You’ve planned the perfect Strawberry Themed Party complete with a Strawberry Dessert Buffet and your menu is ready, so what’s left? Don’t forget the drinks! Keep it kid-friendly for your “Berry Sweet Birthday Party” or Baby Shower or go boozy for bachelorette parties or bridal showers. These 5 Strawberry Drink ideas will have your guests coming back for refills!
5 Irresistibly Refreshing Drinks You Can’t Skip!
Even if you’re not celebrating a special event you still can’t go wrong with these fun, refreshing strawberry drinks. Whether you use fresh strawberries or frozen these 5 drink ideas are the perfect menu additions for your next brunch, baby or bridal shower, or girls’ night in!
Sparkling Strawberry Punch (non-alcoholic)
Mix up this Sparkling Strawberry Punch for your baby shower party! It’s got fresh strawberries as well giving off sangria vibes! If you’ve got extra leftover or you just want to do something a little different it can easily be frozen into popsicles. A great idea if you’re having adults and kids mixed party.
Strawberry Mocktail Spritzer (non-alcoholic)
This Strawberry Mocktail Spritzer is such a gorgeous and refreshing beverage! Filled with strawberries, lime, and basil, it’s the perfect drink to serve up at those parties and gatherings!
Strawberry Smash (Boozy)
This summer cocktail is brilliantly easy to make, combining strawberry, rose, honey, and coriander for delicious, light results. This Strawberry Smash is at once delicate and vibrant, with subtle floral notes.
Rhubarb Raspberry Rose Spritz (Boozy)
A trio of rhubarb, raspberries (or strawberries), and honey combine in a scratch-made honeyed raspberry rhubarb syrup to infuse this cocktail with seasonal panache. It’s beautifully complimented by sparkling rosé, local craft vodka, soda water, fresh lime juice, and a dash of bitters. Enjoy this pretty, pink spritz with the special ladies in your life — it’s the perfect menu addition for your next brunch, baby or bridal shower, or girls night in!
DIY Strawberry Champagne Bar
If you’re having a dessert bar, you may as well have a DIY champagne bar too! Create your own Champagne Bar where guests can mix up their own drinks, allowing them to add a little or a lot! Those fresh strawberries can come in handy too when added to the bottom of each champagne glass. Having your drinks on another table on the other side of the room encourages your guests to mingle, getting to know each other.
Don’t Forget These Staples!
- Strawberries (of course)
- Other Fresh or Frozen Fruit if you want to offer a variety, think limes, peaches, cranberries, or raspberries.
- Non-Fruit Garnishes such as chocolate mint and hibiscus.
- Club Soda
- Tonic Water
- Sparkling Ciders for non-alcholic drinks
- Champagnes (Sweet to Dry)
- Sparkling Rosé
- Fruit Juices such as orange juice, grapefruit juice, pineapple juice, peach neactar, and cranberry juice.
Give your guests options of chilled drinks by offering a choice between frozen fruit juice cubes, frozen fruit, to fruit sorbet. It keeps the drinks chilled by adding colorful options. These strawberry drinks with the suggested garnishes will have your event giving “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” vibes! Looking for strawberry food ideas for your event? You can find them here!