11 Pretty Pink Cocktails for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is all about sweetness, from cards and candy to gifts and sentiments. And that goes for the holiday’s unofficial color—pink—too. Whether you’re entertaining other couples at home or celebrating with single friends, these pretty pink cocktails will sweeten the celebration.

Bonus? If you’re currently planning your wedding, keep your favorite pink drink in mind to offer up as the signature cocktail at your reception!


Charleston Pink Lady

This cocktail combines gin, applejack brandy, and grenadine, plus heavy cream for a nice, smooth finish.


Triple Grapefruit Fizz

A neon pink sugar rim adds festive flair to a grapefruit fizz.


Peach & Raspberry Gin Fizz

Summer flavors of peach and raspberry—and a splash of gin—will give you the warm fuzzies.


Lillet Rose Cocktail

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Delicate flowers add color and a dash of elegance to these pretty sippers.


 Rhubarb Mojito

Fresh rhubarb adds a tart spin—and a pretty pink tint—on an old classic.


Pink Gin Fizz

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Orange and pink grapefruit juice come together in this drink to give you a taste of the tropics.


Paloma

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Tequila + grapefruit + lime + agave syrup = Mexico-inspired perfection.


Lady Rose

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Rose syrup and rose water give this cocktail a refreshing, floral flavor.


Pink Coconut Frost Cocktail

With the flavors of coconut, pink lemonade, and cherry, this frosty, blended beverage will give you island vibes.


Cotton Candy Cocktail

As if a pink cocktail weren’t fun enough, this one gets its tint from a dissolved cloud of cotton candy.


Pink Lady

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This version of the cocktail uses an egg instead of heavy cream for texture and heft, but its pretty pink hue remains the same.

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