Summer weddings can be a lot of fun but the sun and the heat can get in the way of the celebration and leave your guests uncomfortable. The best way to beat the summer heat is by cooling off with a chilled glass of your favourite summer drink. The mehendi ceremony which generally takes place in the afternoon and is full of dancing needs a cooling element. So, try these amazing summer drinks to make your guests have a great time while dancing the afternoon away.

1. Iced Tea

This drink is quite popular for all occasions as it is super refreshing and extremely easy to make. There are so many flavours to choose from like lemon, peach, orange, strawberry, lime and so many more. Load your glass with ice and add tea infusion mixed with your favourite fruit. The drink can also be sweetened according to the preference of the guest.

2. Mojito

Mojito is popular worldwide as it rejuvenates the body with its fresh goodness. This drink can be both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Just squeeze some lemon juice, mint and sugar with a splash of club soda and there you have a classic drink.  

3. Aam Panna

Aam Panna has become synonymous with Indian summers and is made from raw mangoes, mint leaves, cumin powder and black salt. These ingredients are quintessentially used in Indian kitchens and help to cool down the body internally. The guest will be pleased with a homemade aam panna.

4. Iced Fruit Punch

In order to quench the thirst of the guests, fruit punch should be your go-to drink. This drink is like a sip of summer as it is packed with tropical fruits infused with the fizzy goodness of the soda. Pineapples, strawberries, grapes, oranges, apples, watermelon etc merge together to form this delightful and tasty drink.

5. Mimosa

This drink is traditionally made with any type of sparkling wine and juice from any citrus fruit like lime, lemon, orange. It is perfect for a brunch and feels like an explosion of flavours in your mouth.

6. Chilled Sangria

In the summer a sangria is best made with sparkling wine like chardonnay, rose, pinot or prasseca. This can be coupled with fresh fruits like strawberries, pineapple, grapes, oranges etc. To have a chilled glass of sangria without watering it down with ice, you can freeze some grapes and add them to your drink.

7. Coconut Water

No other drink provides as much energy as a glass of coconut water. It is packed with electrolytes which provide instant energy. You can serve plain coconut water or add kaffir lime for a sour kick.

Also Read: What Not To Do A Week Before Your Wedding


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