Engage your guests in a wedding punch that matches your reception theme. From wedding punch spiked with rum to fruit punch sans alcohol, these easy recipes are the perfect drinks to celebrate your union.See Popular Wedding Punch Recipes
Try different mint flavors, such as spearmint, apple, orange, and peppermint, in this fizzy fruit and tea punch.
This red punch is festive at Christmas but can be served any time of the year.
This bubbly, sweet-tart cocktail combines sparkling wine, dessert wine and deep-red pomegranate juice.
Darjeeling tea has more floral notes than ordinary black tea. For a boozy drink, add a tablespoon of vodka, gin or bourbon to each glass before pouring in punch.
To make this drink well ahead of serving, combine the ingredients and freeze until slushy. For a kids' party, omit the rum, and freeze the fruit juice mixture as frozen pops.
Here is a quick and easy lemonade punch recipe for a kid's summer party.
This punch is named for a famously private and exclusive social organization founded in Charleston, South Carolina, in the 18th century. The recipe can easily be doubled.
This punch is named for a quiet, windswept point on the rocky coast of Maine. I made this punch there for the summer wedding of two friends. The caraway-flavored aquavit was made in Norway, near the bride's hometown.
The beauty of serving this punch by the glass is that you can make a special concoction for each guest. Children will enjoy this tea with lemon-lime soda, and adults might like a splash of Champagne or an American sparkling wine.
Ginger ale adds a fresh bubbly taste to this party punch. Lime wedges make for a flavorful garnish.
Chilled champagne and pineapple juice combine for a bubbly tropical drink designed for Christmas celebrations.
Use apple juice to give a rich golden color to this spiced sipper.
When fall is in the air, serve this beverage that combines apple-cranberry juice, plums, and your choice of a fruity white wine.
Frozen peach slices replace ice cubes in this fruity nonalcoholic punch.