Add a Caribbean twist to your local wedding

Sometimes couples choose a local wedding over a destination wedding because of logistical issues but really wanted a Caribbean wedding.  If this is your dilemma, then why not add a touch of the Caribbean in your local wedding.  Signature drinks are a popular idea at weddings.  Why not take it one step further and make it have a tropical feel.  Don’t forget to garnish the drink with something edible but unique.  Leave the lime wedges for the standard bar menu:)

Cocktail Deeva-Tropical Hpnotiq Martini

Dee Brun from Cocktail Deeva has been kind enough to share one of her recipes with us:

Tropical Hpnotiq Martini

1 ounce Hpnotiq

1ounce vodka

3 ounces Pineapple juice

1 piece fresh orange

1 piece fresh grapefruit

Muddle orange and grapefruit with vodka and then pour into a shaker filled with ice. Add the rest of the ingredients and shake well. Strain into a martini glass and garnish with a goose berry.


Cocktail Deeva garnish ideas

Love that Cocktail Deeva signs her emails:

Cheers to a great cocktail and a killer pair of shoes…

photos provided by Tricia who you can follow on Twitter: @mumby  from Mabel


About Jennifer Borgh:

Specializing in destination weddings and local weddings in Toronto and York Region, Jennifer Borgh with her team of exceptional assistants and vendor connections ensure every single detail of your wedding is taken care of. Jennifer Borgh Events is a boutique planning company and doesn’t overbook.  Jennifer Borgh plans weddings and honeymoons FULL time and is therefore available when you need her!

Her extensive background in events has taken her all across the Caribbean.  Being Certified by The Wedding Planners Institute of Canada, Sandals and Travel Industry Council of Ontario leaves destination bridal parties completely worry-free in her capable hands.

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