Easter Drink

Easter Drink

With Easter coming up and our WonderSip Bogo sale, we’ve gathered some of our favorite drink ideas that will add a little bit more sunshine to the holiday! Enjoy these guys with our Easter Variety Pack for added color, fun and convenience. 

With Easter coming up and our WonderSip Bogo sale, we’ve gathered some of our favorite drink ideas that will add a little bit more sunshine to the holiday! Enjoy these guys with our Easter Variety Pack for added color, fun and convenience. 

Though Easter is not typically the holiday where people get together and party, if there’s one thing we have learned in the past two years is that being together is a privilege. It’s much safer this year to get together and enjoy each other’s company so let’s take advantage and have ourselves a little Easter party! Grab your baskets, phones, keys, kids and come on over. Everyone’s welcome!

There’s nothing like a perfect Spring day brunch. Make it Easter and you’ve got yourself a fun holiday. Easter is all about Spring and Easter drinks should be light and refreshing for a warm Spring day. 

While the kids are running around in the backyard looking for eggs, parents can enjoy some time to themselves inside. 

Enjoy a nice raspberry rosé sangria

It’s pretty easy to make too! All you need is:

1 lemon

3 cups of raspberries

2 tbsp of granulated sugar

8 oz of lemon-lime soda or club soda

2 oz of water

1 750 ml bottle of rosé

Combine 2 cups of the raspberries, sugar and water in a saucepan to make a raspberry simple syrup. Wait for the sugar to dissolve then strain the syrup. Let the liquid cool (you don’t want a warm cocktail, do you?) and then set aside. In your pitcher, combine the rosé, soda and your remaining raspberries. Squeeze that lemon in their and stir. Mix in your raspberry simple syrup and you’ve got yourself a fruity, refreshing drink for your Easter brunch! You can also simply omit the rosé for a non-alcoholic option!

What’s a party without a little punch. This non-alcoholic Easter punch is guaranteed to knock your socks off. Ok, maybe not literally. But it’s still really good! All you need is:

2 liters of strawberry soda

2 bottles of fruit punch koolaid

1 quart of pineapple juice

1 lemon

Pink sanding sugar

Simple syrup - 2 cups of water and 2 cups of sugar

Mix your soda, koolaid, simple syrup and pineapple juice together well into your pitcher. Use the lemon and pink sanding sugar to make a fun sugar rim for your punch. Kids love it. It adds just the right amount of sweetness to your drink. If you don’t want any excessively licked rims, use your WonderSip straws to really drive your party punch experience home. 

Well, there you have it! We got two drinks that is guaranteed to make your Easter brunch the talk of the town. And clean up won’t be hassle. Snap open your WonderSip straws, glasses and stirring spoons and toss those bad boys in the dishwasher. Done!

Have a happy Easter!