Bachelorette Party -perfect Prep-ahead Party Drinks

Bachelorette PartyWhat’s a bachelorette party without the drinks? If you’re the chosen maid of honor, you’ll have to host the “final fling before the ring” party for the bride who could be a best friend, a sister or a close relative. With the pressure, deciding about the right cocktails would be the first on your list.  If you want to host and enjoy the party too, the perfect cocktail drinks for the party must be easy to prepare with just a few ingredients, easy to clean up and inexpensive.

For cocktails that you can do in advance, check out these suggestions by the Wedding Chicks, Easy Bachelorette Party Drink Recipes.

Signature cocktails for any kind of event are really cute, tasty, and personalized but we’ll be the first to admit they can be hard to prep and quite expensive. A bachelorette party is a great example of a get together where you will definitely want to have a bangin’ drink available for guests… but one that can prepped ahead of time, requires minimal ingredients, hardly any clean up, and doesn’t break the bank. How do you want to party? Bust out the shot glasses or sip on these cocktail recipes – you choose…either way these easy bachelorette party drink recipes will provide a great night of fun!”

  1. Pink Panty Dropper

This recipe makes 1.5 quarts (1.4 liters) and only calls for four ingredients:

  • 20 ounces Vodka
  • one packet pink lemonade (prepared1packet per quart)
  • two 12 -ounce cans Diet Cherry 7 Up
  • one12-ounce can light beer

To prepare, just combine the first two ingredients, stir, add plenty of ice cubes and mix well. Pour in the beer and garnish with lemon slices or other fruits you desire.

      2. Skinny Spiked Sparkling Lemonade

This summer drink makes 3 quarts (2.8 liters) using three Ingredients.

  • 25 ounces Malibu Rum
  • four 17-ounce Sparkling ICE Lemonade
  • four halved limes

To mix, fill a jug or decanter with plenty of ice, extract the limes over the ice. Add the spirit before giving it a stir. Pour in the sparkling lemonade, give it another stir and serve.

     3. Adios Mother F***** (AMF)

This cocktail has the most number of ingredients, but it will certainly give the night a good reason to be memorable. It makes 3 quarts (2.8 liters) and uses seven Ingredients.

  • 6 ounces Vodka
  • 6 ounces Rum
  • 6 ounces Tequila
  • 6 ounces Gin
  • 6 ounces Blue Curacao Liqueur
  • 24 ounces Classic Sweet and Sour Mix
  • 24 ounces 7 Up

To mix, just put all the spirits ingredients in a large pitcher or dispenser. Add the ice and pour Sweet and Sour Mix. Add the 7 Up. Stir and serve.

      4. Easy Sangria

This Rachael Ray, summery cocktail recipe makes 2 quarts (2.8 liters) and needs five ingredients.

  • one seedless baby watermelon
  • six plums
  • 1 pint blueberries
  • two bottles of rose wine
  • 8 ounces elderflower liqueur

To make the cocktail, make melon balls a few hours before the party. Put these in a large cocktail bowl or dispenser. Slice up the blueberries and plums into wedges and add to the bowl of melon balls. Stir in the rose wine and elderflower liqueur. Chill in the fridge; serve it icy cold.

       5. Twisted Arnold Palmer

This pleasant cocktail is given a twist. It makes 2 quarts (2.8 liters) and only uses two ingredients.

  • 20 ounces Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka
  • 40 ounces Lemonade

To prepare, just combine the two ingredients and serve over ice. You may add a wedge of lemon as a trimming.

For some special touches, use cocktail glasses that can make for the presentation to make it suit your theme, if you have any. Naughty types can’t be more appropriate especially if these go hand in hand with naughty appetizers. For casual or intimate gatherings of the closest pals, and when you want the drinks to hit you faster, use the shot glasses to do the rest of the work.

To have a perfect party, think of those who do not take alcoholic drinks or need to abstain. Having another dispenser of zero-alcohol drinks can be more exciting as everyone (breastfeeding moms, moms-to-be and those on meds) joins in the fun.

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