Make Your Own Mimosa Bar
Impress your brunch guests with a bubbly spread
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
May 13, 2021
National Mimosa Day on May 16. Raise your breakfast game with a full mimosa bar. Here are our tips to make a mimosa masterpiece for your next birthday bash, bridal shower, or summer soiree.
Choose the Champs: Dry or semi-dry Champagne tends to work best. Keep your sparkle bomb in the fridge for a few hours or chill it in an ice bucket half filled with ice and half with water for about 20 minutes before you’re ready to serve it.
The Magical Flute: A champagne flute is a must for your mimosa fest. Chill the glasses ahead of time and have them out so your guests can easily serve themselves. For a personal touch, add name tags or glass tags to each flute. If you’re celebrating a birthday, coat the rim of each glass in frosting and then dip them in sprinkles for that extra special sweet and festive touch.
Get Juicy: Orange juice is considered the main squeeze of a mimosa mixer. But consider matching your fizzy cocktail with a new partner: Think seasonal juices, like apple cider in the fall or peach juice in the summer. Keep it in a carafe or a pitcher served cold.
Fruity Fun: Garnishing your mimosa with fresh fruit adds a pop of flavor and fun. Blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries are reliable options. You can also experiment with tropical fruits like kiwi or star fish.
Special Touches: Add flowers to your mimosa bar or a chalkboard sign with a fun note. Get creative!