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Blackberry Ombré Sparkler (Above): Not only does this bubbly flute celebrate the colors of the season, it's deliciously sweet and earthy thanks to fresh blackberries and sprigs of rosemary. Get the Cookie Rookie's recipe here.
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Cranberry Margarita: One of the season's best ingredients meets a party favorite in this sweet and tart margarita. And the warm ruby colors make the gorgeous drink holiday appropriate! Get Gimme Some Oven's recipe here.
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Grapefruit-Rosemary Moscow Mule: Use winter's freshest citrus for a Moscow mule with a twist. But keep the mugs classic — the copper tone is a cozy touch on a cold winter night. Get Domesticate Me's recipe here.
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Hot Cocoa Martini: Nothing says winter like a warm cup of hot chocolate. But for your wedding guests who want to dance all night instead of cozy up by the fire, this chilled version, infused with whipped cream vodka and caramel liqueur, will also do the trick. Get A Cocktail Life's recipe here.
Stay Gold Cider: This cider and bourbon cocktail will keep your guests going back to the bar. Shaken with maple syrup, and a pinch of cayenne pepper and cinnamon it's the ultimate sweet and spicy winter sip. Get PureWow's recipe here.
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Snowball Martini: This sugar-rimmed martini, made with whipped cream vodka and lemon juice, is a treat for your eyes and taste buds fit for a winter white wedding. Make the "snowball" from cotton candy. Get Heather Cristo's recipe here.
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Winter Sun Cocktail: You may have skipped on a seaside wedding, but this Clementine-packed drink, with a healthy dose of vodka and triple sec, will bring the sunshine to even the snowiest of weddings. Name of choice: Sun Kissed. Get Two Tarts' recipe here.