One important thing not to miss about planning your wedding menu is drinks. With so much wedding planning to do, there will be a possibility that you might forget about this or maybe you left this task on your caterer. But we suggest you take a time out of other wedding planning activities and think about the drinks you want to have served at your wedding venue. Drinks are likely to serve as welcome drinks for your guests, with and after the meal. Your big day should represent you in every possible way so don’t miss this minor detail. Here we are going to talk about the types of drinks that should be a part of your wedding menu.
One of the ways to add an amusement factor for your wedding guest is to have a juice bar; serving fresh juices made on the spot. The aesthetic display of the juice bar can leave an enduring impact on your wedding guests. There are so many different flavors of juices that you can serve at your wedding. You can serve juices as a welcome drink; these days you can see mint margarita being served on so many weddings. We recommend you to go for distinct mocktails like Pina colada, fruit punch, lime and watermelon juice etc. for an extraordinary happening.
You can find so many options available in the market for having carbonated soft drinks at your wedding. Soft drinks are usually preferred to serve with the meal. If you want to have something different then the market, talk to your caterer about specially made drinks- Strawberry Ginger ale is one example that you can choose to replace the commonly served soft drinks. All you need ginger, lemon peel, cane sugar, strawberries and soda to make this stunning drink. You need to discuss this with your caterer or wedding chef during the wedding menu planning.
Our traditional Kashmiri Chai has been reigning over the wedding hot beverage menu for ages now. When it comes to selecting the hot beverages, no doubt Kashmiri chai is the number one choice of every bride. If you are planning to organize an exquisite festive occasion, then we recommend you to go for something other than Kashmiri Chai. We love the idea of classic hot chocolate served with marshmallows in winter wedding at the end of the meal. It can also serve as a dessert. For your summer weddings, you can serve an aromatic masala chai with sugar cubes to beautify it.
Your wedding guests will expressly get excited when they find out the different types of drinks at your wedding. These drinks will also create an artistic display at your wedding venue.