March is a multifarious month, with one foot still in winter and the other stepping gleefully toward spring. For this wedding inspiration, I chose a cooler colors like navy and slate mixed with slightly warmer, soft green accents. Such details easily suit a late winter or early spring wedding, when frosty bits are being pushed into the corners of the earth by shoots of life and greenery. And the blueberry cocktail? Well, I always love the promise of warm summer days and fresh berries that March begins to suggest. Enjoy!
Blueberry Mint Fizz Signature Drink
The blueberry fruit ice really elevates this drink, adding a pop of whimsical color and a touch of sweetness. Your caterer should be able to do this step for you ahead of time. I highly recommend it!
Directions for the Signature Wedding Cocktail
(Other than the fruit ice, your bartender can make this on an individual basis, so there is no recipe for 4 or 100.)
- 1 1/2 oz. Smirnoff Blueberry Vodka
- Fruit Ice cubes
- 2 1/2 oz. Club Soda
- 5-8 Mint Leaves
Muddle mint leaves in a cocktail of shaker. Add plain ice (not your fruit ice), Vodka, and Club Soda. Shake. Pour the cocktail over your over your fruit ice and enjoy.
Directions for Fruit Ice
- White Grape Juice
- Mint Leaves
- Ice Cube Molds
Mix equal parts white grape juice to water and pour into molds filling them all the way to the top. Place 2-3 blueberries and a torn mint leave into each ice cube mold. Freeze at least overnight.
- For a more intense blueberry flavor, muddle 5 or so fresh blueberries with the mint.
- If you don't want to bother with the fruit ice cubes, add a splash of St. Germaine Liquor (or Agave syrup) to the vodka and club soda before shaking the cocktail.
- Use fun shaped ice molds, such as hearts, stars, balls or something else!
- You can make fruit ice cubes with any fruit or herb, just be careful as some fruits (like raspberries) tend to bleed when they're too ripe, turning your whole cube colored.
Drink: Rustic White Photography. via Waiting on Martha | Bride: Orange Photographie via Wedding Sparrow | Tablescape: Erich Mcvey via Wedding Sparrow | Bouquet: Whimsical Floral Design and Rachel May Photography via Magnolia Rouge | Groom: Erich Mcvey via Oncewed | Pearls: by Megan Chase Photography via Style Me Pretty | Shoes: by Taylor Lord Photography via Style Me Pretty