Our Guide to the Best Cocktails for Your Fall Wedding Celebrations

Here on the East Coast we've unofficially bid goodbye to the easy breezy summer and are looking ahead to the leaves changing color and a cool crisp entering the air. While it might be time to pack away the beach chairs and rosé don't shed a tear too fast because with fall comes a delicious batch of apples, pumpkins and my favorite, cinnamon everything. Which is why today I am inspired to whip up some classic fall cocktail spirits for any of your upcoming wedding celebrations!

Drunken Pumpkin Pie Latte
Source- The Wholesome Dish
The Drunken Pumpkin Latte: Every Starbucks lover knows that it's not fall until the coveted Pumpkin Spice Latte hits the shelves, but how about turning that PG beverage into a spiked one? Mixed with Rum Chata and Pumpkin Pie Vodka this beverage can be served hot or cold!

Rosemary Mezcal Apple Cider
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Rosemary Mezcal Apple Cider: If you're a tequila lover then it's time to give it's cousin Mezcal a try with a fall inspired Rosemary Mezcal Apple Cider. Paired with lime juice, rosemary, sea salt and agave the apple cider and mezcal come together to create one smooth finish!

Source- The Cookie Rookie
Pear Vanilla Cocount Cooler- If you're not ready to say goodbye to the tropical summer how about easing into this next cocktail by blending delicious Coconut with a very Fall Pear to create a one of a kind concoction? Substitute salt for coconut flakes around the rim and this can even be dessert!

Autumn Punch
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Autumn Apple Sangria: If you're looking for more of a set it and forget it cocktail how about this next Autumn punch? Make a huge batch and leave it in a fill it yourself jug so guests can enjoy a unique drink without having to wait in line for a customized cocktail.

Black-Velvet-2Source: Cup of Zest
Black Velvet
: When it comes to cocktails my husband and I are always at odds since I prefer bubbly sweet champagne and he loves his ice cold beer. If you're having a similar tug of war then this next drink is for you. They call it the Black Velvet and it couldn't be any easier to make. Just one part stout and one part champagne. Compromising has never tasted so good!

Make your fall celebration your guests will not forget with one of these memorable Fall inspired cocktails


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