Frothy Baby Shower Punch

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Baby Shower Punch

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When planning a beautiful baby shower we want everything to be perfect. We’d like the guest of honor to experience the baby shower of her dreams! We spend hours selecting invitations, decorations, food, dessert, event set-up, and baby shower games. When choosing a delightful baby shower beverage, this fabulous frothy baby shower punch is an absolute must. It’s festive, celebratory and delicious! Today I’m sharing the baby shower punch recipe that has been a tradition in my family for more than three generations. When collaborating with my friend Melissa for a spectacular baby shower event, this frothy baby shower punch took center stage on the beverage table. Melissa’s Pink Perfection baby shower was featured in Better Homes & Gardens and on her blog bestfriendsforfrosting. Memorable images were captured by photographer NicholeBremer. May this delightful baby shower punch provide you with plenty of sweet baby shower inspiration!

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Ingredients: Pretty in Pink Baby Shower Punch

Baby Shower Punch: Directions

  • Remove the lid from the sherbert container.
  • With a pair of scissors slice down three sides of the carton from top to bottom.
  • Carefully slide out the whole solid piece of sherbert over the punch bowl.
  • The sherbert should sit directly in the middle of the bowl.
  • Slowly pour 7UP over the sherbert.
  • Beautiful thick dreamy foam will develop.
  • Sprinkle edible gold stars on top of the foam.
  • During the baby shower event add more 7Up to the punch bowl, as needed.

Ingredients: It’s a Boy Baby Shower Punch

Ingredients: Gender Neutral Baby Shower Punch

Gold Line: Sprinkles of Inspiration |

Many sweet wishes for a beautiful and elegant baby shower event! I hope this baby shower punch will delight and dazzle your baby shower guests. I invite you to leave a comment below to share your own fabulous baby shower ideas and tips. It’s always fun to learn new things!

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    1. Hi Michelle! I inherited my punch bowl from my grandmother which is actually an extra large trifle bowl. You might try a chain store called HomeGoods or look for a similar one on Amazon.

      1. Thank you! So have you made the punch? I have called 3 stores looking for Raspberry Sherbert but have only found Sorbet! Any ideas?

        1. Hi Michelle. Yes! This punch is a staple at all the baby showers I help plan for family and friends. For Melissa’s baby shower (this is the one in the photos) I started by checking my local grocery stores to see what flavors were available. The raspberry sherbert actually came from either Raley’s or Smart & Final. In the past when I’ve needed lime sherbert for a boy’s baby shower and could not find it at the supermarket, I went directly to a local creamery to buy hand-scooped half gallon containers. In Sacramento there are three awesome creameries (ice cream eateries that make their own ice cream and sherbert): Vic’s Ice Cream, Gunther’s, Leatherby’s. I recommend contacting a creamery in your neighborhood to inquire about the sherbert flavors they produce. Then you can match up the sherbert with regular 7-up, Cherry 7-up, or Orange Crush. I hope this helps!

  1. Showing my age but we used to make this punch when I was younger with ginger ale and rainbow punch. I am so making this for kids they are going to love it.

  2. Since I don’t know anyone having a baby I would love to use this punch idea for a Pretty In Pink themed party. It looks really delicious and definitely instagram worthy

  3. I absolutely LOVE the creativity behind these ideas! And I actually had no idea edible gold stars even existed – I may be making any excuse to make this delish punch even without a baby shower in my plans! Pinning for inspiration!

  4. This is so cute ! My family and I make this for parties all the time, but we always scoop out the sorbert instead . I like your way much better!!! The way you do it make it look so much more clean cut ☺️. I can’t wait to have a baby!

  5. I love baby showers!!
    That punch looks adorable and sounds delicious. Those edible stars are so cool, I didn’t even know they existed!

  6. Oh that punch sounds sooo good, and I think the edible gold stars just make it spectacular – thanks for the recipe!!