Even with large gatherings on hold for the moment, many couples are opting to live-stream their small at-home wedding ceremonies to remote guests. This is an excellent opportunity to include people that may not have been able to travel or would have put the guest list overcapacity at a traditional venue.
There are so many ways to personalize a Zoom wedding—book a virtual DJ, set a dress code, hire an IT company to handle the tech—but for couples who found love over craft cocktails, what better way to treat your guests to a unique wedding toast than to send them a DIY cocktail kit? They can make your signature cocktail to sip on while they watch you tie the knot!
Start by choosing a cocktail recipe: Bourbon is an ideal choice because it’s easy to utilize in classic cocktail recipes that feel sophisticated but are quite simple to make. Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon is expertly handcrafted and aged a minimum of 6-7 years. Mellow and perfectly balanced, with spicy and caramel aromas and delicate flavors of oak and summer fruits, it’s a special bottle for a special day. Websites like Canva or Picmonkey make it easy to effortlessly design themed recipe cards to enclose in your kit.
To assemble, line your boxes with raffia in your wedding colors. Next, add the components of your cocktail: Start with Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon and then add mixers or syrups in mini jars (readily available at craft stores). Finally, finish with whole citrus fruits, paper straws, a silk flower and even a jigger or mixing spoon if you desire! This is a care package any guest would be thrilled to receive, and they will feel like they’re right there with you to toast your new life together. Cheers!
This is a guest post from Four Roses Bourbon.
Monday, February 15, 2021