20 Baby Shower Drinks All Your Guests Will Love
From fun pink lemonades to crisp boysenberry shandy, these baby shower drinks are the perfect way to celebrate your favorite mom-to-be!
Welcome your favorite new babe with this cotton candy champagne cocktail! Save some of the pink or blue cotton candy as a fun treat for the guest of honor, since she won’t be able to indulge in this herself (or make it with sparkling juice instead).
This lemony fruit cooler tastes like sangria but is safely nonalcoholic for your guest of honor. Garnish with strawberries and raspberries for a girl or blueberries and slice kiwi for a boy.
Welcome the newest little man in your life with sweet tea boysenberry shandy. Perfect for a casual afternoon shower, serve with mini sliders and homemade sweet potato fries.
Welcome a new baby girl with a beautiful pitcher of strawberry-lavender infused water. It doubles as a centerpiece for your table and pairs well with light lunch options like fruit salad and mixed greens.
Decorate your table with this gorgeous, bright pink blackberry lemonade. It’s quick to whip up and is a fun drink that younger guests can enjoy too.
Hosting a morning brunch? This blueberry fruit smoothie is a healthy and tasty way to celebrate a baby boy. Serve with yogurt parfaits and quiche for an effortlessly stylish morning.
Summer watermelon punch is the perfect easy cocktail for a bunch. Set out a punch bowl filled with everything but the wine. Let guests spike their glasses if they choose.
Hosting an adults-only couples shower? These blueberry mojitos will make even the most reluctant husband glad he came. Serve this pale pink cocktail at a girl’s shower or add extra blueberries for a baby boy.
Here’s a tasty way to cool down when hosting an outdoor baby shower in the summer. Wait until your guests arrive to blend it up and serve with mini sandwiches and salads.
Whip up an impressive drink while using up all of your leftover fruit with this strawberry melon fizz.
Mixed berry sangria is the perfect light drink for a sunny-day baby shower. Customize the color of the fruit for the baby’s gender and substitute sparkling grape juice for the mama-to-be.
If you don’t consider yourself much of a mixologist, you can’t go wrong with this clean and simple blackberry and sage-infused water.
Turn your baby shower into a lively fiesta with frozen watermelon margaritas. The pink color is perfect for a baby girl or substitute honeydew for a boy.