Marry Me Margaritas! Simple Signature Cocktails for Your Summer Wedding

What cocktail screams summer more than an ice cold margarita? Better yet, a Marry Me Margarita, as we like to call them! Of course you could do a delicious classic margarita, but why stop there? Take the opportunity to change it up with different fruits, spirits and even a little champagne. We love the look of these margaritas, as they are simple, elegant and you can even pick a recipe that compliments the color scheme of your wedding. Want to make them a mocktail? Easy! Just leave out the alcohol. Mouth-watering and oh-so pretty to look at, these Marry Me Margaritas are sure to be the hit of your summer wedding reception.

Spicy Pineapple Margaritas

This pretty pineapple margarita recipe is simple to make and perfectly balanced with the most delicious sweet and spicy flavors. Yellow in color for a festive look!

Fresh Strawberry Margaritas

Strawberry margaritas are a classic! But instead of frozen strawberries, how about beautiful fresh ones? Five simple ingredients and you have a cocktail to WOW your guests. Serve this vibrant red cocktail frozen or on the rocks.

Sparkling Champagne Margarita

Want an instant party? Just break out the bubbly! These sparkling champagne margaritas are the perfect quick and easy drink to celebrate! Their simple and elegant appearance are perfect for any style wedding.

Blueberry Margaritas

Behold the blueberry! This refreshing margaritas recipe is super simple to make, sweetened with loads of fresh blueberries and lime juice. And can we talk about the color? Stunning!

Coconut Margaritas

Put the lime in the coconut! This frozen margarita recipe is subtly sweet, hydrating (made with coconut water!) and perfectly limey. We love the stunning elegant white color, perfect for a beach wedding.

Grapefruit Margarita

This grapefruit margarita recipe is delicious and crisp when made with fresh grapefruit juice. And the whimsical pinkish color is just so lovely!

All photo and recipes credits courtesy of Gimme Some Oven.