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A Signature Drink Deserves A Signature Favor!

Creating your very own signature cocktail is an excellent way to personalize the reception and save money on the bar tab versus having a fully stocked bar. Guests will appreciate the creativity and the opportunity to enjoy a different beverage chosen or created by the bride and groom. But, don’t let your designing ways stop at the bar. Add a signature favor to the mix! Created by you, these do-it-yourself favors will be the perfect complement to your one-of-a-kind celebration. Whether you decide to keep the recipes the same or add your special touch, here are a few favor-and-cocktail combos that we think work well together.  Find the ingredients for your cocktail favors at 123wrapper.com






What You Need

  • 1 oz. citrus vodka

  • 1 oz. pineapple juice

  • 1/2 oz. Chambord

  • Lime wedge, for garnish


  • How to Make It

  • Shake vodka, pineapple juice, and Chambord well with ice in a shaker.

  • Strain into a chilled martini glass.

  • Garnish with lime wedge.


  • Blog by Kate Aspen.

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