About Hannah Wilson

Party Planner, Beverage Sipper and Champagne Lover.

Beverage Stations for Weddings


Couples are getting creative when it comes to styling what their guests are sippin’ on. Beverage bars offer a way to display your drink options while adding to the decor and encouraging interaction among guests. We garnish our displays with beautiful signs, whimsical straws, and antique apothecary jars and pitchers. Now this is a  recipe for success!  We provide an array of flavored beverage bars that are guaranteed to go down smooth.

Lavender Lemon Cocktail

4d0029d6794b5de1063d07d46a71cc51 We are working hard on our new cocktail menu and thinking about adding this lovely concoction of lavender, gin and honey to the list. Let us know what you think!


  • 2 oz gin
  • 3/4 oz lavender honey syrup
  • 1 oz lemon juice

Lavender Honey Syrup:

  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/8 cup hot water
  • 1 teaspoon dried lavender



Watermelon Mimosas

Watermelon Mimosa by FLUTE

If you are looking for a new idea for your Sunday brunch cocktail to change things up a little we have an idea for you! Why don’t you serve your guests a delicious Watermelon Mimosas! It’s simple to make and yum!

Here is what you need Watermelon Mimosas:

  • 1 small watermelon, peeled and cubed (to yield about 6 cups watermelon cubes)
  • Juice of 2 small limes
  • (1) 750ml bottle dry sparkling wine, chilled

Here is what to do:
Purée the watermelon cubes in a blender or food processor until smooth. Strain the watermelon using a fine-mesh strainer. Add the lime juice. Mix the watermelon mimosa with the champagne. Start with roughly equal parts of agua fresca to champagne, then tweak to your taste.


Photo by: Sea Star Arts

COCKTAIL TIPS: How To Juice Citrus

Citrus Juicing Tips From FLUTE

Here at FLUTE we love our Mojitos and we like to get the most juice from our lemons & limes! The easiest way to do so is to roll your fruit  between your palms and the countertop – they will be extra juicy when you squeeze them!