I found this delicious raspberry cosmopolitan recipe from Creative Culinary and instantly knew that I needed to make my own version for my friend Amber’s Halloween bachelorette party. The colors for the Ghoul’s Night Out party were hot pink and black – so this bright cocktail was a must. Plus, the drink went amazingly well with the raspberry mousse I made for dessert.
For the drink to match my Halloween Ghouls Night Out Invitations and Party Favors, I needed to add a spooky touch to the martini glasses. So, I hand painted black bloody drips just above the stem of each one. I used black acrylic paint (which washed off with water after the party), but you can use an enamel paint if you’d like the design to be permanent.
I also dipped the fims in pink decorator's sugar to finish off the look. The final result was stunning, and each of the guests got to enjoy a cosmo before heading out on the town for the night.
Before heading out for the night, I also made sure each of the girls took a bottle of my "Spirited Elixir". The black and pink Ghoul’s Night Out Halloween Party Water Bottle Labels looked great on the party table and matched my Ghoul's Night Out Halloween Invitation, too.
I even personalized the labels with a message for "Amber's Coven". The bride-to-be loved it, and she also managed to stay hydrated throughout the night, too!
Like my Halloween bachelorette party drinks? Check out my other Ghoul's Night Out party posts, too, for more ideas: