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The Blushing Bride Cocktail Recipe

The Blushing Bride Cocktail Recipe

This sweet, petal pink cocktail is perfect for bridal showers.


  • 1 bottle sparkling wine preferably Champagne, cava, or prosecco
  • 5 ounces peach schnapps
  • 1 ounce grenadine, to make the cocktail blush
  • Fresh raspberries, for garnish


Combine all ingredients in a pitcher and then serve in several Champagne flutes. Garnish with raspberries.

Blushing Bride Cocktail Ideas: 10 Variations to Choose From!

The Blushing Bride cocktail has long been a favorite to serve at bridal showers, bachelorette parties, or as a “hers” signature drink at weddings. But did you know there are quite a number of mixes and presentations you can consider? To be honest, we didn’t! What a pleasant surprise, then, to discover these 10 totally stylish variations to this demure-looking concoction that actually packs a sweet little kick. See which drink catches your fancy!

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The Blushing Bride has many iterations. I've seen it made with everything from grenadine to raspberry puree. But I prefer the classic because it has only three ingredients.

I find that the simplicity of the recipe makes it easier to make large batches, which makes this a good drink to serve at weddings, bridal showers, engagement parties and the like. A good-quality, complex cocktail with multiple liqueurs can be lovely too, but sometimes, you just want a libation that can be multiplied to serve 50 people without taking out a home loan to cover the cost.

4oz of Champagne/Prosecco/Pink Champagne

Pour the Schnapps and grenadine into the bottom of a champagne flute. Pour chilled champagne into the glass.

If you're feeling fancy, you can curl a piece of peach or peach skin into the flute. Some women like to sugar the rim with pink sugar, I think that's unnecessary, but to each, her own.


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7 Signature Cocktail Recipes We Love

Signature cocktails are a unique touch that will elevate the guest experience for your wedding . If you are looking to highlight a signature cocktail for your cocktail hour or reception, we’ve pulled together a few of our favorite recipes. And if you’re still in self-isolation, having an in-home mixology night is a fun way to plan for your big day. So grab a few mixers and liquors and get ready for a night full of boozy concoctions!

Signature Cocktail Drinks are A Great Addition to any Bar for a WEdding

Considerations for Choosing a Signature Cocktail

While signature cocktails are a guest favorite, there are a few things to keep in mind before choosing a love elixir for your wedding day:

  • Simplicity: keeping your signature cocktail simple is a surefire way to expedite the amount of time guests will spend waiting at your venue’s bar. The fewer the ingredients, the better - and cocktails that can be made in big batches are ideal.
  • Color: dark cocktails (think: red wine sangria) can be a bride or bridesmaid’s worst nightmare. If you are concerned about potential stains, avoid dark cocktails and stick to drinks that involve clear or light ingredients like vodka, champagne, or white rum.
  • Non-Alcoholic Options: if you plan on having underage guests or guests that do not drink alcohol, consider featuring a signature cocktail that can also be made without alcohol. This will ensure that every guest will be able to enjoy your signature concoction.

Blended Cocktails are ideal for Summer Weddings

1. Citrus Prosecco Punch

Combining a bubbly Italian Prosecco with a fresh citrus sorbet makes for a light, refreshing signature cocktail. This two-ingredient cocktail is both simple to make and pleasing to the palate - perfect for an outdoor summer wedding.

  • 1 part citrus sorbet (orange, lemon, lime)
  • 1 part champagne, prosecco, or club soda
  • Citrus slice for garnish

Why we love it: it’s light, refreshing, and simple to make for large groups.

Signature cocktail name ideas: Paramour Punch, Love Punch

This refreshing cocktail is also simple to make and a perfect blend of citrus and sweet. Rosé lemonade is light and bubbly - which is ideal for warm weather weddings or cooling off between sessions on the dance floor.

  • 1 bottle of rosé wine
  • 3 cups lemonade
  • 1 can club soda
  • Lemon slices for garnish

Why we love it: this light (and light-colored) cocktail isn’t overwhelmingly sweet, so it’s a great option for pleasing a crowd.

Signature cocktail name ideas: Blushing Bride, Kiss from a Rosé

Looking to add a drink that is sweet and smooth - check out the caribbean mist

Still missing something blue for your wedding day? Consider adding a Caribbean Mist as your signature wedding cocktail! This concoction is a gorgeous turquoise with a tropical twist that your guests will surely enjoy.

  • One part mango rum
  • One part pineapple juice
  • One part club soda
  • Splash of Blue Curacao
  • Sugar rim or blueberries for garnish

Why we love it: including a blue signature cocktail is a nontraditional play on the something blue tradition.

Signature cocktail name ideas: Something Blue, Cloud Nine

If you fancy a martini on your wedding day, this elderflower martini from The Knot is the perfect combination of sweet and sophistication. As a bonus, it’s made with all clear liquids - guaranteeing a stain-free cocktail hour!

  • 2 parts vodka
  • 1 part St. Germain elderflower liqueur
  • 3/4 part white cranberry juice
  • 1/2 part lime juice

Why we love it:
This tasty concoction is light in color and refreshing. Plus, the addition of white cranberry juice makes it an ideal cocktail for winter weddings.

Signature cocktail name ideas:
White Wedding, Marry Me Martini, The Cranberry Kiss

A Summer Shandy is a great choice for all taste pallets

The classic summer shandy is a simple combination of lager and lemonade - a perfect cocktail for beer lovers. If you are a beer aficionado, customize this shandy by adding your favorite craft beer.

