Five Floral Cocktails for Spring Celebrations

Spring wedding season is here, and that has us in a floral frenzy. We’ve been dreaming of the best pink bridal bouquets, floral aisle décor, and even stylish boutonnieres for the guys. But now, as the weather turns warmer and wedding festivities head outdoors, we can’t stop thinking about our favorite floral wedding detail—cocktails embellished with edible blooms.

Floral cocktails for spring celebrations

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These pretty sippers are incredibly versatile—choose daisies and mason jars for a rustic, country-inspired celebration, or go with martini glasses and elegant violets for a more formal affair—and are as refreshing as they are eye-catching. Bonus: Trimming the blooms and making flower-filled ice cubes is an ideal DIY project. Pick your favorites and get pouring!

Rose Water Cointreau Fizz

Floral cocktails for spring celebrations: Rose Water Cointreau Fizz via A Pair & A Spare

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Things don’t get much more springy than a combination of pastel pink and purple, and this pretty cocktail has it in spades. The drink combines Cointreau, rose water, raspberry and lime juice, and a splash of sparkling water to create a light and refreshing spring spritzer.

Edible-Flower Ice Cubes

Edible-flower ice cubes, floral ice cubes for spring celebrations via The View From Great Island

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Okay, we admit that this doesn’t exactly qualify as a cocktail, but these ice cubes filled with colorful, edible flowers were just too pretty to pass up. Plus, they’ll add a splash of color and whimsy to whatever spring cocktail you’ll be serving. Head over to The View From Great Island to learn how to make them.

Chamomile Honey and Whiskey Cocktail

Floral cocktails for spring celebrations: Chamomile Honey and Whiskey Cocktail via A Cozy Kitchen

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Between the golden color given by honey and whiskey and the daisy toppers’ cheerful yellow center, this Chamomile Honey and Whiskey Cocktail by A Cozy Kitchen is a liquid ray of sunshine. We think it’s perfect for an afternoon garden wedding celebration.

Borage & Pansy Cocktail

Floral cocktails for spring celebrations: Borage & Pansy Cocktail by Anthropologie

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Leave it to Anthropologie to create a cocktail that looks as if it were plucked straight from an enchanted garden. And what’s in the cocktail—earthy borage, cucumber, gin, and lemon—are as fresh and spring-ready as the edible flowers that adorn it. Get the recipe right here.


Floral cocktails for spring celebrations: Aviation Classic Cocktail via Honestly Yum

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With its pale-purple hue and presentation in a sleek martini glass—and let’s not forget that single edible violet for garnish—this Aviation cocktail is the epitome of springtime elegance. Bonus? Its combination of gin, maraschino liqueur, lemon juice, and crème de violette is delightfully delicious!

Edible-Flower Lemon Jello Shots

Floral cocktails for spring celebrations: Edible Flower Lemon Jello Shot via Sugar and Cloth

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An elegant, updated take on the frat-house staple, these lemony shots will win the favor of your guests who are getting busy on the dance floor, or they’ll look equally at home on trays in the hands of your servers come cocktail hour. Either way, they’re a sure shot.


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