In the fairytale season of “I do’s”, brides and loved ones scramble to plan countless details.
Amidst the planning, a trendy drink menu could easily slip between the ring fingers! Wherever your bouquet may land or garter slides, we have the quintessential drink guide for every bride.
The Bottles & Corks Bride Guide is a blog series that features 4 of the hottest wedding styles, and the best beverages worthy of one of the most memorable days of your lives!
BOHO FESTIVAL | COUNTRY CHIC | GLAM AND GLITTER | CLASSIC VINTAGE
Which one are you ?
This bride has an old soul who loves a romantic story behind everything, from wedding decor to classy sips. These drinks should have you feeling some type of Great Gatsby nostalgia with the same roaring fun of the truly timeless era.
A gin punch will never fail the vintage bride, especially if you use original classics like Grand Marnier and Tanqueray London Dry. It’s a double whammy for your theme card, not to mention the light, summery, citrus taste.
Fresh lemon juice, Grand Marnier, Tanqueray, seltzer.
This classy cocktail will transport your guests to 1940’s Manhattan Bowery real quick! The mixed metal hardware on the Basil Hayden’s Bourbon is a great touch to your table decor too.
Basil Hayden Bourbon, Martini and Rossi Sweet Vermouth, bitters in rocks glass over ice, and garnish with cherry.
Class upon class, you won’t fail to deliver a vintage french-euro theme with this Pinot Noir from France. It’s lively, well-balanced, and has aromas of strawberries, cherries, and blackcurrants.
Celebrate and clink the night away with this smooth-finishing almond, vanilla chardonnay.
Authenticity at its finest, the St. Germain Elderflower liqueur is freshly hand-picked elderflower blossoms created in the artisanal French manner.
Mix your St. Germain Elderflower liqueur with Finger Lakes’ Glenora Brut
Your timeless love story has been written, and your vintage-dream wedding will be one for the books.
Destiny Haag-Rampersad is a plant obsessed, poetry lover, abstract art seeker, and dancer at heart. Travel and marketing photography is her new, creative outlet and she can’t get enough of it. Living in the Finger Lakes region has been perfect for her to explore and capture its true beauty.