8 Pretty Spring Cocktails You’ll Want To Sip On This Season

Pop the corks and grab your favorite vintage coupe, it’s time for spring cocktails! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite (and prettiest) cocktails to help get you inspired for spring flings, garden parties or just a fun night in with your girlfriends.

You’ll be drinking these spring cocktails all season long!

Sweet Georgia Peach Smash: Full of peach flavor and edible flowers? Sounds like spring to us!

Rhubarb + Rosé Ramos Gin Fizz: Rhubarb is in season from April through June, which makes this the perfect spring cocktail. 

Rosemary, Grapefruit & Gin Cocktail: The sweet and tart combo of grapefruit and rosemary syrup will have you coming back for more.

Cherry Blossom Cocktail: What says spring more than cherry blossoms? This gin-based cocktail is an absolute must this season. 

Coconut Gin Crush: While coconut might feel more like summer, the floral spin gives it the perfect seasonal touch.

“The Garden Party” Floral Fizz: The perfect combination of spring florals—lavender, rose water, hibiscus and elderflower—the name says it all!

Smoking Rose Paloma: Did someone say tequila? We love a good paloma, and the addition of floral elements makes this one just perfect. 

White Peach Margarita: The perfect cocktail for all those fun spring dinner parties!

Looking for more tasty spring treats? Check out 10 Spring Dinner Recipes To Try and This Is The Best Piña Colada Recipe We’ve Ever Tried.

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Author: Samantha Welker

Samantha Welker is the business manager at Glitter Guide. She has an Master's in Corporate Finance & Sustainability from Harvard Business School but prefers working in the creative industry. She also hosts a weekly business podcast for creative women called Pretty Okay Podcast. She loves spending time with her husband and her son, Rocky, in sunny San Diego. Follow along on Instagram