Mojito Signature Cocktails for National Mojito Day!

Choose from a variety of delicious mojito cocktails for your wedding in honor of national mojito day! Craving some watermelon in the blazing summer heat? Have a refreshing watermelon mojito to cool you and your guests down. If you’re having a summer wedding on the countryside, sip on a rustic rhubarb mojito that is beautiful and tasty! Want to keep the mojitos coming all night long? Then you need a mojito bar that will make your cocktail dreams come true! If you’re wanting to have some mojito drink options set up a table that displays the types of mojitos available with all the necessary components for people to get their drink on. Switch up with an uncommon but charming self serve mojito bar that is labeled and decorated to perfection! Bring some thai inspiration into your wedding with a blue thai mojito that is absolutely scrumptious. Drink up and have fun with these minty sensations!

Mojito Singature Cocktails

{Photos: Watermelon: Jackie Wonders Photography via GWS, Rhubard: Not Without Salt via Elizabeth Anne Designs, Mojito Bar:  I Heart Weddings via Polka Dot Bride, Mojito Table: Elaine Palladino Photography via Southern Weddings, Mojito Self Serve: M Three Studio via MSW, Blue Thai Mojito: Angie Norwood Browne Photography via Style at Home}

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Drinkable Wedding Favors

A good rule of thumb is that you can’t go wrong with an edible or drink wedding favor – especially at a destination wedding when guests don’t want to travel home with an extra trinket!  So if you want to keep the party going at the end of the night, consider these fun, festive, and even location-specific drinkable wedding favors!

drinkable wedding favors

{Photos: Top Left: Closer, Right: via SMP, Second Row Left: Jose Villa via Brides, Right: Angie Silvy via Brides, Third Row Left: Glass Jar Photography via SMP, Right: via Burnetts Boards, Bottom Left: Aaron Delesie via Bridal Guide, Right: Leslee Mitchell}

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Wedding Cakes Around the World

We do things a little different here in the states, not every country serves up a swanky three tiered wedding cake.  Some (like Italians) make the cake in front of the guests during the reception, while others (like the French) serve up pastries stacked to make a cake.  Here are a few wedding cakes from around the world to inspire your sweet side on the big day!

european wedding cakes

{Photos: Top Left: Kate Headley via Brides, Right: Lola Photography, Middle Left: OMG Cute Things, Right: Samantha Scott Events, Bottom Left: Frosted Petticoat, Right: via Wedding Chicks}

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Mexican Themed Wedding Cakes

We love the look of a festive fiesta wedding cake with a nod to the bright, beautiful colors and culture of Mexico!  If you’re hosting a destination wedding in Cancun, Cabo, on even in the states on Cinco de Mayo, then consider some of these bright ideas for your big day dessert!

mexican wedding cakes

{Photos: Top Left: Brides, Right: NBarrett Photography via The Knot, Middle Left: LVL Events, Right: Joielala Photography via Wedding Chicks, Bottom Left: Embrace Life Photography via Polka Dot Bride, Right: Events by Social Graces}

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Wedding Cocktails to Kick Off the Party

To get the party started at your destination wedding, you might consider serving up a cocktail or mocktail before the ceremony begins.  If you’re outdoors, chances are the heat will be kicking so give your guests a refreshing way to celebrate and start the event!  Tiny tequila bottles, mini bottles of bubbly, even sparkling water to serve the non-drinkers will be much appreciated and give your loved ones an idea of how much love and attention you’ll be showering them with over the next several hours at the event.

wedding cocktails

{Photos: Shots: Huffington Post, Champagne Bottles: Etsy, Coke Bottles + Patron Bottles: The Knot, Lavender: Bridal Musings, Champagne: ThreadSense,  Nautical: Jessica Lorren}

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