A brunch just wouldn’t be the same without a few good mimosas. It is definitely an essential when hosting a brunch. There are many different ways you can serve mimosas but my personal favorite is entertaining with a mimosa bar. A mimosa bar allows your guests to get creative and have fun. They are so simple to construct that all it takes is a little bit of this and a little bit of that and voilà – mimosa bar. There are however a few basic things to consider but, for the most part, the possibilities are endless.
Things you’ll need:
Different fruit options (at least 3)
Different Champagne options (at least 2)
Different Juice options (at least 3)
Labels for Juices
Small flower arrangement
Creating the look:
By having different fruits, champagnes and juice options, you’re giving your guests the chance for continuous fun with each drink. Wine charms are a great entertaining tool. There’s nothing worse than taking a sip from someone else’s glass- so be sure to invest in some sort of way to mark guest glasses. Because this mimosa bar will be the center of attention, try to stage it uniquely. For example, we used an old dresser but you can add your own flair- it’s part of the fun. To finish the look add a few fun details like labels for your juices and try your hand at a small flower arrangement for a visual appeal. This article was featured on Occasions online- be sure to check it out.