Four Winter Cocktails to Warm Up Your GuestsDecember 26, 2018
Four Winter Drinks to Warm Up Your Guests
What more do we love than delicious seasonal beverages? As cooler weather carries us through until at least March, consider switching up your bar menu with some seasonal drinks to keep your guests warm during your reception or even the rehearsal dinner for your Destin beachfront wedding. Check out our four winter drinks to warm up your guests below, and let us know your favorites!
- A¬†hot toddy is a wintertime favorite, but bring your own seasonal twist by adding pear cider, lemon juice, and maple syrup to the spiced rum concoction. Your guests are sure to be begging for the recipe in no time!
- Create your own¬†hot chocolate bar to let your guests customize this favorite beverage their own way for your Destin beachfront wedding. All you need is warm milk or water, a chocolate-dipped spoon, festive mugs, and a few toppings and add-ins. For the adults, they certainly won’t mind if you leave a little liqueur to sweeten the deal.
- Set up a multi-drink station with¬†hot chocolate, tea, coffee, and even cider to keep your guests warm all night long. Copper or stainless steel drink dispensers are some of the best ways to keep your beverages warm, so consider housing your drinks in one of these stylish appliances.
- Mulled wine is another seasonal favorite that your guests won’t say no to sipping on while they dance the night away. Prepare your mulled wine ahead of time in a couple of crockpots to satiate any size wedding party. Need a recipe? Check out one of our favorite ways to prepare mulled wine here!
It isn’t too late to start planning your 2019 wedding at the Destin Bay House! We offer a variety of options to fit everyone’s plans, from pricing by month to special packages for just the two of you. Contact us today for more information on how we can bring your dream wedding to life!
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