your wedding colors!

 

Oregon Summer Camp Wedding - Leslie and Christopher - Floral Cocktails - via 100 Layer Cake.com

Oregon Summer Camp Wedding – Leslie and Christopher – Floral Cocktails – via 100 Layer Cake.com

 

For the bride in need of inspiration, here are five signature cocktails to serve at your summer wedding.

Coconut Margarita: We can’t think of another more appropriate drink for a beachside reception than the coconut margarita. Crisp and delicious, this version calls for coconut milk, tequila, triple sec, coconut water, and fresh lime wedges as garnish. The drink’s creamy hue and green accent are a perfect complement to a summer white wedding. Get the complete Coconut Margarita recipe here.

 

 

Limoncello Prosecco Cocktail Float: This simple, seasonal drink calls for just two ingredients – limoncello and Prosecco, the Italian sparkling wine that is most welcome once the temps start to rise. Adding to the celebrations, the cocktail’s cheerful hue looks lovely with a wedding color combo of yellow, green, and shimmering gray. Get the complete Limoncello Prosecco Cocktail Float recipe here.

 

 

Paloma Italiana: Grapefruit is a thirst-quenching flavor that looks gorgeous in a cocktail. And the orange-citrusy color pairs beautifully with a peach-based wedding palette. A flavorful twist on the classic Mexican beverage, the Paloma Italiana mixes tequila, Campari citrus juices, agave nectar, and a grapefruit twist for garnish. Click here for the complete Paloma Italiana recipe.

 

 

The Wild Berry Smash: Berry season peaks between mid-June and early July. If your wedding falls on these dates, take advantage of summer’s favorite fruit such as strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries by incorporating them into your signature cocktail. To make the Wild Berry Smash, you’ll need berries, lemon, and Belvedere Wild Berry Vodka. This drink not only tastes incredible, but is also a festive expression of summer’s natural beauty. Get the complete Wild Berry Smash recipe here.

 

 

Pink Fizz: Shades of vibrant pink and coral are perfect for the bride who wants to evoke a light and whimsical atmosphere on her wedding day. Capture the joyous mood with the Pink Fizz, a cool cocktail made with vodka, simple syrup, crushed ice, champagne, and mint leaves as a garnish. Complete your wedding décor with accents of gold and green. Click here for the complete Pink Fizz recipe.

 

 

Lavender Lemonade Mojito: Lavender is a fragrant herb that adds wonderful flavor to food and drink recipes. And it’s the key ingredient for the lavender lemonade mojito, a great cocktail to match wedding décor rich with romantic purple tones. What makes this drink so unique is the pleasant pairing of herbal and citrus flavors. The ingredient list includes freshly squeezed lemon juice, mint, water, light rum, and lavender simple syrup. Get the complete Lavender Lemonade Mojito recipe here.

 

 

You never thought you’d see the day when all the ideas for your dream wedding would finally come together. Choosing your signature cocktail shouldn’t be hard now. For inspiration, just let your wedding colors and the effervescent mood of summer be your guide.

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