Cute "His Hers" Signature Cocktail Menu Ideas

Updated 10/27/14
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He likes a classic Manhattan. You prefer a bubbly French 75. Why not serve your favorite cocktails at your reception? It's a great way to personalize your bar menu and, if you're looking for ways to save some money, serving just two signature cocktails instead of offering a full bar will add up to a significant amount of savings. Then, all you need to do is create a fun cocktail-menu sign to let guests know what's on offer — here are our favorite His and Hers menu ideas.

Chalkboard Sign (above): Have your calligrapher (or your friend with the prettiest penmanship) create a simple chalkboard sign you can display next to the bar.

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Self-Serve Drink Station: Keep things simple with a self-serve beverage station decorated with a chalkboard sign.

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Window Pane: This couple cleverly turned an old window pane into their drinks and hors d'oeuvres menu.

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Arrow Signs: Cute arrow-shaped signs let guests know what's on offer during cocktail hour.

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Jumbo Clothespin: Print out simple cocktail-menu signs and display them at the bar using freestanding extra-large clothespins.

Illustrated Sign: This talented Etsy artist will create a custom sign for your bar that's illustrated with each drink's ingredients.

Typed Sign: Turn a fresh lime or lemon into a holder for a simple cocktail-menu sign.

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