Serve up a classic shower punch in a new way by displaying individual servings instead of having guests serve themselves from one large punch bowl.
For this baby shower the sherbet colors worked perfectly with the color scheme and theme of our celebration, too. Even if the punch doesn't necessarily match your color palate though, the taste of it is so refreshing - whether served as a mocktail or not!
These drinks are all about the presentation which starts with champagne flutes. Use a small scoop and place several balls of either lime or orange sherbet into each glass.
Fill with ginger ale and stir slightly to help incorporate the sherbet.
For guests who like a stronger drink, pour in champagne instead of ginger ale.
These drinks are deliciously festive and the sherbet keeps them nice and chilled while they wait for shower guests to enjoy.
This idea was sponsored by Pear Tree Greetings. Visit Pear Tree for photo cards, baby announcements and Christmas cards.
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