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His & Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes

When it comes to drinks for your wedding, his and hers combinations are a big hit. Instead of having a full bar, offering two selections – his favorite and her choice – is a fabulous way to have beverages in a creative way. I didn’t know a lot about sake (honestly I had never tried it!), so I partnered with SakeOne to come up with creative his/hers wedding cocktail recipes. I hope you enjoy and test out these grown-up favorites!

His Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog

Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes

When it came to creating a few new beverages, grown-up renditions of childhood favorites was the theme of choice. Take a peek at these delicious, crafted drinks to add a bit of style to any wedding reception.

His Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog

His Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog

His Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog

His

Iced Spiced Cider

I remember loving cider as a kid. With its sugary sweetness and spices, it was a holiday treat reminiscent of apple juice, yet with the flavors of the season. This same feeling gets an adult twist in a refreshingly iced version.

Ingredients (per 8 ounce glass)

  • 4 ounces apple cider
  • 1 Tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1/8 teaspoon allspice
  • 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1-2 thin apple slices
  • 2-3 mandarin orange sections
  • 2 ounces G Fifty sake
  • Anise stars
  • Orange peel (for garnish)
  • Ice cubes

Method

  • Combine apple cider, brown sugar, cloves, allspice, and nutmeg. Heat in microwave for 1 1/2 minutes.
  • Add cinnamon stick, apple slices, and orange sections and let steep for 15 minutes.
  • Add ice to glass, and pour in G Fifty sake.
  • Add anise stars, and pour apple cider mixture over top of ice and sake mixture.
  • Garnish with a curled orange peel.
  • Serve and enjoy!

That may seem involved, but if it is made in large batches, it’s fairly easy. And a crock pot is perfect for mulling the cider for a few hours if you are making it in a large quantity for a special event, such a New Year’s Eve or a wedding (of course!). It’s not only lovely, but it is one of the most perfectly refreshing wedding cocktail recipes. Yum!

His Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog

Hers

Grown Up Cherry Vanilla Soda

What kid doesn’t like a cherry vanilla soda? Yum! This grown-up twist is perfect for those looking for wedding cocktail recipes to liven up their reception. What a fun choice!

Ingredients (per 8 ounce drink)

  • 4 ounces cherry juice
  • 2 ounces G Fifty sake
  • 2 ounces club soda
  • 1/8 tsp vanilla
  • Maraschino cherries (for garnish)

Method

  • Pour cherry juice and vanilla into a glass.
  • Add G Fifty sake and club soda. Give a light stir
  • Garnish with maraschino cherries, serve, and enjoy!

His Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog

His Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding BlogHis Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog

Aren’t those delectable? I adore the idea of signature cocktails for both him and her at the wedding reception. And sake is such a unique way to incorporate something different into your big day. Enjoy!

Looking for more beverage inspiration? Just click here to peek at our twist on a mimosa!  

His Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding BlogHis Hers Sake Wedding Cocktail Recipes | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog

Photos are by Kaytlin Lane Photography for a styled shoot by Garden Rose Events and Design. I’ll be showcasing this full styled shoot on the blog in January.

  • Jessica - Looks good. I would be all over the grown-up cherry drink. I love sweet beverages so it was an easy choice

  • Cathy Stucker - I have never heard about his and her cocktails but after reading this post I think its a great concept. I’ll definitely try these recipes. Thanks for sharing the details.

  • Tatiana Barone - I’m not getting married, but this won’t stop me from trying these cocktails!

  • Jennifer - Ha! Love it. <3

  • Jennifer - I love sweet drinks, too! 🙂

  • Laura Dove - Ooh these sounds delicious! Spiced cider is one of my favourite drinks over Christmas, you cant beat a spiced cider at a christmas market.

  • Lisa fucci - Looks fabulous!!! Great photos as well!!! Gotta have to try it out!!!

  • Gervin Khan - Great recipe and very tempting in my eyes. You’ve done an awesome job in giving this recipe a very good twist that I believe will be a great hit to us drinker.

  • Liz Bayardelle - These are so creative and unique! Also, what stunning pictures!

  • Monidipa Dutta - Cocktails are my most favorite. And these are so creative and unique. As usual, you are a stunning photographer.

  • Chloe @callmecoco.co - The cherry vanilla soda seems very tasty, I would probably love it!

  • fashionandstylepolice - These wedding cocktail recipes sound lovely. I would love to try some of them one day.

  • Dalene Ekirapa - I don’t take cocktail but I just can’t help wanting these cocktails. They just look so refreshing and I love your presentation.

  • Blair villanueva - I am glad that I check your blog and learn about sake cocktail. I will use your recipe for our party 🙂

  • Aia - favorite! will try this on our pajama party.

  • Everything On A Plate - oh my god! we love these! we would love to feature some on our blog too… yummy !

  • Gill Trotman - This is an incredibly creative and delicious list of drinks! My wife would absolutely love the Grown Up Cherry Vanilla Soda! I will surely be making her this recipe. Thanks!

  • Elizabeth O - What a cool and creative idea. Even though I’m a teetotaler, I can appreciate such lovely mixes for special occasions.

  • Binge on Basics - These look simply delicious. Spiced Cider is one of my favourite drinks and including it in a wedding will be a good move. Also, the pictures are really amazing!

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