So I’m a big party-thrower. I love everything about it from the decorating to the food to the drinks. But more than anything, I just like being around my friends. It’s great to decompress, laugh and have a little girl time – all the good vibes.
I love making punches for parties because they are self-serve, super pretty and VERY easy to prepare. It’s almost like cheating! So don’t forget, next time you host a party, throw together a pretty punch bowl or two!
This one is very light and tropical, which I think is great for summer parties. And now, without any further ado, here’s a quick and easy citrus punch recipe.
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Pineapple Citrus Punch, serves 20 small glasses
5 cups pineapple juice
2 cans Pineapple Mandarin Orange Palm Breeze
2 cans Ruby Red Citrus Palm Breeze
In a punch bowl, combine the pineapple juice and Palm Breeze. By the way, if you’ve never tried Palm Breeze, it’s kind of like a refreshing fruit spritz with just a little kick. Garnish your punch bowl with fruit slices or edible flowers.
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I hope you enjoy this!!! Reminds me… I need to schedule a party SOON. xx- Elsie
Any suggestions on how to make this nonalcoholic?
This punch looks delicious!!
Elsie, I just wanted to let you know that I’ve been following your blog for years and years. I’m so happy to see how much this blog has grown! I admire you and Emma and how hardworking and creative the two of you are. I wish you all the best for the future! Keep doing your thing! 🙂
I can’t wait to try this a the next pool party. I’m always in need of freash summer recipes
Oh my. This would be perfect for like a summer brunch
Emmy Jake NYC
Looks great! I can never have too many fun summer drinks, and this one just made it to the top of my list.
That looks actually too pretty to drink! I love adding flowers to drinks or recipes it looks even more delicious and pretty. Plus a good punch is a must for summer!
This looks so beautiful with the flowers!
It’s best to look for an organic source, but that’s not always possible locally. Bugs I’m not worried about because you can look it over, but pesticides are an issue. Especially if you intend to eat the flowers (a lot of edible flowers are more of a garnish even though you can technically eat them).
This punch looks so beautiful! Where do you get your edible flowers from? I know some bakers and caterers that are always hesitant to place live flowers in/on food because of potential bugs or pesticides even though the flower is edible.
Those edible flowers look delicious!
Looks so beautiful … and I’m sure it taste great as well.
Must try this over the summer
x tink Jayne lifestyle x
there is no way i am saying no to this !!
jess x | https://wellwellgirls.blogspot.tw/
May need to replace soda with juice (I hate sparkles in my drinks), but still looks delicious!
I’m sure it’s as pretty as good! x
yes this looks so perfect for the sunny weekend ahead! great recipe =o)
I love punch! I am still a sucker for the old school sherbet punch they would serve at every school function but now, with a grown up twist!
I’ve never tried but it looks absolutely amazing!
Love love love the colours in this. Great party drink. I must try 😉
I’ve never had punch. :/
I love how all the alcohol related posts here are from Elsie, because she makes everything look so girly and delicious that I wish I drank!