3 Batch Cocktails That Fit Your Wedding Budget

Think that cocktails are going to make you go broke at your wedding? Think again!

Here are three batch cocktails that will be a delicious addition to your reception.  First Kiss is whiskey-based with a good whiskey by Maker’s Mark. Happily Ever After is vodka-based with some Prosecco to give it a bit of fizz. Whiskey Sour is a tried and true cocktail that people are familiar with so if your guests aren’t into your other themed drinks this is the safe bet. You can make up large batches ahead of time to serve over ice, or have your bartender make them up at the bar. A big thank you to BevMo Thirsty Times and A Practical Wedding for the recipes! We think you and your guests will agree these are totally yummy!

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Each batch makes 40-60 cocktails.

FIRST KISS
(2) 750ml bottles Makers Mark
(1) 750ml bottle DeKuyper Triple Sec
1 gallon of Simply Lemonade
1 quart Simply Orange Juice
1 heaping bar spoon of orange marmalade

Mix all ingredients together and dissolve the Marmalade completely.
Stir well before each serving. Pour over ice in a highball glass.
Garnish with orange slice and maraschino cherry. Makes about 60 (4oz) cocktails.

HAPPILY EVER AFTER
1.75ml (59.2 oz) Pinnacle Vodka
1 large can (46oz) Dole Pineapple Juice
1 quart Cranberry Juice
1 bottle Prosecco
Garnish: pineapple slices

Add vodka, pineapple juice and cranberry juice to a decanter or punch bowl. Stir gently. Top with Prosecco. Serve over ice. Garnish with a pineapple wedge (optional) Makes about 40 (4oz) cocktails.

Source BevMo Thirsty Times

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WHISKY SOUR

2 oz whiskey
1 oz sour mix (see below)
.5 oz simple syrup

WHISKY SOUR RATIO

4 parts whisky, 2 parts sour mix, 1 part simple syrup

FOR 100 COCKTAILS, YOU NEED

200 oz whiskey
100 oz sour mix
50 oz simple syrup

You may need to do some math at the store when you are buying your booze. Unfortunately, some spirits are sold in ounces, others in liters, others in quarts, pints, or gallons.

Source A Practical Wedding

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