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Orange is not your typical go-to color for flowers. Lots of pinks, whites, and reds often adorn tables. That's why we like the bright pop of orange to create a striking yet tasteful table. These flowers bring in poppies, orange roses, and astrantia to create a beautiful table. We'd also add in orange plumerias to give it that tropical feel.
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This dramatic scene is part of a color-themed pop-up, encouraging attendees to color their hair. While we don't think you should go for orange hair, the overall bright orange vibe with orange accent lighting definitely gives a nostalgic feel. Adding in the gold highlights adds a little more glimmer and glamour to the scene.
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For entertainment, invite your guests to be their own mixologists. Give them all the ingredients that may be in both a cocktail or a mocktail, and let them create something fantastic.
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Orange colored drinks are not hard to come by as the citrusy and tangy sweetness balances the smoky flavors of most drinks such as bourbon. This one, called the Triple Crown, uses Montenegro Amaro, which is akin to a sour mix that you might find in a whiskey sour.
1 ounce (30ml) bourbon
3/4 ounce (20ml) Pamplemousse
3/4 ounce (20ml) fresh lemon juice from 1 lemon
3/4 ounce (20ml) Montenegro Amaro
Lemon twist, for garnish
Add bourbon, Pamplemousse, lemon juice, and Amaro to a cocktail shaker. Fill 2/3 full with ice and shake until well chilled, about 15 seconds.
Strain into a cocktail coupe, garnish with a lemon twist and serve immediately.