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15 cocktail ideas we found on Instagram for your Indian wedding

Nothing beats weddings for the most aesthetically-pleasing food and drinks. When it comes to cocktails — everything these days is decor-themed, personalised, and Instagram-friendly. And Indian weddings too have upped the game to accommodate new ideas, stunning cocktails, and trending food bars and drink stations. To give you a bit of inspiration, we looked around to find new and exciting cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding.

Best cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding this season –

Tiny Rose bottles to carry around

cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding

Image: Courtesy Via Miss Stella York

Perhaps the simplest and the coolest idea to execute – one can buy small Rose bottles and pass them around – it’s fuss-free, easy, and so much fun.

Champagne ice

cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding

Image: Courtesy @ruffledblog @abbyjiu@taz_greer @roseseason @sarahjansson@sealilymalibu@sweetladyjanebakerycafe@something_turquoise⁠⠀

A great way to add some Pinterest-y ideas into your wedding is by organising champagne or cocktail popsicles to keep the guests cool. Add flowers to make it look pretty and maybe brand the packaging, so you stand out.

Boozy push-up cups

cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding

Image: Courtesy @boozybitesofficial_

The idea is all about push-up cups that add a bit of glamour and a whole lot of fun topped with your favourite cocktails.

Granita cocktails

cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding

Image: Courtesy Melange Bridal 

Pick a flavour and make a granita and pretty up the glass according to your theme – it’s about attention to detail and exceptional service.

Candy floss champagne #trending

cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding

Image: Courtesy via @dutchcouragebarhire

Cotton candy is fast becoming a popular option at weddings, for its Insta-friendly looks. Now, it’s a trending cocktail, cotton candy on Prosecco or champagne.

Patreon shots

cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding

Image: Courtesy @timwilloughby via @charlestonweddings

The smaller the drinks, the bigger the impact. These tiny Patreon can make any celebration more sophisticated.

Create your own signature drink

cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding

Image: Courtesy Pink Champagne Design

The best thing to happen to drinks at weddings? New signature drinks that are customised, keeping the bride and groom’s tastes in mind.

Champagne walls

cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding

Image: Courtesy Pom Posh Event Rentals; @glamheadzsalon

The next big drink trend that’s all over the internets is the Champagne wall trend. What’s not to love! Champagne on the wall with your name on it.

Customised slogan bottles

cocktail ideas for your Indian wedding

Image: Courtesy @bestbride_@fourthingspaper

What’s better than glass? A bottle of Rose that one can take back from a wedding.

Fruit boozy popsicles

Image: Courtesy @bearmooseandfox⠀⠀

Nothing like flavoured boozy popsicles that take the edge of a hectic wedding service.

Customised cocktail toppers

Image: Courtesy @liquidcaterers @emporella

These cute custom cocktail toppers can come with your name, a wedding hashtag, an image, or a slogan; anything that makes your wedding more personalised.

Boozy ice cream

Image: Courtesy Barra Bodas

That’s an idea to make your drinks better and to help with spillage.

Cocktail shaker drinks

Image: Courtesy @lindsayhackneyphoto; @joytheapp; @lindseymevents

Well, this is new. Cocktail shakers are the new champagne glasses. Put in your signature drink and let the guests go wild.

Cocktails in a box

Image: Courtesy @wedding_style

Who would have thought, custom-made cocktails in a box is the next big thing? We loved how the good people at @nobuloscabos made this “Mazushi,” with rice shrub, white tequila, ginger infusion with lemongrass tea, sesame oil, black sesame seeds, and a grapefruit wedge.

Custom bottling

Image: Courtesy @weddingfavorites

When custom drink bottles are made of glass, they make for a prettier wedding giveaway.

Latha Sunadh
Deputy Editor
When she's not trying on a new serum, researching on yet another classic fragrance and sharing lip balms with her 5-year old daughter, Latha Sunadh keeps it reined in with a nice song and a good book. Special skills include obsessing over handmade, home-made and handcrafted luxuries.