Some people say that Valentine's Day should be celebrated all year long — love should never be contained to a single day. We feel the same way about these cocktails. Raise a glass on Valentine's Day, and every day for that matter.
Pretty and pink, this fruity drink is made for a classy night with your beau. Fresh rose petals and raspberries give this gin cocktail a gorgeous pink hue.
Oh stop, you're making us blush. This tangy cocktail is a medley of the best flavors — elderflower, lemon, and grapefruit.
This lemony-ginger cocktail will spice up your love life (as if it's not spicy enough already). Add a pinch of cayenne pepper for an extra dose of lovin'.
This triple berry martini upgrades traditional mixology with dry ice — alas, no magic required. Your S.O. doesn't have to know that, though.
Add a little bubbly and fruity flavor to your glass of vino. Heart-shaped ice cubes make this gorgeous concoction even more holiday-appropriate.
Blushing cocktails are the new blushing brides — cointreau, rose water and raspberry juice come together for an outright lovely aperitif.
This moody red cocktail is a sturdy masculine addition in a sea of pink drinks. Your man might appreciate it.
Valentine's Day is about showing affection towards the people you love, not just that one special someone. Make this pretty hot cocoa — rose-infused marshmallows and all — for little ones. They'll be tickled pink.
Cheers to another year of romance with these fizzy and sweet raspberry cocktails, complete with rose petals for garnish.
Smoothies and wine. Now that's a match made in heaven.
Honestly Yum made her own grenadine for this lovely (and aesthetically pleasing) drink. Extra gold stars for effort!
Subtle but surprising notes of hibiscus upgrade champagne, a Valentine's Day staple.
The fusion of sweet rosé, tart lemon and earthly rose results in a light cocktail that stimulates the senses.
Switch out champagne for ginger ale and you've made this appropriate for the kids.
We take our Valentine's Day margs on the rocks with a sugar rim. Sweetness is the key.
Or try a chocolate sprinkle rim for this kid-friendly mocktail. Red velvet ice creamy goodness? Let's just hope there's some left over after the kids are through.
This stunning cocktail calls for an egg white — seems counterintuitive, but combined with rosé, grapefruit juice and sugar syrup, sweetness wins out.
The classic Moscow Mule gets a touch of festive V-Day flair with strawberry soda.
This pink drink is quite the refresher thanks to cool gin and fizzy club soda.
Ruby blood orange juice and warm bourbon are the foundation of this Valentine's Day cocktail. But rosemary sprigs and orange grinds make it beautiful.