This Christmas Morning Mimosa Bar is perfect for Christmas Morning or brunch during the holiday season! It only takes a few minutes to set up but is so much fun for your guests. I highly recommend pajamas as well! 🙂
- Juice: I LOVE Natalie’s Juice! Their juices are made fresh with no added preservatives, artificial ingredients or added sugars. I love the orange juice, blood orange, grapefruit and orange mango but there are SO many more juices available!
- Fruit: I used blackberries, strawberries, oranges, blueberries, and cranberries!
- Cinnamon Sugar (to rim the glasses)
- Optional: festive candies like Candy Canes
- I also used rosemary for decoration to look like evergreen!
Food Boards like this Mimosa Bar look fantastic so many different ways! Here are my favorite no-stress tips:
- Start with a large board or surface area (the counter works, great too!)
- Start with the larger items in the back, like the ice bucket and carafes.
- Arrrange glasses next.
- Fill in with garnishes and decorations. I also love to surround it with twinkle lights!
Here’s a Quick Video Tutorial!
Perfect Presentation Platters
Champagne Ice Bucket: I used this ice bucket mold to hold the champagne! Just add pretty flowers (real or fake) as you fill it up before freezing. Tip: Use hot water so the ice freezes clear!
Large Serving Boards: If you’d like a rectangular tray similar to mine, this wooden version from Target is great, as well as this beautiful choice from Etsy. For a higher-end round tray, I love my MacKenzie-Childs checkered party tray, as well as this round wooden Target tray, that you can use year-round.
Kitchen Links: The Gingerbread House and Gingerbread Man Platter are both from Pottery Barn. The Nutcracker Cookie Jar is from Mac-Kenzie-Childs (and makes a great gift!) My checkered rug is also MacKenzie-Childs. The Christmas Tree shaped cutting board is from Antique Farmhouse!
Can I Prep This Mimosa Bar Ahead of Time?
For sure! You can wash and cut the fruit, as well as laying out all of the glasses and carafes so you just have to fill them at serving time. If you use the Champagne Ice Bucket, it will take overnight to freeze so you’ll want to do that at least the day before.
I like to use a funnel to pour any leftover juice back in the original container, or you can just cover the carafes with Saran Wrap and refrigerate. Store any leftover fruit in a bowl, Tupper Ware container, or Ziploc Bag in the refrigerator.
Whether you are spending Christmas morning curled up on the couch watching Christmas movies or hosting a holiday party for your family, there is no wrong way to enjoy a mimosa! For more holiday ideas, you may love my Holiday Hot Cocoa Board, Christmas Tree Fruit Board, or Peppermint Mocha Dip. Cheers!