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If there is anything I love than a mimosa bar, it’s a DIY mimosa bar! Which is why I had to include a DIY mimosa bar for my sister’s bridal shower.
If you missed part 1, my lovely sister is getting married this summer. Her and her fiance have their very own homesteading farm and are growing all their own flowers for the wedding. Since none of us had any expertise in floral arranging, we decided to have a floral arranging bridal shower! It turned out to be a huge success and everyone had a blast.
To get everyone’s creative juices flowing, a DIY mimosa bar is a must. It’s also a great ice breaker. A bridal shower is likely to bring people together from all facets of the bride’s life. Which means it can be a little awkward while everyone is getting to know each other. But, letting them all make mimosas together and chat about the flavors each is choosing is a perfect way to get people talking. Trust me, everyone will love chatting about if lavender bitters go better with an orange or berry mimosa base.
Speaking of bitter, what I love about this DIY mimosa bar is the bitters. Bitters are an extra dash of exciting flavors that really take a mimosa up to the next level. A non alcoholic option is also important for people. Even for people who want some champs in their ‘mosa, a dry ginger ale can add extra flavor. And when it comes to juice, don’t limit yourself on orange juice. There are so many fun juice options! We had an orange pineapple papaya juice and a berry blend. Both were delish and brought a unique twist to the classic mimosa.
What you need for your own DIY mimosa bar:
Dry Ginger Ale
Fun Juice Options
Put it all together, step back, and watch the fun come to life!