Mimosa Bar


Can you imagine that we are almost in mid April already?!  These months are flying by so fast and summer will be here very soon.  It's that time of the year to break out the drink stations with popping bottles and flavoring drinks to quench the thirst.  Many people feels that a drink station isn't possible unless you have a stand or bar cart but today you will find those aren't necessary.  Since, Mother's day is next month I want to show you how to setup a Mimosa bar to add to your scrumptious Sunday brunch.  The setup in the photos below are actually on my media console, yes right below my TV. You'll need champagne, juice, fruits, sign, drinking glass, paper straw and fresh flowers if you like.  

Mimosa Bar 

My grocery store roses are blooming and smells great. I put them in my black and white ceramic pitcher from Bullseye Playground at Target and add a black bow.  The heart 2 tier stand is from Hobby Lobby.


I use agave syrup  on the rim of the glasses and swirl them in yellow sugar.  I love the sugary effects on the glasses and it makes the black tier stand pops. 

Original lemonade, raspberry lemonade and a combination of orange, mango and peach juices.  The mimosas are garnish with strawberries, blueberries and kiwis

I got this Happy Hour sign from Bullseye Playground at Target

I style my bottle with a giant coral peony, my favorite flower.

I glitter the champagne bottle because I absolutely love glitters.  

I'm in love with these gold foil paper straws from Tj Maxx.  Every party has paper straws to sip drinks lately!


These glass terrarium are everything for me.  This is the first time I'm putting food in them because i normally used them as tabletop or hanging decor for social events or decorating my home.  

Easy Mimosa Bar setup