Between the boozy cocktails and mom-to-be-friendly drinks, these baby shower punch recipes are fantastic.
From cute to classy, they’re sure to delight the whole crowd.
With all the adorable gifts and cute games, baby showers are a blast.
But let’s be honest, it’s the food and drinks we talk about once the party is done!
So, having a fun, delicious, and Instagram-worthy punch is a must.
And don’t worry, I’ve got everything from fruity mixed drinks to kid-friendly concoctions on this list of baby shower punch recipes.
That way, nobody has to miss out!
20+ Punch Recipes for Baby Shower
Boy, oh boy, is this punch good!
If you’re having a blue-themed party, this punch is picture-perfect! It’s vibrantly blue, and it tastes pretty great, too!
You’ll need Hawaiian Punch (in Berry Blue Typhoon), pineapple juice, Sprite, and ice cream to make this tropical, non-alcoholic punch.
Add everything into a punch bowl and enjoy! How easy is that?
It’s creamy, sweet, and is basically a bright blue ice cream float!
This girly drink is pretty in pink! And with only three ingredients, it’s simple but showstopping.
Just mix pineapple juice with Sprite and pink lemonade mix for something tart, sweet, and sparkling.
It’s super refreshing and full of bright citrus flavors. Make it for a baby shower, birthday bash, or backyard BBQ.
Between its gorgeous color and incredible taste, this Hawaiian Punch pink lemonade is sure to be a hit!
It’s a blend of Hawaiian Punch (red), ginger ale, and pineapple juice (are you sensing a tropical theme?).
That would be good enough for me, but this recipe takes it a step further!
You’ll also use frozen pink lemonade concentrate for an extra puckery zing. Juice concentrate has no additional water, so it’s ALL flavor.
Really, this pink baby shower punch is just a pink lemonade float. Still, it’s creamy, sweet, and fantastically tart.
Simply mix raspberry sherbet with your choice of citrus soda. Then, add some extra lime juice and lemon juice to make it extra tart, and enjoy!
As the name suggests, this punch is easy as 1-2-3.
1. Gather 7-Up, orange juice, and rainbow sherbet.
2. Dump it all into a punch bowl.
3. Enjoy it!
An optional fourth step is to add some fun-colored sprinkles. But either way, this drink is colorful, delicious, and sure to please.
Say hello to summer with this delicious raspberry sherbet punch.
It absolutely bursts with raspberry and pineapple flavors, making it sweet, refreshing, and seriously yummy.
Using fresh fruit is a nice touch that’ll make this extra Insta-worthy.
Not feeling all the pineapple? Try mango instead!
Pretty in pink and strawberry-licious, this punch is a dreamy blend of sherbet, lemonade, and frozen strawberries.
And those frozen strawberries are very important. They add flavor and keep the punch from getting too watered down.
So, instead of flavorless ice, you get sweet summery strawberry in every sip.
This sangria is definitely not for the mom-to-be, but I know her guests will enjoy it!
It’s dark, decadent, deliciously boozy, and wonderfully refreshing. If you love berries, you’ll love this sangria.
Each sip has notes of sweet red wine, berry juice, brandy, and iced tea. It also features TWO POUNDS of fresh berries.
Simply mix everything together, add ice, and serve.
Ideal for baby showers, parties, and even just a hot weekend at home, this strawberry and watermelon punch is irresistible.
It’s light and sweet, and since it’s made with pureed fruits, it’s seriously fresh.
If the baby is due around the holidays, you need to try this festive cranberry punch.
Featuring cranberry juice, frozen pink lemonade concentrate, and sparkling water, it’s sweet, tart, and delicious.
Add seasonal fruits, like cranberries and orange slices, for a garnish.
This flavor-packed punch is absolutely tantalizing. It’s loaded with real fruit flavors and is completely guilt-free!
You’ll use Zevia Ginger Beer and homemade strawberry sorbet, so it’s all refined sugar-free.
It’s fresh, bubbly, tart, and sweet. Everyone will love it!
