A Confetti Floral Boozy Lemonade

By March 1, 2024 No Comments


cue the confetti.

Happy March 1st! Another Friday is here, and we’re excited to share a tasty cocktail recipe to inspire your weekend. Spring is one of our favorite seasons, and we’re sure you love it too, with all its pretty pastel colors, fresh ingredients, and beautiful flowers. Today, we’re sipping on a delicious floral confetti boozy lemonade, and we’d love for you to try it too! This bright and zesty cocktail is the perfect way to celebrate the start of spring, with its tangy lemons, colorful confetti flowers, and warm yellow hue that reminds us of sunny days. So let’s raise a glass to spring and all the wonderful things it brings!
*photography by Dayna Studios


Many people often wonder if we consume the edible flowers that we put in our cocktails. The answer is, it depends. If the flowers are used to make ice cubes, then I usually finish the cocktail before the ice melts and releases all the flowers. However, sometimes I do take out the flowers after admiring the beautiful cocktail presentation. It’s completely up to you, but it’s worth a try because they are completely edible!


This lemonade is absolutely delicious, and it’s all thanks to the fresh lemons, grated ginger, agave nectar, and fresh mint and thyme. Trust me, these ingredients really make this cocktail stand out! You can add any type of alcohol you like, but I highly recommend vodka for the perfect flavor. However, if you prefer a non-alcoholic version, you can easily make a mocktail by leaving out the alcohol.

A Floral Confetti Boozy Lemonade

Author :Abby Guido
Total Time :10 minutes
Yields :6 cocktails
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  • 1 cup of freshly squeezed lemon juice about 6 large lemons
  • 6 cups of water
  • 1 cup of agave nectar or honey
  • 6 shots vodka, or your choice of booze
  • 4 large fresh mint and thyme combo
  • Confetti Mix Florals


  • To prepare the floral disc ice spheres, you will need a sphere mold that you will find being used for various purposes such as ice, chocolate, soap, cake, etc. Fill the mold halfway with flowers and water. You can use as many or as little flowers as you like. Place the mold in the freezer for at least 6-8 hours, preferably overnight. Once the floral discs are fully frozen, you can leave them in the freezer until you're ready to serve your cocktails.
  • Let's mix up a refreshing cocktail! Combine fresh lemon juice, water, and agave nectar in a pitcher and mix until everything dissolves, especially the agave nectar.
  • Add the finely grated fresh ginger to the pitcher and let's get to stirring again.
  • Let's add some fresh mint leaves to the mix. When it's time to serve, grab a glass and add the pretty floral ice cubes. Then, pour in the boozy lemonade and top it off with some edible confetti flowers for a fun and tasty touch. Enjoy!
Did you make this recipe?Share a photo and tag @beijosevents – we can’t wait to see what you’ve made!
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Prep Time :10 minutes
Category :Cocktail
Cuisine :American
Keyword :BEIJOS COCKTAILS,floral cocktails,Lemonade

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