Delaware Wedding

Personalize Your Wedding: Signature Drinks

Are you planning on having a signature drink at your wedding? Instead of finding a random drink that simply sounds cool, why not take a few minutes and think of something that truly means something to you and your fiancé? We have a few reasons you should think about adding these drinks to your wedding planning to-do list, and also some suggestions on finding the perfect option! 

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Why should you have signature drinks?

- Signature drinks are a great way to incorporate your theme, ideal wedding atmosphere and personality.

- Bar lines will be a bit shorter because these drinks can sometimes be made in bulk. 

- If the thought of an open bar seems a bit too expensive, you could limit the number of liquor beverages by having two signature drink options. 

- Guests can save the process of thinking about what to order when you have already made a choice for them. 

How to choose your signature drink:

Do you have a go-to drink that all of your friends know about? Your signature drink can be just that! 

What colors are you using throughout your wedding? Is there a yummy drink that ends up being that color? 

Do you have a favorite place with a drink named after it? Something like a Manhattan or Long Island Ice Tea? 

Is there a special drink made where you are from? This is a great way to give a nod to your hometown! 

Where are you going on your honeymoon? Somewhere tropical is a great excuse to offer a Mai Tai or Margarita

Options are endless for your signature drink! Do you have any ideas to add? 

 

 

Yolanda & James | Lewes, Delaware Wedding

From the night I spoke with Yolanda over the phone about the adorable way James proposed (on the beach in Lewes) we knew they would be the best couple to work with. Their love for each other was undeniable and that was made even more aware as we sat in Panera a week after our first phone call going over wedding details. As we all counted down the days to their wedding, the excitement grew stronger for all of us. The nautical details, the fact that their ceremony was taking place as the ferry was arriving, and the beauty of their love story all came together to be the perfect day. 

No matter what happened throughout their day, they were calm and had full trust in their vendor team. Even when we found out 18 hours before the wedding that the only road in and out of the ceremony location would be closed for two hours right around their ceremony time, they were calm, cool, and collected knowing that no matter what we would make it work. Their wedding was beautiful from beginning to end. Yolanda had not one but three beautiful dresses, we loved them all! They started the reception with the coolest first dance, and ended the evening when they thanked their guests and were off through a tunnel of sparklers. 

On top of Yolanda and James having a beautiful day all around, working with a bride that has everything together makes everything that much better! Yolanda had labeled bins with every detailed aspect of the wedding inside of them- the organization brought a tear to my eye. 

Enchanting Events and Design Maryland Wedding Planner Sue Forteir Photography
Enchanting Events and Design Maryland Wedding Planner Sue Forteir Photography
Enchanting Events and Design Maryland Wedding Planner Sue Forteir Photography
Enchanting Events and Design Maryland Wedding Planner Sue Forteir Photography
Enchanting Events and Design Maryland Wedding Planner Sue Forteir Photography
Enchanting Events and Design Maryland Wedding Planner Sue Forteir Photography
Enchanting Events and Design Maryland Wedding Planner Sue Forteir Photography
Enchanting Events and Design Maryland Wedding Planner Sue Forteir Photography

 

Photography: Fortier Photography 

Videography: David Troth Wright

Flowers: The City Florist

Ceremony Venue: Cape May-Lewes Ferry, Lewes Terminal

Reception Venue: Kings Creek Country Club

DJ: DJ Waxx