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Signature Drinks by Daily’s Cocktails

Signature Drinks by Daily’s Cocktails

We’re excited to share this adorable shoot of a co-ed cocktail party bridal shower, featuring beautiful drinks and delicious recipes from Daily’s Cocktails. Signature cocktails are a smart way to throw any party to fit your vision and theme, from a shower to a wedding. They keep your budget on track and add a personal twist, so we always recommend making a few signature drinks – even if you’re having an open bar. So Daily’s Cocktails partnered with A & B Creative and Paige Jones Photography for a fun shower including signature drinks.

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Mrs Mojito:


2-3 lime wedges
1 3/4 oz. Daily’s Mojito Mix
1 3/4 oz. rum
3/4 oz. Chambord

Muddle raspberries, lime and mint in a rocks glass. Add ice, then pour liquid. Garnish with a fresh mint sprig and a lime squeeze.

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From A & B Creative: My inspiration for the this shoot was a modern late summer co-ed cocktail shower. There’s something about the summer winding down that feels so peaceful, and getting to have a bridal shower be co-ed is so great because there’s no one you’re missing out on visiting with. I styled the clothes around this same “late summer” inspiration, bow-ties and button downs for the guys and cute dresses that perfectly ride that transition from summer into fall for the ladies.

The color palette for the shoot was inspired by the gorgeous floral tablecloth; it’s deep, rich colors have the brightness of summer with the cozy sumptuous feeling of fall. All of the cocktails feature garnishes still available in the late summer: mint, lavender, rosemary and seasonal fruit. The brightly colored rims of the glasses showcase each fun cocktail.

The shower begins with a toast to the soon-to-be newlyweds with a Cham-Pom cocktail, featuring champagne and pomegranate (another favorite late summer flavor with a stunning color!). Next is cocktail hour with Mr. & Mrs. Mojitos- rasberry infused for the ladies, and a hint of whisky for the guys. The party ended with the ultimate late summer drink: sangria with loads of fresh local berries and fruit to add to it’s array of colors.

The gorgeous floral arrangements perfectly reflect the summery sangria colors and the array found in the tablecloth. Modern elements like wood plates for the appetizers and the stark whites of the amazing octopus detailed candlesticks with my favorite proteas and air plants make for a modernized version of the backyard soiree.

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Cham-Pom Cocktail:


Start with a champagne flute

1 oz. Daily’s Pomegranate Mix
3 oz. of your favorite champagne or prosecco

Pour champagne over mix and stir slightly to mix
Garnish with a fresh lime slice.

You can replace the Daily’s Pomegranate Mix with their Peach, Mango, Strawberry, or Raspberry Mix!

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Mr. Mojito:


Pour ingredients into cocktail shaker

1/2 oz. Daily’s Bar Syrup
5-6 mint sprigs

Muddle contents and add ice

1 1/4 oz. bourbon
1/2 oz. Daily’s Non-alcoholic Triple Sec
1/2 oz. Daily’s Lime Juice
1 1/2 oz. Daily’s Sweet & Sour Mix
1 1/2 oz. iced tea

Shake and strain into glass over ice. Garnish with a fresh orange slice and mint sprig.

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View all images from this shower in the gallery!

Check out Daily’s Cocktails’ website for tons of creative recipes, where you can search by color, spirit, flavor, glass type and more! You can also find their products at store near you with their store locator. Looking for non-alcoholic drink mocktails? All of their recipes can be easily made sans alcohol by substituting it with club soda!

Styling and Design: A & B Creative / Photography: Paige Jones Photography / Vintage props, farm table and bench rentals: A & B Creative/ Signage: Qualls Creative / Floral Design:Moda Floral Design / Make-Up Artist: Blush Makeup Artistry / Bride Model: Dianni Freeman / Groom model: Jordan Bishop/ Cocktail recipes and mixers: Daily’s Cocktails.

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