Ombre Drinks for a Summer Party by Pixiebear

Ombre Drinks for a Summer Party by Pixiebear

Ombre Drinks always look so impressive on the party table. They add a nice color pop and make a great conversation topic. Your guest will wowed by the professional look and would be curious to know how you made these. You’d be surprised how simple these are to make!

The idea is to mix a lighter drink (like juice) with a heavier drink (like a syrup) and the secret is in how you pour them together.

For these non-alcoholic Ombre Drinks you will need:

Orange Juice

Grenadine

Sprite

Ombre Drinks Recipe by Pixiebear

How To Make Ombre Party Drinks:

1. Fill about 2/3 of glass with Orange Juice.

2. Slowly pour Grenadine into the glass. It will sink to the bottom creating a nice gradient effect along the way. You may need to practice a bit (It took me a few tries to get to get it right), but then you;ll get the hang of it, Just remember to pour slowly. If you do it too fast the Grenadine and Orange Juice might stir together and the ombre effect will be lost.

3. Gently add a little bit of Sprite.

4. Don’t forget to add decorated straws! I used striped straws which I cut in half so they’d fit the glass. Since these drinks were used for a Summer Party, I added beach themed straw flags, but these drinks can work for other party themes as well!

How to Make Ombre Drinks for a Summer Party by Pixiebear

How to Make Ombre Drinks by Pixiebear Simple Ombre Drinks Recipe for a Summer Party by Pixiebear

You can find the flag printables and matching party decorations here.

For more Summer Party ideas check out this post and my Summer Beach Party Pinterest Board.

Do you have a great drink party recipe of your own? Please share it in the comments!

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20 Thoughts on “How To Make Party Ombre Drinks”

  • Oh these look so good! And yes, they always do make an impression, but i always thought it must be some secret-hidden-masterful technique to be able to do something like this! 🙂
    I’ve also finally gotten myself a watermelon and hopefully i’ll be able to make those Christmas Trees!

    • Thank you Andreea! I thought so too, but apparently once you know the principal (mix a lighter drink with a heavier drink) all it takes is a bit of practice. Good luck with the watermelon Christmas Trees, send me a photo 🙂

    • Thank you Georgia! Love the vintage images on your Etsy shop 🙂

  • These are so fun! Love that they have no alcohol, but that could be added if your guest desire. I tweeted this blog post!

    • Thank you Linda! I love that these are non-alcoholic too, but yes – guests can defiantly add alcohol if they want to! 🙂

  • Love these drinks they looks so good and the printable flags are adorable!

    • Thank you so much Valerie! I love decorating with little flags, it makes everything more festive looking 🙂

    • Thank you Kristi! Took me a little practice, but once you get the hang of it, it’s really simple 🙂

  • Thank you for sharing the secret and linking it up with us at #FoodieFriDIY…I’ve actually been wondering how it was done! I just shared you on my Facebook page and sending some other foodie love your way too!

    • Thanks so much Michelle! I really appreciate this!

  • This is a great – so colorful, vibrant, and fun! Pinned and tweeted – oh, and I’ve chosen this as my feature for this week.

    Thank you for linking up with us at the Thank Goodness It’s Thursday link party. I can’t wait to see what you link up tomorrow!

    • Thank you so much Sarah! Can’t wait to see the feature later today!

  • Wow, these look awesome! I’m desperately scanning my brain/calendar for an event to justify making some but I might have to just go with “because it’s monday dinner time” haha! 🙂 Thanks for sharing! x

    • Thanks so much Jicsi! Monday dinner time is just a good excuse as any to have a party 🙂

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