I recently blogged about “How to Create Your Own Bagel Bar” and then I realized what fun it would be to add a Mimosa Bar! Besides its stunning display, a mimosa bar lets guests design their own colorful cocktails. Juice and fruit bring so many beautiful colors to the table.
Setting up a mimosa bar is simple. Start with champagne in an ice bucket, then add carafes of juice, and bowls of fresh fruit. You can serve lemons, raspberries, grapefruit, limes, strawberries and oranges. You can also several difference juices like 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 mimosa. Guests just pour the bubbly, add some juice, top with fruit, and cheers! Story courtesy of Smarty Had a Party.
I would like to hear from you. What was your favorite Mimosa?
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