How to Make Faux Pink Champagne

For me, a party is only as good as the food or drink. One of the first things people discuss after a party is how good or bad the food or drink was, especially at weddings. All of your guests will love Faux Pink Champagne!

For instance, let’s talk wedding cakes for a minute. I’ve tasted horrible wedding cakes and I’ve also eaten wedding cake that leaves me wanting more. The same goes for party beverages. I’ve tasted my share of good and not-so-good party beverages. There’s one thing I’ve learned from all of the parties I’ve hosted and attended. If you get the food and drink right, people will remember. That’s why I’m sharing my favorite non-alcoholic beverages, including Faux Pink Champagne.

Faux Pink Champagne is bubbly and delicious

Faux Pink Champagne first appeared in a roundup of my favorite non-alcoholic drinks. I realized that it gets amazing traffic from Pinterest when I created and pinned Faux Pink Champagne. So, I decided that this beverage needs its own page. So here it is. Plus, the light blush color is hard to resist!

Easy Faux Pink Champagne

This is perfect for toasting in the new year or for celebrating any occasion! Plus, it’s easy to make so it’s a win-win for all. You don’t have to do anything ahead of time. Just keep the ingredients well chilled before the party and you’re good to go.

How to Make Faux Pink Champagne

Faux Pink Champagne

Faux Pink Champagne

Faux Pink Champagne

Yield: 8 servings

Ingredients

  • 4 cups ginger ale (I use diet), chilled
  • 4 cups club soda, chilled
  • 3 cups white grape juice, chilled
  • ¼ cup grenadine

Instructions

  1. Make sure all the ingredients are well chilled. Mix a few minutes before serving. I triple the recipe when I'm entertaining a large group.
Nutrition Information
Yield 8 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 125 Total Fat 0g Saturated Fat 0g Trans Fat 0g Unsaturated Fat 0g Cholesterol 0mg Sodium 17mg Carbohydrates 31g Fiber 0g Sugar 29g Protein 0g
I usually have a signature non-alcoholic drink on hand whenever I’m entertaining. Here is a list of all my favorite drinks.

Mocha Punch

Mocha Punch

I don’t know why this is called punch. It’s more like a punch bowl full of the best frappuccino you’ve ever tasted.  I triple the recipe when I’m hosting a large group. When I’m entertaining family, I don’t have to double this recipe – it’s perfect for a group of 18-20.

Frozen Cherry Margaritas 

Faux Pink Champagne - Cherry Margarita Mocktail with garnishes

No Tequilla-Just the Sunrise

Faux Pink Champagne - No Tequila Just the Sunrise

Margarita Mocktails

Faux Pink Champagne - Margarita Mocktails

Pink Grapefruit Mojito

Faux Pink Champagne - Pink Grapefruit Mojito

If you’re looking for a signature drink for your upcoming party, try one of these. You won’t be disappointed and your guests will thank you.

About Alli

Southern, Morning Person, Jesus Girl, Frugal Party Planner, Writer/Blogger, Mom, Nana, Wife, Beach Bum Wannabe - Let's Have a Party!

Comments

  1. I always offer a mocktail or two at gatherings we host. Love this faux pink champagne. What an awesome alternative to apple cider. I can’t wait to try this. Thanks for sharing Alli.

  2. We don’t drink in our family at all, none of us drink. This would be fun to make and enjoy. I only have to get couple ingredients. Everyone is going to really enjoy making and drinking this champagne.

  3. Yum. I bet this would great on New Years Eve. And something that the kids could enjoy also.

  4. Yum, I need to try this out. I don’t drink a lot, but I do like to sip on champagne now and again. My kids would like that they could have this too!

  5. What a great idea for New Year’s Eve. I will try anything that has a little bit of alcohol in it and some fruit juice. This is right up my alley.

  6. The alcohol is the best part lol! BUT, these would be amazing for my kids on New Years 🙂

  7. I like having friends and family come over to our house once in a while. Serving drink is always fun to make .This recipe is a great addition on my list. It looks and it taste goo I bet.

  8. All these drinks look amazing!! Is it the grenadine that gives it the color? I love the taste of it in my virgin Shirley temples.

  9. These all look delicious. And without any alcohol they would be perfect for the kids!

  10. No one in my family really drinks, so I love finding fun and tasty non-alcoholic recipes for drinks like this. It looks so pretty too.

  11. We don’t entertain often and when we do it’s very casual so I don’t usually make drinks. That cherry margarita looks terrific right now!

  12. Claudia Krusch says

    Faux Pink Champagne would be perfect for New Years Eve. I have been looking for an non alcohol option for my guests. I will have to make some Margarita Mocktails as well.

  13. Faux Pink Champagne looks really refreshing and irresistible. Like the fact that itis non-alcoholic. A great drink for Christmas parties too.

  14. What a fun idea for New Year’s Eve! I can’t drink alcohol because of my medications, so I love finding fun mocktails.

  15. Debra Hawkins says

    This is such a fun idea for New Years eve! I am going to have to try out these gorgeous mocktails. My kids will love the color!

  16. I seldom drink, so this recipe for faux pink champagne is perfect for someone like me. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

  17. How pretty! My kids would love this for celebrations, like Christmas and New Years. It also sounds like it tastes great. I’ll have to give this a try!

  18. I was just looking for something I can make to drink this Christmas that we can share with the kids and this is perfect.

  19. That sounds delicious! I’m not a big fan of champagne, but I could totally drink this!

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