If you're planning a spring wedding, you've probably already incorporated some of the season's best hits into your wedding — delicate colors, fresh and delicate blooms, and more fun, fresh twists. But did you think about the bar? Keep things just as seasonal during cocktail hour with signature drinks that celebrate all spring has to offer.
Strawberry Basil Ginger Cocktail (Above)
The floral and lemony flavor of basil pairs perfectly with this strawberry-infused drink. Add a zing from ginger ale or freshly grated ginger, and a splash of vodka of course! Get Thyme Is Honey's recipe here.
Photo: Courtesy of The Wanderlust Kitchen __Whiskey Smash__ This is a classic cocktail that often goes forgotten, so reclaim it as yours and your new hubby's! Sugar, lemon, and spring-fresh mint leaves are muddled together, then topped with whiskey and crushed ice. [Get The Wanderlust Kitchen's recipe here](http://thewanderlustkitchen.com/how-to-make-a-whiskey-smash/).
Photo: Courtesy of Two Tarts __Spring Herb Mint Julep__ You don't have to have a [Kentucky Derby wedding](http://www.brides.com/wedding-ideas/wedding-style/2013/04/southern-spring-wedding-ideas-kentucky-derby-style\#slide=1) to enjoy a mint julep at your wedding — but it certainly doesn't hurt. Go the extra mile and pour this freshing cocktail — made with fresh lemon, thyme, mint, and bourbon — in a classic julep cup. [Get Two Tarts' recipe here](http://www.two-tarts.com/2015/04/spring-herb-julep.html).
Photo: Courtesy of Minimalist Baker __Hibiscus Margarita__ This seasonal drink will have your guests tickled pink over the warming weather. Tart and sweet, it gets a boozy kick from tequila and a tasty floral flavor from a hibiscus tea concentrate. [Get Minimalist Baker's recipe here](http://minimalistbaker.com/5-ingredient-hibiscus-margaritas/).
Photo: Courtesy of Tastes Lovely __Rosemary Greyhound__ Celebrate the end of grapefruit season with this sweet and savory cocktail, infused with rosemary syrup, vodka, and fresh juice. Add a sprig of fresh rosemary as a garnish for a spirited touch. [Get Tastes Lovely's recipe here](http://www.tasteslovely.com/rosemary-greyhound-cocktail/).
Photo: Courtesy of Baked Bree __Rhubarb Fizz__ One of spring's most anticipated herbs is rhubarb. Hit the trend easily with this [simple champagne cocktail](http://www.brides.com/blogs/aisle-say/2015/11/what-kind-of-champagne-to-serve-at-wedding-toasts-events.html), that uses vanilla bean-infused rhubarb syrup as its base. [Get Baked Bree's recipe here](http://bakedbree.com/rhubarb-fizz-cocktail).
Photo: Courtesy of Broma Bakery __The Spring Buzz Cocktail__ This boozy sipper celebrates everything spring in one pretty glass. It gets its refreshing flavor from chamomile tea, whiskey, elderflower liquor, and a touch of honey. Easy to drink and beautiful to serve, your guests will want to drink this all night long. Have your bartenders serve it in a large pitcher topped with edible white flowers for a beautiful presentation. [Get Broma Bakery's recipe here](http://bromabakery.com/2016/02/spring-buzz-recipe.html).