Pretty Pitcher Drink Ideas for Your Spring Garden Party

No spring soirée is complete without a tasty thirst-quencher and whipping up a pitcher drink or two beforehand is a smart way to keep your guests happy and hydrated. Pitcher drinks are one of those magical things, in the realm of party planning, that look like a lot more work than they actually are, making them a hostess hack of sorts. Keep reading for four delicious and colorful pitcher drinks that will impress your guests and probably even yourself.  

 

Strawberry Basil 

This sweet, mass-serving, twist on a margarita is firstly simple to make, and promises to be a crowd pleaser. The pop of red from the fresh strawberries also make the pitcher quite the eye catcher.  

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What you’ll need: 

  • Strawberries 
  • Limeade concentrate 
  • Basil Leaves 
  • Tequila  

Click Here for the Full Recipe.

 

Cucumber Lime 

What could be more spring-esq than a green drink? This cucumber-lime concoction promises to be energetic, both in look and taste, what with all the tequila! 

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What you’ll need: 

  • Silver tequila 
  • Cucumber purée or cumber juice 
  • Simple syrup 
  • Fresh lime juice 

Click Here for the Full Recipe.

 

Grape Spritzer 

This non-alcoholic pitcher idea is chock full of fruit components, making it a double whammy: a drink and a snack. TIP: Use frozen grapes as an inventive ice cube idea.  

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What you’ll need: 

  • Green and red grapes 
  • Orange and lemon slices 
  • Ginger ale 
  • White grape juice 

Click Here for the Full Recipe.

 

Kiwi Blueberry 

Speaking of chock-full-of-fruit, we love the colorful look of this kiwi-blueberry pitcher creation, not to mention the shock value of seeing these two unique fruit choices combined.   

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What you’ll need: 

  • Kiwis 
  • Blueberries, crushed and whole 
  • Lime juice
  • Sugar
  • Mint leaves 
  • Sparkling water 
  • Rum 

Click Here for the Full Recipe.

Written by Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya is a freelance website content writer based in Toronto.

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