We’re used to seeing signature cocktails at weddings. How about creating your own signature wedding punch? Food52’s Kenzi Wilbur lays out the surprisingly simple secret to making a great punch — combine ingredients in the following ratio:
2 parts booze : 2 parts wine : 2 parts juice (optional) : 1/2 to 1 part sweet
Create a punch based on your favorite flavors. Or the season. Local favorites. Venue. Wedding colors.
More details at Food52. Go on, get mixing!
Or see this Vintage Champagne Wedding Punch Recipe.
(Photo: Bowle Steinhude 2009 by Politikaner via Wikimedia Commons)
Summer Bliss Wedding Punch. Source: Huppahs.com. (Photographer: Jason Weil)
This week, Bridal Guide published a great list of 5 budget-friendly alternatives to an open bar
. The options involve finding inspired ways to narrow down the types of alcohol you serve at your wedding so that you can avoid the cost of stocking a full bar. Examples: Team up with a local microbrewery or serve a signature cocktail.
Here’s another option along those same lines: a wedding punch. A wedding punch isn’t just for a vintage wedding with white gloves and hats; you can also find great modern options for contemporary tastes.
Some of our favorite wedding punch recipes:
Any other suggestions? Please share in the Comment section!