Celebrate the holidays, a birthday, or a fun night in with these fruity and easy Champagne punch recipes.
Because it’s never a bad time for a bubbly bevvy!
How to Make the Best Champagne Punch Recipes
Effervescent cocktails with fruity flavors are a fabulous way to add some fun to a party.
And whether you’re poolside or fireside, these Champagne punch recipes will hit the spot.
Some are citrusy, some are sweet, and some have gorgeous colors and garnishes.
But the one thing they all have in common? They’re insanely good!
Champagne punch turns any party into a special occasion.
And this gorgeous drink with pomegranate, lime, and orange juices is about as refreshing and delicious as it gets.
You’ll add a splash of ginger ale for warmth and sweetness. Then top off each glass with Champagne or sparkling wine. Easy peasy!
Ingredients: pomegranate juice, ginger ale, orange juice, Triple Sec or Cointreau, lime juice, Champagne, ice & fresh fruit (for garnish)
This New Year’s Eve Champagne punch will ensure you ring in 2024 with a bang.
I love the vibrant color and that it’s loaded with tasty ingredients to make your celebration boozy and bright.
Float fresh raspberries in this festive cocktail, and your guests will keep coming back for more.
Ingredients: Triple Sec, blackberry brandy, Chambord, pineapple juice, ginger ale, Pink Champagne, fresh raspberries (for garnish)
In the mood for something more tropical? You can’t go wrong with Champagne and pineapple juice!
It’ll keep you cool in the summer and jolly in the winter. So it’s an excellent choice for any celebration.
Garnish with some mint leaves along with cranberries, raspberries, and orange slices. Yum!
Ingredients: Champagne or Prosecco, ginger ale, Cointreau or Triple Sec, pineapple juice, orange slices, lemon slices, fresh raspberries & mint leaves (for garnish)
Depending on what kind you get, Champagne can be pretty dry. So why not liven it up with sweet, juicy strawberries?
This fantastic cocktail is packed with summer berry flavor. And that’s all down to the pureed fruit!
You’ll also need Pink Moscato Champagne, though regular will work in a pinch.
Ingredients: frozen strawberries, simple syrup, Pink Moscato Champagne, lemon-lime soda, ice & mint sprig (for garnish)
After one sip of this Champagne punch, you’ll feel like you’re relaxing on an island vacation.
Between the coconut rum and pineapple juice, it’s got serious piña colada vibes.
But thanks to the Grenadine and Prosecco, it’s much more crisp.
Make this bubbly cocktail for your next pool party, and it’ll disappear in a snap.
Ingredients: ice, coconut rum, pineapple juice, Grenadine, Champagne or Prosecco, maraschino cherries (for garnish)
If you’re a fan of bubbly drinks with a flawless balance of sweet and sour, this is the one for you.
There’s orange juice and simple syrup in the mix, making it citrusy sweet, and vibrant.
But you’ll also add a healthy glug of grapefruit juice, cutting through the sugar with tart notes and plenty of color.
Ingredients: Champagne or sparkling wine, ruby red grapefruit juice, orange juice, simple syrup, Grenadine, edible flowers (for garnish)
Here’s a Champagne punch that’s pretty in pink and oh-so-elegant.
And it’s not only the blush that makes this a ‘rose’ punch. There’s Monin rose syrup mixed in for a wonderfully floral note.
But that’s not all! This one has gin and Champagne, making it botanical and boozy!
Ingredients: Champagne, gin, Monin rose syrup, lemon juice, tonic water, fresh berries & rosemary sprigs (for garnish)
This cocktail is bright and bubbly with tons of flavor. It’s also easy to make, so you can throw a pitcher together with short notice.
You’ll love the tartness of this Christmas cocktail.
No matter what the weather’s like, this drink will leave everyone feeling merry and bright.
Ingredients: frozen cranberry concentrate, frozen pink lemonade concentrate, frozen limeade concentrate, Champagne, club soda, water, lime sherbet, lime slices (for garnish)
From Christmas to summer, this raspberry lemonade is the only cocktail punch you’ll need when the weather warms up.
Make the lemonade yourself or use store-bought. Either way, it’s a flawless match for vodka and ginger ale.
Champagne brings the bubbles, and the fresh berries really make it pop!
Ingredients: raspberry lemonade, Champagne, ginger ale, vodka, fresh raspberries & citrus wedges (for garnish)
Pomegranate is a spectacular flavor to pair with Champagne and citrus.
And this drink is especially festive for fancy holiday parties – though it’s easy enough for game night with the family, too.
Pomegranate has a nice deep flavor with a good balance of sweet and tart. And you can’t deny it looks fabulous in the pitcher!
Ingredients: Champagne or Prosecco, pomegranate juice, club soda, Triple Sec, lime juice, orange juice, pomegranate arils, cranberries, orange wheel, & mint leaves (for garnish)
Have you jumped on the Aperol bandwagon yet?
It was THE drink of summer 2022, and I have a feeling this year will be no different.
But if you’ve tried it and found it too bitter, try this Champagne punch instead.
The bubbles and chilled lemonade take the edge off and make it much more palatable.
Ingredients: Champagne, Aperol, lemonade, orange slice (for garnish)
Here’s a brunch cocktail fusion I know you’ll love.
The Tequila Sunrise is a bright and lightly sweet drink I think we’ve all had once or twice.
But this version has a delicious bubbly twist. And it’s like sunshine in a glass!
Serve it as a margarita alternative on Taco Tuesdays or for Cinco de Mayo.
Ingredients: tequila, orange juice, pineapple juice, Grenadine, Champagne, ice, maraschino cherries & orange slice (for garnish)
Need something icy for your next girl’s night in? Or maybe just a pretty little cocktail for brunch or a baby shower.
Either way, this stunning punch cocktail is a must-make.
That said, it does take some prep work, and the ‘slush’ needs to be made ahead.
Luckily, it’s super easy and can be made in a big batch for a crowd.
Ingredients: pink lemonade, ginger ale, Triple Sec, pink Champagne, mint sprigs (for garnish)
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