• Lisa De Armas

DIY Mimosa Bar

Spring is here and there are so many things to celebrate, we have Mother's Day, Graduations, Bridal Showers, and Baby Showers. A mimosa bar is the perfect way to add a little fun to any festivity.


Setting up a mimosa bar doesn't need to be complicated and I even did some of the work for you. I have created the labels for the juices, and a coordinating Mimosa Bar sign. I even created a fun take on the Mimosa Bar and made a Mom-Osa Bar sign for Mother's Day.


A mimosa bar is more than just a drink station. It creates an activity for your guests to create and decorate their own drink, and if you add flowers, and colorful bowls to your mimosa bar it can also be decor.





Supplies For The Mimosa Bar

Carafes or pitchers for the juice- I have linked some here, here and here

Champagne flutes- I have linked some here, here and here

Bowls for the fruit- I have linked some here, here and here

Tongs for the fruits- I linked some here, here and here

Cardstock for the printable

Hole punch

String

8x10 frame

3 inch circle punch here or scissors

Ice Bucket- I have linked some here, here and here

Flowers (optional)


Ingredients For The Mimosa Bar

Champagne- While I love a good champagne don't waste the expensive stuff on a mimosa. Instead use a dry sparkling wine, Brut or Prosecco. We tend to enjoy our bubbly so, one bottle (750ML) can make 6-8 mimosas for us.

Juices

~Orange

~Cranberry

~Pineapple

~Grapefruit

~Mango

~Peach

Possibilities are endless

Fruit

~Strawberries

~Blue Berries

~Pineapple

~Raspberries

~Peaches

~Citrus Fruits

Possibilities are endless


All of the printables can be downloaded and saved. I recommend printing them on cardstock paper.

 

I created 3 different color schemes all with matching labels for the juices and both Mimosa and Mom-Osa Bar signs. You can find them here or click the images below




 

If you are still looking for a gift for the mom in your life, I have some gift ideas for you.








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