45+ Mother’s Day Brunch Drink Recipes

This is the first post of a two-part series for Mother’s Day Brunch ideas to help you celebrate the special women in your life. You can read the second installment here.

Creating an unforgettable Mother’s Day celebration starts with the drinks. One of our favorite things to do when we get together with family and friends is to offer someone a drink.

Whether you choose to go for alcoholic beverages or decide on non-alcoholic drinks, there’s something for everyone on this list of Mother’s Day brunch recipes.

Make this Mother's Day special for your loved ones by surprising the women in your life. These Mother's Day brunch drink recipes are perfect for the mimosa lovers and those looking for non alcoholic drinks to try as well.

14 Drink Recipes For The Mom Who Needs A Mimosa

From classic brunch favorites like mimosas to cocktails and mocktails, too! There’s a treat for every mom who’s looking to kick back and relax this special holiday.

Everyone knows the best brunch treat is a mimosa at hand, so why not try one of these Mother’s Day approved mimosa drinks with your guests?

Here are 14 of the best mimosas recipes you can try at this year’s Mother’s Day brunch.

Orange Creamsicle Mimosas by Who Needs A Cape?
Sunrise Mimosa by Simply Made Recipes
Raspberry Lemonade Mimosa by Crayons And Cravings
DIY Mimosas Bar by A Bride on A Budget
Watermelon Mimosa Easy Recipe by Moms Who Save
Mimosas by Spend With Pennies
DIY Morning Mimosa Bar by A Bride On A Budget
Island Breeze Mimosas by Regain Your Sparkle
Cosmo Mosas by Care Free Mermaid
Fresh Sparkling Strawberry Mimosas by Kim And Kalee
Strawberry Mint Mimosas by Dash Of Jazz
Orange Lavender Mimosas by Dash Of Jazz
Strawberry Mimosa Recipe by Marathon And Motivation
Mint Grapefruit Mimosas Cocktail by Attachment Mummy

Make this Mother's Day special for your loved ones by surprising the women in your life. These Mother's Day brunch drink recipes are perfect for the mimosa lovers and those looking for non alcoholic drinks to try as well.

11 Refreshing Recipes For Non Alcoholic Drinks

If you’re looking to relax without getting tipsy this Mother’s Day, then you’re better off trying one of these refreshing Mother’s Day brunch drink recipes.

From flavorful lemonades to delicious mocktails, these 11 non alcoholic drink ideas are perfect for a mid-morning gathering with family and friends.

Strawberry Mint Lemonade by Snappy Gourmet
Lavender Lemonade by Yummy Mummy Kitchen
Homemade Sugar-Free Chai Tea Latte Recipe by Claudia Canu 
Instant Pot Cranberry Apple infused Water Recipe by Tasty Galaxy
Earl Grey Mocktail with Grapefruit And Honey by Kelly Neil
Ginger Hibiscus Mocktail by Beyond Mere Sustenance
Strawberry Sunshine Smoothie by Simply Happy Foodie
Sangria Mocktail by Jonesin’ For Taste
Beetroot Latte by Wholly Revived
Sparkling Strawberry Mint Limeade by Dash of Jazz
Honey Dew Mint Cooler by Paleo Gluten-Free Guy

Make this Mother's Day special for your loved ones by surprising the women in your life. These Mother's Day brunch drink recipes are perfect for the mimosa lovers and those looking for non alcoholic drinks to try as well.

21 Recipes For Popular Alcoholic Drinks

Maybe you have your heart set on popular alcoholic cocktail drinks for an upcoming Mother’s Day brunch. If so, there’s a list for you, too!

These favorites are sure to delight your guests. You’ll notice there’s a recipe for

Cadillac Margarita by Become Betty
Luscious Peach Bellini by Sustain My Cooking Habit
Pineapple Lime Champagne Punch by Tipsy Chickens
Roasted Strawberry Aperol Spritz by Burrata and Bubbles
Aperol Spritz by Yummy Mummy Kitchen
Raspberry Vodka Lemonade by Recipes From A Pantry
Pink Lemonade Prosecco Gin Frozen Cocktail Recipe by Cool Moms Cool Tips
Madras Drink by Mom Foodie
Campari Negroni by Gastronomom
Blood Orange Gin Sour Cocktail by Gastronomom
Ginger Sage Cocktail by Our Wabi Sabi Life
Strawberry Frose by Carefree Mermaid
Grapefruit Strawberry Mojito by Rhubarbarians
Strawberry Slush Cocktail by From Michigan To The Table
Strawberry Lemonade Moscato Punch Cocktail Recipe by This Mom’s Confession
Fresh Strawberry Lemon Drop Martini by Christina’s Cucina
Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Cocktail by Lemon Blossoms
Pink Champagne Punch Strawberry Lemonade by The Cabin Diary Raspberry Vodka Lemonade Cocktail by Recipes From A Pantry
Lemon Ginger Bellini Punch by Dash of Jazz
Limoncello Spritz by Paleo Gluten-Free Guy
Pickled Beet Dirty Martini by Just Beet it

Make this Mother's Day special for your loved ones by surprising the women in your life. These Mother's Day brunch drink recipes are perfect for the mimosa lovers and those looking for non alcoholic drinks to try as well.

Regardless of how you choose to celebrate your Mother’s Day, be sure to make it a special one for the women in your life. They deserve it.

Do you enjoy hosting Mother’s Day brunch with family and friends?

31 Comments

  1. I love these drink recipes!! There’s a drink for everyone

  2. Oh yummy…these are some great options! I love fun drink recipes and trying new ones out!

  3. This mom could use a drink like this. I will have to make one of these drinks as they sound so good

  4. So many fun ideas here! I’ve never had a mother’s day brunch, but I do have some girlfriends whom I’ve wanted to host for brunch once the weather warms – and once we’re all allowed to leave our homes again LOL…

  5. Yum! So many of these sound delicious! I’ll have to see which ones I have the ingredients already on hand to make.

  6. I love that you included so many non-alcoholic drinks! The lavender lemonade and the strawberry sunshine smoothie sound divine!

  7. These all sound like really delicious drinks! I love having a sweet tropical drink every once in a while.

  8. I’m not sure I can wait until mother’s day to try these!

  9. A few of these Mother’s Day brunch drinks may become my quarantine drinks of the day! 😀

  10. Those mimosas are calling my name especially the orange creamsicle one. I haven’t gotten together with the girls for Mother’s Day brunch but it’s a great idea.

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