Place 1-2 scoops of store-bought sorbet of your choice
Haagen-Dazs’ strawberry, raspberry and peach are all great.
Fill glass with Prosecco or other sparkling wine; 7 Up also works.
Add 3 or so raspberries or other pretty fruit. Serve. Coco Loco Cocktail 1/2 oz Amaretto 1 1/2 oz light rum 1 oz Cream of Coconut 1 tsp grenadine dashes of milk 1/2 oz unsweetened pineapple juice Combine all ingredients in a blender with 1/2 cup ice until smooth.
Serve in a hollowed out green coconut (or wine glass).
Ingredients 1½ oz. Bacardi White Rum¼ oz. Cointreau (orange liqueur)Splash of lime juice2½ oz.
sparkling pomegranate juice, colored sugar (for rim) Directions Dip rim of glass in water, then in colored sugar. Combine rum, liqueur and juices with ice in the glass, and stir.
A trend that’s becoming very popular is having a Signature Wedding Cocktail.
Doing this limits the bar tab considerably. The liquor inventory needed is minimal and it could create a fun theme for the reception. Serving a special signature drink can also give your guests an icebreaker conversation starter.
Here are some additional Signature Cocktail Suggestions: