Mason Jar Drinks

As a growing trend, we have some suggested drinks to sip from these trendy mason jars

  • <p>Wedding Mason Jars</p>
    Blair Rumley

    Wedding Mason Jars

    Mason jars are on the wedding wish lists of many fashion forward brides these days. As a growing trend, we have some suggested drinks to sip from these trendy jars
  • <p>Wedding Straws</p>
    Blair Rumley

    Wedding Straws

    Add striped straws to your mason jar drinks for a playful party detail. Order straws featuring your wedding colors online from party supply retailers or vendors.
  • Basil Tonics
    Blair Rumley, Photo: Buff Strickland; Styling: Olga Naiman

    Basil Tonics

    This simple sipper is only four ingredients—basil, vodka, simple syrup, and tonic water—but proves to be a handsome addition to any libation table.
  • Shoo-Fly Punch
    Blair Rumley, Photo: Beth Dreiling Hontzas; Styling: Lydia Degaris Pursell

    Shoo-Fly Punch

    Dressed in hues of light orange, this pastel punch will match any soft palette. Garnish with an orange wedge and a mint sprig so the drink will look as good as your guests.
  • Sweet Tea Lemonade
    Blair Rumley, Photo: Ryan Benyi

    Sweet Tea Lemonade

    Sweet tea and lemonade are staples at most Southern weddings. Combining the two makes for a refreshing, kid-friendly (and grownup-friendly) beverage.
  • Lemon-Blueberry Sweet Tea
    Blair Rumley, Photo: Jennifer Davick; Styling: Lydia DeGaris Pursell

    Lemon-Blueberry Sweet Tea

    Try a spin on sweet tea with lemon juice and frozen blueberries. This cocktail will dazzle in mason jars with a striped straw that compliments it blue hues.
  • Cherry-Peach Sangria
    Blair Rumley, Photo: José Picayo; Styling: Michele Faro

    Cherry-Peach Sangria

    Pour this pitcher of sangria into your favorite mason jars. And don’t be stingy with the fruit—it dresses up the drink and packs a boozy punch.
  • Blackberry Cocktail
    Blair Rumley, Photo: Jim Franco; Styling: Scott Martin

    Blackberry Cocktail

    The flavors of summer—blackberries, cucumber, and lime—unite in this undeniably refreshing drink. Serve this fruity escape, and you’ll feel like the honeymoon started already.
  • White Chocolate Latte
    Blair Rumley

    White Chocolate Latte

    For a winter wedding, try this enticing treat that might be decedent enough to top the tiered cake. Serve in mason jars with handles and garnish with whipped cream and a cinnamon stick for shabby yet chic style.
  • Homemade Cherry Soda
    Blair Rumley, Photo: Hector Sanchez; Styling: Caroline M. Cunningham

    Homemade Cherry Soda

    Create this fizzy and vibrant drink with cherries, lime juice and club soda. Garnish with lime wedges, colorful paper straws, and bowties for a fun twist!
  • Apple, Lemon, and Gin Shandy
    Blair Rumley, Photo: Hector Sanchez; Styling: Caroline M. Cunningham

    Apple, Lemon, and Gin Shandy

    To make this sweet-tart cocktail, puree apples, lemon juice and ginger. Garnish with lemon wedges and ginger if desired.
  • White Sangria
    Blair Rumley, Photo: Charles Maraia

    White Sangria

    Cool down your wedding guests with a refreshing glass of cold, white sangria filled with your favorite fruits. The best part about this drink is that the longer it sits, the sweeter it gets.
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