Whether you’re hosting an engagement party, bridal brunch, baby shower, or a weekend get-together just because, Smarty has everything you need to easily assemble a mimosa bar! Spring is full of celebrations, and a mimosa bar, overflowing with sweetness and color, makes a great refreshment station. Besides its stunning display, a mimosa bar lets guests design their own colorful cocktails while offering a low-maintenance serving option for the hostess. Juice and fruit bring so many beautiful colors to the table, the only decor you need is a few fresh-cut flowers.
Setting up a mimosa bar is simple. Start with champagne in an ice bucket, then add carafes of juice, and bowls of fresh fruit. We served lemons, raspberries, grapefruit, limes, strawberries and oranges. The juices we served were pineapple, grapefruit, cran-raspberry, orange, blackberry, and mango-passion fruit.
Set up champagne flutes on either end of the bar, and place a pick in each flute. The picks make it easy for guests to add fruit to their mimosas. We created “Cheers!” labels to attach to each pick and labeled the juices. All that’s left to do is pour the bubbly, add some juice, top with fruit, and cheers!
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Styling: Ashley Dolan and Ashleigh Johnson