Cocktail versus Mocktails

Planning a wedding can be stressful. So many elements go into this day, and one is the question, is it OK not to have alcohol? Is it OK to have a cash bar? The average reception is four hours. The rule of thumb is one drink per guest per hour. This can add to a costly tab, especially with extensive guest attendance. As a consultant, I say do not let this be a priority of concern. I have said, “ It’s Your Day and Your Way,” and I’m confident whichever one you choose, “ Mocktails or Cocktails, “ your guests will have an enjoyable event. 


To keep a friendly budget, having a signature drink, wine and beer, and a festive punch is a great alternative and satisfies your guests. 


Creating your signature cocktail drink and a collection of elegant mocktails makes for a stunning presentation.


Having a cash bar and providing beer and wine for your guests is also an attractive choice.


Thanking your guests for attending this wonderful celebration, with great food, joy, and laughter, it’s such a grand gesture. And now everyone can join in and make a toss to the happy couple! Let’s all “ Eat, Drink and Be Merry ” 


This makes for a momentous occasion. And these suggestions will keep them happy and insurance that everybody returns to their loved ones safely.

Here are a few Mocktail suggestions🥂

Cocktail-Mocktail for your enjoyment. Any Mixologist can create🥂

  • Frozen blackberry smoothie.
  • Virgin Mojito
  • Non-Alcoholic Mimosa
  • Blackberry Thyme Sparkler
  • Fig Honey Thyme Prosecco Smash
  • Orange and Rosemary Champagne Cocktail
  • Winter Citrus Sangria
  • Sparkling Pomegranate Punch
  • Cotton Candy Clouds
  • Plum Prosecco Smash
  • Honey Roasted Pear Sparkling Cocktail
  • Mocktail Margarita
  • Apricot Coconut Prosecco Punch
  • Pineapple & Ginger Punch
  • Apple & Rhubarb Cooler
  • Cranberry Blissmas Sangria