The Wedding Cocktails That Will Add a Little Extra Sparkle to Your Day

red cocktails stacked in a pyramid at a wedding with sparkly lights

Cheers to wedding season, a time filled with love, cake, fun dance music and great cocktails! If you’re still trying to work out a signature cocktail to serve on your big day, we’ve got options for you.

If you want an effortlessly chic cocktail, the Chambord Royale is the one for you, and it could not be simpler to make. It’s just three ingredients, but will be a surefire favorite amongst guests for it’s beautiful red berry notes and for how elegant it is.

If you’re looking for something a bit more playful, the Something Blue is your drink. Featuring Castle & Key Distillery’s Sacred Spring Vodka, along with Blue Curacao and Cointreau. With the addition of lemon, vanilla syrup, aromatic bitters and some soda water, this cocktail is sure to excite your guests.

Whichever cocktail you choose is sure to be a hit! Here’s how to make both.

Chambord Royale

red chambord royale cocktails with blackberries in it next to a bottle of chambord and a rose gold jigger
Chambord Royale. Photo courtesy of Chambord.


1/3 oz. Chambord

Sparkling wine of choice    

1 raspberry    


Pour Chambord into a flute glass. Top with sparkling wine. Finish with a raspberry garnish.

Something Blue

hand holding Something Blue cocktail with a slice of lemon in it near some white flowers
Something Blue. Photo courtesy of Castle & Key Distillery.


1.5 oz Sacred Spring Vodka 
0.25 oz Blue Curacao
0.5 oz Cointreau
0.5 oz lemon juice
0.25 oz vanilla simple syrup
2 dashes aromatic bitters
2-3 oz soda water


Combine all ingredients in a Collins glass and stir. Then add ice and garnish with lemon or orange.