Mark the occasion and toast the bride and groom on their wedding day with a festive punch. Spiked with champagne or sparkling with fruit juice and soda, our colorful, special-occasion punch recipes make the perfect wedding sippers.See Popular Wedding Punch Recipes
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This easy coffee drink is great served at a brunch as an alternative to hot coffee.
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.
Here is a quick and easy lemonade punch recipe for a kid's summer party.
Make the fruit-studded ice ring for this festive punch up to 3 days ahead.
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.
When the occasion calls for drinks without alcohol, try this sparkling, fruity punch.
Chilled champagne and pineapple juice combine for a bubbly tropical drink designed for Christmas celebrations.
Frozen peach slices replace ice cubes in this fruity nonalcoholic punch.
Peaches give this punch a smooth consistency that goes well with many appetizers. Substitute frozen sliced strawberries for a refreshing variation.
Filled with fresh fruit, this wine drink can double as a beverage and an appetizer.