Weddings are a time of celebration, and what screams ‘celebration’ more than punch?
These recipes will wow you and your guests, whether you want a boozy treat or a non-alcoholic concoction.
Each one of these punch recipes offers something amazing – whether it’s a potent prosecco or different fruits, there will be something here for everyone.
So, without further ado, let’s jump into it!
If you’re having a winter wedding, this sparkling non-alcoholic cranberry punch recipe might become your new favorite drink option.
It brings the taste of Christmas into your mouth and warms up your bones in a surprising, but pleasant way. It’s so much better than you think it will be, and that’s saying something.
Golden wedding punch is exactly that – golden! It’s made using frozen orange juice from concentrate, pineapple juice, lemon juice, and some other simple ingredients.
Add your favorite alcohol to it if you want to spice things up a little, but this non-alcoholic recipe is perfect already, and one that everyone will be able to enjoy.
This lemon and lime punch will be so refreshing, making it perfect for a summer wedding. It’s topped with lime sherbet, to add something super fun and interesting into the mix.
You and all your guests are going to love this drink immediately, plus the coloring is amazing!
Check out this easy and delicious tipsy mermaid punch! The coloring is beautiful, and the flavors are impeccable. You can’t help but be drawn to this concoction of all your favorite ingredients.
Non-alcoholic orange sherbet punch coming in! This is a must-try for a summer do. Guests of all ages will love it, and the kids will be able to join in on the fun, too. You owe that to them!
You just need to hear the name to know that this drink is going to be a popular option with the guests! Made with pineapple juice, lemonade, sherbet, and water, you can’t get any easier.
Mixed berry drinks are the ultimate summer wedding option. This mixed berry fruit punch is refreshing, fizzy, and packed full of all your favorite summer flavors.
There’s really nothing not to love about this easy drink.
Prosecco is a classic wedding drink, and this punch just pulls everything together to turn it into something even better. Everyone is going to love it.
This raspberry sorbet pink champagne flat recipe is a drink and a dessert in one, and it will make your mouth water. Delicious doesn’t even begin to describe it.
This non-alcoholic option is so good, you won’t even miss the alcohol. You only need three ingredients to make it, too!
White grape juice, pineapple juice, and ginger ale. Throw in raspberries or any other fruit when you’re done to pull it all together.
It’s time to crack out the rum, and we aren’t complaining!
This easy pineapple rum punch looks and tastes the part of a wonderful wedding punch, and everyone will keep coming back for more. It’s a paradise away from paradise.
This might be the ultimate refreshing drink. A cucumber honeydew cooler punch sounds spa-worthy, and it definitely is!
You won’t be able to get enough of it, especially on a hot, sunny day.
Almond and raspberry punch might sound like a strange direction to go into, but it really works! The almond extract in this punch will be a shock to the system, but a welcome one.
You can’t understand how good it is until you try it.
Anything with cranberries feels like it belongs in winter, right? Well, the raspberries added to this punch bring it back to summer a little, and give you something refreshing to enjoy.
Maybe it’s the perfect fall punch?
If you know that shandy is going to go down well, this summer shandy punch is going to be a great option for the big day.
It’s easy to make, and even easier to drink. Guests will love it, and you will love it.
There’s something special about peach punch, don’t you think? Well, this sparkling peach punch is going to be a refreshing drink that is perfect for a summer do.
A southern wedding without sparkling peach punch would be unheard of!
Punch is great and all, but how about slush punch? This pineapple strawberry slush punch will bring the party, and it’s perfect for a celebration.
Have this with your bridal party, and you’re in for a good time.
A southern classic, this pineapple sweet tea punch is going to have a queue of people lining up for more!
You’d better make sure that you bring enough ingredients to make several batches of this stuff, because it’s bound to be a favorite.
Well, a wedding is a celebration, so it makes sense to make this celebration fruit punch!
It isn’t too sweet, but is wonderfully refreshing and full of all your favorite fruits. Not to mention, it’s a sparkling drink!
This vanilla ice cream party punch is the perfect recipe for a summer wedding. It’s sweet, tasty, and will be the ultimate liquid dessert.
Make a non-alcoholic version of it so that everyone can join in the fun!
21. Creamsicle Punch
If you love creamsicles and want to incorporate them into your wedding, we don’t blame you! In fact, we will help you by giving you this creamsicle punch recipe to use (and love).
A refreshing citrus punch is perfect for any time of year, don’t you think? Summer, winter, and anything in between, and everyone will love it. It’s impossible not to appreciate it.
This non-alcoholic blueberry and lemon iced tea punch is a delightful southern classic, and one that you are bound to love. It’s got so many refreshing flavors, you won’t be able to get enough of it.
If you love a good sangria, then you probably know a hundred other people that do, too! Do everyone a favor and make this red sangria punch for you all to enjoy on the big day.
This fruity vodka punch is exactly what you would expect. It’s got fruit, it’s got vodka, and it’s absolutely delicious.
There you have it! If you have been struggling to think of the punch options you could serve at our venue, this should help.
Remember – you can make any minor changes to these recipes to really make them your own. You can also turn these drinks into non-alcoholic (or alcoholic) options if you want to!
Feel free to add different fruits and such things, too, if you want to try something a little different. There are so many variations to try.
It’s your wedding, you can make your booze how you want to.
Frequently Asked Questions
The original punch ingredients include water, spices, sugar, alcohol, and either lemon or lime. This term is thought to come from the Hindi word pāñć (पाँच), which means five!
Ideally, a punch should be made of 5-6% alcohol. Anything less and you won’t be able to taste the alcohol, and any more, and the alcohol might be too overpowering.
The type of alcohol you use in your punch will also play a key role in this, and you will need to consider the alcohol percentage, and also the flavor of the drink.
Most punch recipes can easily be made ahead of time if you like, and some recipes should be made ahead of time for the flavors to work!
However, the rules for hot and cold punch are different, as hot punch should only be prepared ahead of time up to the point of adding spirits.
You can serve any punch you like at a wedding! Depending on the bride and groom, and of course the guests, you can cater to all kinds of different needs.
It’s easy to serve both alcoholic and non-alcoholic punch, and also punch with various flavors. Consider any allergies, intolerances, or religious beliefs, and make your punch accordingly!
The best way to keep punch cool if you don’t have enough space for it in a refrigerator is to use a lot of ice cubes.
However, since you don’t want to water down the pun too much over time, you can make ice cups out of more punch, or use metal cubes. This will allow the flavor of the drink to remain strong.
Alternatively, you can also use frozen fruit as ice cubes to keep the drink cold. This might not work as well, however, as fruit can thaw very quickly.
We would recommend using frozen punch cubes, or metal “ice cubes” to get the best results.
You can expect your sparkling punch to lose its fizziness after around two hours. Because of this, you should avoid adding the sparkling component of the drink until right before serving.
This will give guests enough time to drink the punch and enjoy the sparkling element of it for as long as possible.