Mimosa bars are the perfect addition to many celebrations; bridal showers, a Sunday brunch, jewelry/clothing parties, birthday parties, engagement parties and many more. Not only are mimosa's easy to make, they're delicious to drink.
The classic mimosa is Champagne and Orange Juice, however there are a variety of creatives way to serve this popular drink. One of the latest trends is adding fruit such as pomegranates, blueberries or raspberries or puree of certain fruits like peach or grapefruit.
We kept our mimosa bar simple by only serving one option, which we prepared by combining champagne and pink lemonade. Beware, providing too many ingredients and options for guests to choose from can result in a messy and unappealing bar. Not to mention a lot more work than necessary in preparing the beverages for your party.
Another recommendation for an eye-catching bar is to pick a color scheme that compliments or accentuates your cocktail. Here, we chose gold and black accents to compliment our pink mimosa. Black is not typically the first color choice for a mimosa bar, but it really made the pink and gold pop and overall gave the bar look of a classy celebration.
Creating a mimosa bar is fun and easy, so get creative with yours and enjoy this delicious beverage at your next celebration.