Here are some great ideas to create a fresh and fun mimosa bar!
Champagne is just so festive! And a mimosa bar is such a timeless, one-size-fits-all crowd pleaser. A mimosa bar ensures that there is a perfectly custom drink for each and every guest. Simply start with some champs (the essence of a mimosa), then add a little juice and some fruit to your bubbly. We’ll cheers to that!
- Champagne – Make sure you also include some sparkling cider or sparkling water as well. When it comes to deciding what type of champagne goes best with your mimosa, you can view this article on myrecipes
- Juice – Okay, here’s where you can start to get creative! We chose an Orange Mango juice blend, cranberry, and grapefruit juice for a variety of colors and flavors, but feel free to choose any combination of juices that you’d like! We displayed the juice in these clear carafes, because it looks so much more polished than serving the juice in the original store-bought containers.
- Fruit – Again, you can choose any fruit combinations that sound delicious to you to infuse with your mimosa. The best fruit to use in mimosas are usually orange slices, raspberries, and strawberries. You can get more fruit ideas and fun recipes atcountry living! We displayed our fruit on these cute colorful mini-trays!
- Festive glasses – The only way to improve on champagne mixed with fruity juice is to serve them up in these cute champagne flutes. Bonus: these flutes are plastic, so they are durable enough for those who wish to brunch outside, drink in hand, without worrying about glassware shattering.
how to put together a mimosa bar recipe instructions
We’ll cheers to this festive mimosa bar DIY!
- Sparkling cider or sparkling water
- Orange juice
- Grapefruit juice
- Cranberry cocktail juice
- Oranges, thinly sliced
- Pour all juice into carafes
- Chill champagne and sparkling cider
- Set out champagne flutes
- Fill mini trays with fruit and set out