Wedding Ideas

Mimosa Bar Bridal Shower Brunch With Free Printables!

Absolutely nothing says celebration fairly like a mimosa bar, right? Whether for a wedding, bridesmaid brunch, or bridal shower put on by the MOB, we’re all smiles when we see pretty bottles of bubbly and OJ. In order to give your mimosa bar a tiny added punch, we’ve produced these printables with — and they’re best for your next party!

The recipe is easy: menu tent cards for your toppings, scalloped carafe tags to indicate your juice flavors and gold drink flags for your drinks. We enjoy the concept of an abstract painterly theme for this kind of celebration. Splashes of pink, orange and yellow mimic mimosas in the most darling way, do not ya think?

Our totally free Avery printables have been made so they print completely with every single coordinating label or card sort. No need to have to mess with Word Doc or Photoshop you can tweak your templates as you want by way of Avery’s WePrint tool.

How to use Avery templates:
-Go to to use Avery Design and style & Print On the web
-Generate a free account or click My Laptop to upload your .avery files
-Customize it if you want and print it oneself!

What You will Want:

To develop your show, commence with the carafe tags. These white cardstock tags allow you to print our original templates the edge and come pre-hole punched, so no extra perform for you! We chose Orange, Mango, Pineapple and Lemonade for our juice flavors, but give Grapefruit or Pomegranate a try if you are feeling fancy. Tie each and every tag to the suitable carafe (straightforward twine will do the trick). Subsequent, prepare your topping bar. The toppings we chose were Blackberries, Strawberries, Raspberries and Blueberries. Right after printing these templates to the menu cards, location the gold foil sticker sheet in your printer. This is what you will print the drink stirrer templates onto. After printed, reduce the sheet into the outlined shapes. Wrap every flag about your drink stirrer, and given that it is sticker paper it will self seal.

Phew – that was simple! Now you can decorate your mimosa bar however you’d like. We chose to make a kraft paper backdrop with silk flowers, “bubbly bar” signage and a bit of fringe towards the bottom. Now all that is left to do is to raise a glass + say “cin cin!”

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