3 Fun Baby Shower Mocktails Your Guests Will Love

Just because you can’t drink alcohol while pregnant doesn’t mean that you have to settle for boring soda and water at your baby shower! If you’re planning a baby shower for yourself or someone you love, consider asking your Bucks County, PA, banquet hall to add a few of these non-alcoholic favorites to the menu.   

  • Sherbet punch. A favorite at church parties and bridal shower banquet halls in Bucks County, PA, alike, sherbet punch has long been a go-to non-alcoholic beverage thanks to its sweet and sugary flavors. Combine 10 to 12 scoops of rainbow sherbet with two liters of 7-up, a pint of fresh strawberries, raspberries, and pineapple together in one big bowl.
  • Grapefruit mock-mimosas. Mimosas are a staple at brunches and celebratory dinners—but virgin mimosas can be just as delicious. Offer guests a champagne flute filled with equal parts lemonade and club soda for a fizzy fix and add a splash of grapefruit juice as well for a fun twist on a class cocktail. Garnish with a wedge of grapefruit—and don’t forget the ice!
  • Shirley Temples. Who says that Shirley Temples are only for kids? Create this classic mocktail for your upcoming shower by combining one ounce of grenadine, four ounces of ginger ale, and four ounces of lemon lime soda in a glass. Bust out the Maraschino cherries and get ready to enjoy a nostalgic taste that brings you back to your childhood.

No matter if you’re planning a baby shower, bridal shower, or Sweet 16 bash, the team at Village Catering is here to make sure that your big day is as amazing as it can be. To learn more about our catering options or our Cottage Green location, give our team a call today at 215-437-3337 or fill out a contact form.

Just because you can’t drink alcohol while pregnant doesn’t mean that you have to settle for boring soda and water at your baby shower! If you’re planning a baby shower for yourself or someone you love, consider asking your Bucks County, PA, banquet hall to add a few of these non-alcoholic favorites to the menu. […]