Put all those cute mason jars you have lying around to use with these fun and delicious drink recipes that are great for parties or even just a lazy afternoon on the porch.
Wedding Mason JarsMason 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
Wedding StrawsAdd 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 TonicsThis 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 PunchDressed 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.
Lemon Verbena Iced TeaUpon sipping this infusion, Scott's guests often exclaim, "What is this wonderful tea?" To yield cup after cup of delectable tea, plant lemon verbena--a perennial shrub--in a corner of your garden.
Minty LemonadeTransform lemonade in seconds with a handful of fresh mint leaves. Don't chop them--keep leaves whole to avoid murky lemonade (and bits of green in your teeth).
Sweet Tea LemonadeSweet tea and lemonade are staples at most Southern weddings. Combining the two makes for a refreshing, kid-friendly (and grownup-friendly) beverage.
Honeydew SpritzThis is just as refreshing as the usual melon wedges, without the sticky fingers. Orange-flower water adds a hint of the exotic. If you're making it for a picnic, tote the purée in a clamp-top bottle, and don't forget ice for glasses.
Blackberry Pisco SoursPisco is a South American grape brandy popular in Peru and Chile. If you can't find it in your area, feel free to substitute white tequila, grappa, or vodka. Don't be alarmed by the strength of this new classic; it's a cocktail that's meant to be sipped and savored.
Lemon-Blueberry Sweet TeaTry 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 SangriaPour 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 CocktailThe 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 LatteFor 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.
Classic LimeadeWith minimal ingredients and fresh lime juice, this classic limeade is the perfect Summer thirst quencher.
The SL Mint JulepOur go-to recipe for the quintessential Derby-day drink
Pineapple-Citrus PunchThis tropical mixture will take you right to the beach, wherever you are. Garnish with fresh pineapple wedges for maximum style.
Homemade Cherry SodaCreate 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 ShandyTo make this sweet-tart cocktail, puree apples, lemon juice and ginger. Garnish with lemon wedges and ginger if desired.
Watermelon-Lime CoolersSweetened with honey and garnished with fresh watermelon skewers, these coolers are guaranteed to be a hit at the next cookout or pool party.
White SangriaCool 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.