Remember the bright blue baby shower punch from earlier? Well, this blue punch is its grown-up cousin.
A blend of Hawaiian Punch (Polar Blast), pineapple juice, vodka, and coconut rum, it’s tropical, boozy, and unforgettable.
Feel free to add lemon-lime soda for some bubbles!
Raspberries, champagne, and sorbet? Yes, please!
This raspberry drink is like Elle Woods in a glass – pretty, pink, and super bubbly. It’s crazy-delicious!
Use sparkling juice instead of champagne for a pregnancy-friendly version.
How incredible does this punch bowl look?
Between the vibrant pink color and chunks of rhubarb on the top, it’s bound to disappear fast.
It stars tart rhubarb, sweet raspberries, and sour lime. Add gin and soda water, and you have a fabulous party punch for any occasion.
This citrusy punch is so fresh and delicious!
It bursts with lime and pineapple flavors, so it’s bright and fruity. And fresh basil adds even more fantastic flavor!
It’s creamy, cooling, and fantastic.
Are you planning a fall baby shower? Then, try this apple cider punch!
It has all of the best flavors of your favorite fall beverages, including ginger, orange, lemon, cinnamon, and of course, apple cider!
Everyone will want a cup of this, so I suggest making two bowls: one with rum or whisky and one without.
Garnish both with apples and cinnamon sticks, and you’re good to go.
Fresh, summery, and perfectly sweet, this ginger and peach punch is party perfect (try saying that three times fast)!
It’s easy to make and pretty darn addictive.
You’ll need mint, fresh peaches, and your favorite ginger ale or ginger beer (with or without booze).
Muddle the mint and peaches together, then add your favorite ginger beverage. Easy as pie!
If you want it a little sweeter, add honey to the muddled mixture.
Tart and herby, this elegant mocktail is a taste explosion!
Featuring a mixture of rosemary simple syrup, grapefruit juice, and club soda, it’s the perfect blend of botanicals and tart, fruity flavors.
It’s just what you need if you and your guests prefer things a little less sweet.
If you’re planning to pamper the mom-to-be, this cool-as-a-cucumber punch is guaranteed to help.
It’s so good, you might be tempted to swim in it!
From the limeade concentrate and bubbly lemon-lime soda to the lime wedges and fresh cucumber, it’s a spa-day dream in a glass.
Here’s another terrific option for a fall baby shower.
This punch stars apple cider, orange juice, cranberry juice, lemon juice, and sparkling wine.
It tastes just like sangria, but it doesn’t have alcohol. That said, a little bourbon would taste amazing in this!
Forget blueberry and lemon because blueberries and lime are flavor best friends.
The sweet and sour notes work so well together. And this delicious spritzer is proof!
You’ll start with a sweet blueberry simple syrup. Make your own or buy some if you can find it.
Add that to the glass with ice, then top it off with your favorite lime-flavored sparkling water and fresh lime juice.
Garnish with mint, fresh blueberries, and a wedge of lime. It’s light, sweet, and bursting with flavor!
This sparkling punch is perfectly pleasing.
It features ginger ale, pineapple juice, fresh pineapple, mint, and strawberry chunks.
It’s an explosion of pineapple goodness, but the strawberries balance out the tart flavors flawlessly.
Ginger beer is lightly sweet and warming, while lemonade is tart and citrusy. Together, they’re the perfect pair.
Meanwhile, frozen raspberries add extra flavor and cool the punch without watering it down.
Send mom-to-be and all your guests to the tropics with this delicious island-inspired punch.
It’s bright, delicious, and super fruity.
Each sip overflows with mango, orange, cherry, and pineapple flavors. It’s so good, you’ll need to make double!
This delicious mocktail tastes just like the original, but mom-to-be can have it too!
The blueberry juice feels rich and decadent. And when you mix it with the caramelly notes of maple syrup? Heaven.
Everything is balanced by a bright pop of mint and lime juice. It’s amazing.
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