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If you're looking for tips for saving money on your wedding — one of my absolute favorites is to serve a signature cocktail (or two)! Instead of offering a fully-stocked, top shelf open bar, choosing a signature drink or two will give your guests some tasty libations without a large liquor bill. Signature cocktails can further personalize your big day. Both you and your partner can choose your favorite drinks to be served and shared with all of your guests. It gives them a taste of your own personal tastes! Plus, who doesn't like trying new cocktails?

As I mentioned previously, I've been having a little fun at home mixing up some tasty and simple drink recipes, and I decided it would be fun to share some of them with all of you! I'm sharing these yummy cocktail recipes here on the blog as a series I've dubbed “Savvy Signature Sips.” So fun, right?

I decided to whip up a tasty twist on a Martini with a festive Winter spin, so I put together this chilly Winter beverage which I am calling the Partridge in a Pear Tree Martini! The recipe includes Carpano Bianco Vermouth that I recently received to try. The cocktail turned out quite tasty! I think I'll be enjoying a few of these as I decorate my tree this weekend! 🙂

Partridge in a Pear Tree MartiniIngredients:

 

Partridge in a Pear Tree Martini

Combine ingredients in a shaker and shake well. Serve with a pear wedge and a dusting of Cinnamon. This cocktail is so delightfully Wintery and delicious!

Partridge in a Pear Tree Martini Partridge in a Pear Tree Martini

I think this drink would make a great signature cocktail for your big day, don't you?

I hope you enjoyed this installment of our Savvy Signature Sips series! What cocktail concoction should I make next?

Cheers, y'all!

Jessica

Carpano Bianco provided product to help me to create this post. All opinions are my own. Please drink responsibly.

Credits

Vintage Glassware: From my friend Kari Joy's collection | Camera: Canon 70D | Lens: 50mm

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