Plan on making 6 to 8 mimosas from a standard 750-ml bottle of dry sparkling wine, such as Champagne or Prosecco.
These tips and tricks for building your own mimosa bar will have guests saying, "Sip, sip, hooray!"
If you're guests are looking for a nonalcoholic mimosa, make sure to stock your bar with club soda or sparkling water. Use these in place of Champagne or Prosecco.
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The best ratio of sparkling wine to fruit juice is 1:1.
Decorate a cart with fresh fruit, glasses, straws, and even fresh flowers to fit the theme of your party.
Slice navel oranges, cara cara oranges, blood oranges, or even small grapefruits for a simple and easy garnish for a fresh bubbly mimosa.
Make your mimosa your own by having fresh fruit juices for mix-ins. Think classic orange, tropical pineapple, or refreshing pomegranate. The possibilities are endless.
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When guests offer to bring something, ask them to bring ice or prep, slice, and prepare their favorite fruits.