I was lucky enough to be gifted this insanely gorgeous punch bowl from my Aunt ‘Trell (thank you again and again, if you’re reading this!), and I try to use it every chance I get. This lemonade party punch recipe is a real winner that I fully intend to use for years to come at all sorts of parties. It just especially fit in with our color scheme for a little bridal shower some friends and I threw for our friend Rebecca a couple weekends ago. I’m so glad, because it was delicious! Here are a few more shots from the pretty little shower we threw at the Firehouse Art Gallery (we rented the Kirbo room).
I picked up the cupcakes from Smallcakes in Thomasville. Jessica and her sweet friend Michael did the balloons and tassels, which were adorable! We had a delicious spread of brunch nibbles.
And what brunch celebration is complete without mimosas?
Lemonade Party Punch Recipe
adapted via Savor Home
– 3 cups water
– 1/4 cup sugar
– 1 package frozen concentrated lemonade (thawed)
– 1 package frozen concentrated orange juice (thawed)
– 2 cups cranberry juice
– 2 liters lemon-lime soda, chilled
– Freshly sliced lemons
In a large pitcher, add sugar to warm water and stir until sugar is dissolved. Add the lemonade, orange juice, and cranberry juice. Cover and chill the mixture for at least a couple of hours. When you’re ready to serve the punch, pour the mixture into a punch bowl, add the lemon-lime soda, ice, and sliced lemons. Stir and enjoy!
Might I add that this was delicious with a float of champagne on top? Yes, I might.