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Mother’s Day is coming up in a week and a half and for most this includes taking Mom out for brunch, or celebrating at home. Follow my tips below to set up a quick and easy Mother’s Day Mom-osa Bar in three easy steps.
Decorate a Mother’s Day Mom-osa Bar
First, hang a tissue tassel banner. This is the Fiesta tissue tassel banner from GlamFete. I absolutely love the vibrant colors. I also used it for this Chippin, Dippin, Margarita Sippin party for Cinco de Mayo. I love Glamfete banners because they come fully assembled (they do require time to be made and shipped), but if you are short on time or looking for a less expensive option, you can grab a DIY version in a similar color scheme.
Add these Mom-osa bar signs, available as a free download at the bottom of this post!
This sign was inspired by the directions to make a mimosa. Are you on team OJ first, then Champagne? Or vice versa?
In my mind, it doesn’t matter how you pour, what’s most important is who it’s for.
Serve a signature drink, Mom-osas
I’m a huge mimosa lover, but for Mother’s Day we are enjoying Mom-osas. This can be the traditional champagne and orange juice, or you can try a refreshing non-alcoholic alternative option of La Croix and Orange juice (perfect for non-drinkers and expectant mamas!) I typically like to use the Pamplemousse (aka Grapefruit) flavor with orange juice, but I ran out! Oh the horror! The Cran-Raspberry or Berry flavor make a great second option too.
I created those straw flags using fabric washi tape from Lemony Stitch. Her shop is full of adorable patterns, perfect for any occasion.
Add some sweet touches
You could serve muffins or pastries and some fresh fruit. Keep it simple. The most important thing is to celebrate Mom, and that might mean celebrating yourself! Pamper yourself, you deserve it.
Download the Free Mother’s Day Mom-osa Signs
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Be sure to pin these steps for later!