Recipe: Bridal Shower Sangria

updated Jan 29, 2020
Bridal Shower Sangria
A quick and easy sparkling sangria fit for a celebratory bridal shower.

Serves6 to 8

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Wedding season is just as much bridal shower season, which means in between the actual weddings you’re attending, you may have a few showers to pop into to celebrate the bride-to-be. If this is the year you’re finally hosting one for your sister or your best friend, you may be sweating a bit. How do you pull this thing off? Well, you need a winning menu that’s easy and fun, and a killer cocktail. Here’s that cocktail — it’s bubbly, floral, and fruity, and comes together in one big pitcher in a flash. That means more drinking and less assembling, which is a good thing at such a festive occasion.

(Image credit: Christine Han)

A 5-Ingredient Sparkling Cocktail to Enjoy All Wedding Season Long

This sangria comes together as fast as the time it takes you to pour a handful of things into a pitcher. Sparkling wine is a celebratory base for the sangria, while elderflower liqueur upgrades it even further with its sweet floral notes. Lemon juice and club soda make it light and easy-drinking, which is always a win, especially during a daytime shower, and a few big handfuls of raspberries add the fruity element to the drink and bring a pop of color to each glass.

The recipe can be doubled, tripled, or even quadrupled, depending on how many guests you’re expecting (a large punch bowl can be substituted for a pitcher if that’s the case). Stir the elements together before the party gets underway and then let everyone pour their own glasses just before the games start.

Bridal Shower Sangria

A quick and easy sparkling sangria fit for a celebratory bridal shower.

Serves 6 to 8

Nutritional Info


  • 1

    (750-milliliter) bottle prosecco, cava, or other dry white sparkling wine, chilled

  • 1 1/2 cups

    St. Germain elderflower liqueur, chilled

  • 1/4 cup

    freshly squeezed lemon juice

  • 2 cups

    fresh or frozen raspberries

  • 1 1/2 cups

    seltzer or club soda, chilled

  • Ice


  1. Combine the prosecco, St. Germain, lemon juice, and raspberries in a large pitcher. Top with the sparkling water. Pour into glasses with or without ice.