What are your wedding colors? Orange can be a tricky one, but you can pull it off with these orange cocktail recipes everyone will love!
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Orange Cocktail Recipes
Not many people pull off the color orange in their wedding. Mostly because orange can have so many different shades. However, if you are pulling off orange in your wedding, you may want to check out these orange cocktail recipes!Various Orange Cocktail Recipes
Finding that perfect cocktail for your special day can be challenging. So, we have taken all the work out for you. Check out all these various orange cocktail recipes you can try!
4-Ingredient Orange Julius Cocktail (Gluten-Free, Vegan)
If you are looking for something simple and sweet, this 4-ingredient Orange Julius Cocktail is just that. However the only orange part is the orange slice on top.
Blood Orange Margarita
If you are going for a darker orange, this Blood Orange Margarita might set the seen. And, who doesn’t like a margarita.
Orange Vesper Martini Recipe
Perfect for a toast and a sip, This Orange Vesper Martini is a French aperitif made from bordeaux grapes. This golden cocktail has citrus, honey, and pin flavor.
Blood Orange Mezcal Negroni
This Blood Orange Mezcal Negroni is almost a reddish orange tint. So, it would work well with a darker orange color scheme, or to tie in accent colors.
Orange Grapefruit Margarita Recipe
If you have light orange or almost a peachy color, the Orange Grapefruit Margarita is sure to impress. You could even enjoy this without alcohol for a virgin margarita.
The Earl of Orange - A Bourbon Cocktail
I have seen a lot of families who love their bourbon. If this is your family, you may want to try the Earl of Orange for a toast you will never forget!
The Blood and Bourbon
Another Bourbon loving cocktail is the Blood Orange Bourbon Cocktail. But, don’t let the Bourbon fool you; this cocktail looks like your on the beach of the mediterranean.
Grilled Tangerine Frozen Negroni
Frozen drinks such as the Grilled Tangerine Frozen Negroni are popular in the summer. Keep in mind that since these drinks are frozen, you will not be able to make them ahead of time for guests.
Apricot and Honey Bourbon Sour
Nothing can give you that beautiful apricot color like an apricot can, but this Apricot and Honey Bourbon Sour the perfect color. It is sweet with a hint of tartness that can’t be beat.
Sparkling Cara Cara Margarita
Made with Cara Cara oranges, also known as red navels, this Sparkling Cara Cara Margarita creates a beautiful sunny orange. To get a bubbly fizz, top with a splash sparkling water.
Gin and Blood Orange Mimosa
If you are having a wedding earlier in the day, you might want to consider a light yet tasty Gin and Blood Orange mimosa. It has a floral, citrusy, and earthy taste that is perfect to serve around a crowd.
Mini Orange Creamsicle Shots
Instead of just taking a toast together, why not all take a shot together with these Mini Orange Creamsicle shots. Made with vanilla ice cream and orange soda, these little suckers are a delicious after dinner treat.
Friday Cocktail | Satan's Whiskers
Although the name isn’t a typical wedding word, Satan’s Whiskers Cocktail is a perfectly orange and perfectly delicious cocktail for any celebration. It’s perfect for sipping and toasting.
Blood Orange Mimosas: A New Brunch Cocktail
This Blood Orange Mimosa is a step up from an ordinary mimosa. With freshly squeezed blood orange juice and rose champagne, it makes for a perfect toasting cocktail.
The Best Holiday Wassail Bowl Punch
The Wassail Bowl Punch is a traditional holiday drink, but it’s perfect for any celebration. This recipe is originally non-alcoholic, but if you want to spike it, simply add whisky, bourbon, rum, amaretto, or brandy to keep the sweet taste.
Boozy Candy Corn Ice Cream Float
Some people don’t like the actual taste of alcohol. So, if your guests prefer an alcoholic beverage that doesn’t have the taste of alcohol, the Boozy Candy Corn Ice Cream Float is sure to be a delicious toasting treat.
Italian Gin and Tonic
If you really want to party hardy at your wedding, then the Italian Gin and Tonic is sure to get the party started. It’s bright, refreshing, and has a higher alcohol content than the traditional champagne.
POG Juice Mimosa aka Stitch Juice | Grown Up POG Juice
If you are looking for a little more passion at your toasting, Pog Juice Mimosa is full of passion. With a mixture of Passion Fruit Juice, orange juice and Guava juice, you will be in passion paradise.
"Just Peachy" Rum Punch with Fresh Fruit Ice
Who spiked the punch? This Tropical Rum Punch is definitely spiked, but it makes a fabulous toasting cocktail. And, it’s a beautiful tropical orange color.
Cranberry Orange Mimosa
Made with chilled Prosecco, the Cranberry Orange Mimosa sets the scene for a sophisticated toasting.
Each cocktail above has a unique orange color. So no matter what color you need, you are sure to find it on this list.
Do you have a favorite orange cocktail for wedding celebrations? Share it in the comments below!
Orange and Cranberry Vodka Cocktail
Our Orange and Cranberry Vodka Cocktail is tangy, tart, and sweet! The perfect combination and a must try today to cool off on a hot day. So refreshing!
Tropical Whisky Sour Cocktail Recipe
This tropical cocktail recipe is a take on the classic whisky sour that is sure to be your new go to drink! Tropical and refreshing, serve it on a hot summer day or beside the pool.
The Best Orange Cocktail
For a blood orange color, consider our Fruit Tequila Spritzer. With a spritz soda water to make it bubbly and tequila and vodka to spike it, your guests are in for a real treat!
If you are looking for other colored drinks, check out our White Cocktail Recipes!
Cocktails by Color
- Red Cocktail Recipes
- Orange Cocktail Recipes
- Yellow Cocktail Recipes
- Green Cocktail Recipes (also great for St. Paddy’s Day)
- Blue Cocktail Recipes
- Violet Cocktail Recipes
- Peach Cocktail Recipes
- White Cocktail Recipes
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