For a laid-back vibe at an overseas wedding, serve cocktails in coconut shells. To make them, cut the tops off coconuts, scoop out the flesh and fill with your favourite cocktail. Decorate with glacé cherries threaded onto paper umbrellas and wedges of pineapple. Finish with brightly coloured straws.
Coconut shells, £1.95 each, C Best. Pina colada cocktails, £5.50 each, Nomad Food&Design. Cocktail umbrellas, £1.75 for 12, Silly Jokes. Glacé cherries, £2 for 100g, Sainsbury's. Straws, £1.53 for 250, Party Plastics. Napkin with map design, from £350 for 100, Couture Maps.
As seen in the May/June 2010 issue of Brides.
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