Why we love it: the addition of lemonade makes a shandy a lighter cocktail to sip on than a traditional beer. Plus, it cuts the alcohol content in half - helping to ensure guests don’t over-indulge during cocktail hour or your reception.

Signature cocktail name ideas: Serendipity Shandy, Sunshine Shandy, I Do Brew

White Wine Sangria is always a sweet Choice

Sangrias are a great option for a signature cocktail as they can be made in large batches to cut down on bar wait times. Switching out red wine for white is a great way to avoid any accidental red spills on your big day.

  • 1 bottle white wine
  • 2 cups ginger ale or club soda
  • 2 ounces brandy (optional)
  • 2/3 cup white sugar
  • For garnish/floating: 3 oranges, 1 lemon, 1 lime (cut into wedges)

Why we love it: sangria is always a crowd-pleaser and this refreshing white wine option is the perfect cocktail for a spring or summer wedding.

Signature cocktail name ideas: Devotion Potion, Main Squeeze

7. Spiked Apple Cider Cocktail

What better way to celebrate an autumn wedding than with a spiked apple cider? This seasonal cocktail adds a bit of spice without being overbearing. And with the addition of lime juice, there is just enough citrus to give it a refreshing kick.

  • 2 parts gin
  • 2 parts apple cider
  • 1 part simple syrup
  • 1 splash lime juice
  • Dash of cinnamon
  • Cinnamon stick for garnish

Why we love it: apple cider sets the mood for an autumn wedding and this iced cocktail is an invigorating take on a classic warm cider.

Signature cocktail name ideas: Falling For You, Apple of My Eye

Are you planning a signature cocktail for your wedding day? Contact our team so we can craft the perfect signature concoction for your big day.

CBD Blushing Bride Recipe

Grenadine is the key ingredient that gives the Blushing Bride its distinctive red color. In fact, mixologists have often turned to this pomegranate-based simple syrup to add some color to their cocktails. A few famous grenadine-infused recipes we’ve listed on our blog include the CBD tequila sunrise and the Shirley Temple.

While it might seem daunting to make grenadine for the first time, it’s one of the simplest simple syrup renditions to make at home. In fact, you could read our full DIY grenadine recipe on this CBD Zombie post.

FYI: if you don’t care for grenadine’s flavor, there’s an easy way to keep your bride blushing without this ingredient. Instead of pouring grenadine, simply add ½ oz of cranberry juice!


  • Pour peach schnapps and grenadine in a pre-chilled champagne flute
  • Add champagne
  • Top with Tribe CBD oil

You could go out of your mind researching all of the Blushing Bride variations on the Internet. Interestingly, there are dozens of Blushing Bride cocktails that aren’t even “blushing” (i.e., they’re not red). Indeed, some bartenders like to get fancy and serve a rainbow-colored variety of this drink to partygoers.

For instance, some people add the Japanese liqueur Midori rather than grenadine to create a bright green drink. If you want to add a little blue to your bridal shower, why not use blue curacao in a few Blushing Brides? You could go crazy experimenting with different liqueurs to change up this drink’s color.

Although the Blushing Bride doesn’t call for a garnish, many bartenders keep a fresh flower on hand for a festive decoration. You could also add a few pomegranate seeds or even a frozen peach wedge to give your cocktails some Instagram glam.

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Asian Pear Sparkler

1 cup freshly pressed Asian pear juice (or regular pear juice)
1 teaspoon lemon juice
3/4 cups honey
1/4 cup sugar
1 (4-inch) sprig fresh rosemary
1 (1-inch) piece fresh ginger, peeled and cut into coins
Small grating of fresh nutmeg
Soda water

Combine pear juice, lemon juice, honey, sugar, rosemary, ginger, and nutmeg in a saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a boil, then simmer on low heat for five minutes, stirring to dissolve the sugars.

Remove from heat and let stand 30 minutes. Strain the syrup through a fine-mesh strainer and discard the solids. Let syrup cool completely.

To serve, fill an eight-ounce glass halfway with ice cubes, add three tablespoons of syrup, fill with soda water, and stir.

The Perfect After-Dinner Martini

With the dinner table becoming the main event at intimate gatherings, especially with restrictions on dancing, offer guests an elevated espresso martini experience. The Nomad Bar’s director Michael Smoley admits that the espresso martini is a “much-maligned cocktail from the age of sickly sweet club cocktails.” But, he said, it can be done right.

“It is transformed from guilty pleasure to a well-balanced and nuanced cocktail,” Smoley says. “It’s a great way to wake everyone up. Our recipe calls for a touch of aged Aquavit—think herbaceous vodka—and a pinch of salt to add depth of flavor. This recipe can easily be scaled up and batched days ahead of an event. Just keep it ice cold and give it a good shake when you’re ready to party."

NoMad Espresso Martini

  • 5 drops saline solution or small pinch of salt
  • 0.25 oz cane syrup or simple syrup
  • 0.50 oz aged Aquavit
  • 0.75 oz cold brew coffee
  • 0.75 oz vodka
  • 1.00 oz Mr. Black cold brew coffee liqueur

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker. Add ice, cover, and shake vigorously. Strain into a coupe glass. To batch: Mix ingredients and keep cold until ready to serve. Give a solid shake before pouring into glasses.

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