This mimosa recipe is our favorite for two reasons. One: We LOVE our stemless champagne flutes! Two: The combination of the grapefruit color, mint, and floral garnish is screaming, "Serve me at your next event!". The floral garnish trend has really taken off, and we can't think of a better place for it to make an appearance at your event than in these mimosas! The edible flowers we used are dianthus, which we chose for their dainty petals and pop of vibrant color. Dianthus has a sweet and spicy scent, with a flavor similar to cloves. We didn't eat the flowers, we just used them for a garnish. If you do try edible flowers, be sure to use organic flowers that have not been sprayed with pesticides.
What you need:
- 1 bottle of champagne
- 1 bottle of grapefruit juice
- Fresh mint leaves
- Dianthus for floral garnish - be sure to use organic flowers that have not been sprayed with pesticides
- Crush mint leaves in a stemless champagne flute.
- Pour champagne and fill flute halfway.
- Top off with grapefruit juice.
- Garnish with a flower.
Stemless champagne flutes are 9 oz. versus standard champagne flutes that are 5 oz. If you are using stemless flutes like we did, this recipe will make six mimosas.
Our White Rectangular Plastic Wave Tray will conveniently (and beautifully) serve six mimosas!
Looking for a tablescape to go along with this recipe? Check out our Mother's Day Tablescape Inspiration. For another mimosa-inspired event idea, check out our blog post on How to make a Mimosa Bar! Much Party Love, Smarties!