Why don’t you… Create a Champagne Mimosa Bar?

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On Monday I shared the DIY Fabric Scrap Banner I crafted for my sister’s wedding shower, and I told you there would be many more details to follow…well I wasn’t kidding!  You may have caught a glimpse of the champagne cocktail/ mimosa bar in one the photos from Monday’s post…so now I’m sharing details on how you can create your own, including free mimosa bar printables!

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Create Your Own DIY Champagne Cocktail/ Mimosa Bar

GATHER UP

  • Champagne (I had 8 bottles for 35 people)
  • 3 different types of juice (I used fresh orange juice, V8 Splash Mango Peach, and V8 Splash Berry Blend)
  • assorted diced fruit (I had blueberries, strawberries, mango, kiwi, peach, pear, lemon, lime)
  • bowls for fruit ( I used square glass bowls from the Dollar Tree)
  • carafes for fruit juices
  • large tub with ice for champagne (I used an antique wooden tool box)
  • disposable champagne flutes
  • mimosa bar sign & juice tags (see free printable below)

METHOD

Use these free champagne cocktail/ mimosa bar printables for your display!

Champagne Cocktail Bar Sign Printable (5″ x 7″):   Click to open Word Doc  Champagne Cocktail Juice Tags:  Click to open Word Doc (insert text boxes over juice names to change them)

I printed my tags on light blue card stock, but you can use any kind of heavy paper.  To attach the tags, I punched holes in the corners and wrapped around the carafes with twine.

A couple hours before beginning the champagne cocktail bar, cut fruit into small diced pieces & refrigerate.  About an hour before beginning, pour ice into a large tub & chill champagne.  Display diced fruit in bowls with spoons & fill carafes with fruit juice.  Add any other refreshments you’d like, I added fresh lemonade & white sangria to my display!

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The DIY Mimosa bar is a fabulous concept for a wedding shower, baby shower, or just about ANY celebration because it’s super fun & interactive! Guest will have a blast sharing & creating their own unique concoctions.

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Presentation is key!  Be sure to use glass juice carafes & nice dishes to display the fruit for the right effect. Luckily the supplies are super inexpensive, I found mine at the Dollar Tree & you’d never know it!

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I added a white sangria & fresh lemonade to my display just to give guests a bit more variety!

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Here’s the big picture with the festive fabric scrap banner too!

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4 responses to “Why don’t you… Create a Champagne Mimosa Bar?

  1. Just wondering where you were able to find disposable champagne flutes? I have been searching for a couple months and have not been able to find any!

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