You guys, I worked on a really fun story for work recently—it’s all about how to create a red, white, and blue mimosa bar for Independence Day! (I know I’m a little belated here, but it’s still Fourth of July weekend.) Coming up with the idea, selecting which products to feature, ironing out all of the details on which foods and drinks we’d need to stock up on, and then putting it all together was a blast—and I think the end product turned out really well! Check out some of the photos:
So fun and festive, right? You can get the full instructions on how to create the mimosa bar for yourself at WomensHealthMag.com, but here are some of the basics:
- You’ll want to buy lots of bubbly, along with red, white, and blue juices and red, white, and blue fruits. We did cherry juice, coconut/white cranberry juice (coconut juice is whiter but also harder to find), blueberry juice, strawberries, raspberries, white peaches, apples, blueberries, and blackberries. Of course, if you’re making a mimosa bar for another occasion, you can coordinate the juices and fruits to be appropriate colors for that event. This would work really well for a bridal shower featuring the wedding colors, for example.
- Then just arrange everything with a bunch of glasses in a pretty way, and you’re ready to go! If you’re using the same juices we used, you might want to take advantage of these free printable juice labels and straw tags.