Mimosa Bar Styling & Printables

mimosa bar bridal showerThis past weekend I had the pleasure of helping out with my brother in-law’s fiancée’s bridal shower. I was in charge of the alcohol and had a blast pulling together this do-it-yourself Mimosa Bar. In case you’ve been living under a rock the last two years, Mimosa Bars are incredibly trendy and have been popping up all over Pinterest. It was a huge hit this Saturday and gave the guests an activity to do as they concocted their own unique cocktails catered to their preference.

mimosa bar with juicesWhen selecting juices focus on a citrus selection which pairs nicely with champagne. Fresh fruit as garnish is also a must and adds a nice visual touch. The party was estimated to have 25 to 30 guests so to cut back on costs I stocked up on six bottles of prosecco from Costco totaling to only $7 a bottle. For reference, if you are hosting a party this size four bottles was more than enough to cover all of the drinking since the champagne flute is filled halfway with juice.

diamond drink stirrersThe star attraction of this set-up were these adorable diamond drink stirrers I scored at Target. They helped pull together the theme of the day. Target also carries diamond paper straws which would be a great alternative.

mimosa bar printableFor the juice tags and Mimosa Bar instructions, I threw a design together on Photoshop. Feel free to download the attachments here: Mimosa Bar Instructions Printable || Mimosa Bar Juice Tag Printable. Simply download the PDF and print it up on computer paper or card stock and frame it to display by the drinks.

mimosa bar how toAnother happy purchase from this set-up were these juice carafes on Amazon that I found for only $5 a piece. They are very well constructed and feel expensive. I love that I now have a collection of them to use for future events.

mimosa bar set up bridal showerI encourage you to try this out the next time you are hosting a shower for your friends. It is incredibly easy to pull together and impressive. If you recreate this, let me know, I would love to see your set-up!

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9 comments

  1. Cynthia Chen says:

    Hi! These are so pretty! Any chance there is an editable version of this so we can make other matching signs?

  2. Melissa says:

    LOVED THIS! I used it for a shower and was just writing a blog post about it. Mind if I link/give credit to your site? I was only going to use my photos but wanted to link to ensure they knew where the idea came from.

  3. Karen says:

    This is just what I need for my daughter’s bridal shower. I, too, wonder if you can post an editable version so that I can make matching signs for food, other tables, etc…. Thank you!!

    • Kristin says:

      Hi Michelle!
      I LOVE this printable, it’s so cute and just what I need for my bridal shower.
      I do have a question, I haven’t been able to find any cute spears…is there a way to post an editable version? I was hoping to remove the “spear fruit” step and instead make the final step be “garnish with fresh fruit”.
      Thank you so much!

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