7 Refreshing Beverages for Spring Parties

We are beginning to enter spring party season and it is time think about luscious spring menus, complete with refreshing beverages. I always find it a little bit difficult to decide on beverages at parties. On many occasions I just fall back on serving sparkling water with lemon, or wine and ice tea if it’s an afternoon affair. This spring I’d like to spruce up my beverage offerings a bit to compliment some of my favorite spring foods. Here are seven delicious, and pretty, sips that I think would be perfect for a spring party. Which one would you serve? Enjoy!

  • Grapefruit Fizz 1 of 7
    This refreshing fruity fizz is made with everyday grapefruit and makes a delicious beverage for brunch or dinner!
    Make a grapefruit fizz
  • Sparkling French Lemonade 2 of 7
    Skip buying the expensive bottled lemonade and make your own french lemonade at home with this simple recipe.
    Make sparkling french lemonade
  • Watermelon Green Tea Punch 3 of 7
    This delicious green tea punch is fruity AND healthy. Your family and friends will be so in love with the refreshing taste be prepared to hand out the recipe.
    Make watermelon green tea punch
  • Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade 4 of 7
    Strawberries lend a delicious fruit twist to regular lemonade. The beautiful red color will lend wonderfully festive color and flavor to any holiday table!
    Make a sparkling strawberry lemonade
  • Premium Red Sangria 5 of 7
    A pitcher of sangria always makes a festive centerpiece and is a great way to stretch a bottle of wine to feed a crowd.
    Make a premium red sangria
  • Roasted Peach Lemonade 6 of 7
    If you can't find fresh peaches you can use frozen slices to make this delicious, summery sip for Easter dinner.
    Make roasted peach lemonade
  • 7 Awesome Spring Spritzers 7 of 7
    Need more idea for delicious spring paty beverages? We have lots of them on Family Kitchen.
    Check out these seven awesome spring spritzers

Photo: Kathy Patalsky

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