Easter Entertaining Drinks Garnished with Edible Flowers and BH&G’s Madeline’s Lemonade. Garnish with pretty flowers for Easter!

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The loveliness of one of my favorite holidays is almost here.

Time to pull out the Dollar Tree water goblets and champagne glasses to set a pretty table!

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And to think ahead to the menu and a drink that everyone will enjoy!

This year – Madeline’s Lemonade from the Better Homes and Garden site. We didn’t include the raspberries, which is optional.

My water goblets are in my kitchen, easy access. But I also have a box of 24 out in storage in the garage, along with 2 plastic containers that each hold 6 champagne glasses.

Since we’re not regular champagne lovers, we do like to use those glasses for special holidays.

Last year we garnished the drinks with little pansies, which is a very mild sweet to tart flavor.

For drinks you really don’t need to worry about people eating the flowers, because most guests will sip the drink and eventually take the flower out of the glass.

Madeline's Lemonade | reluctant entertainer.com

But for those wondering what is edible and what is not, this site links you to full color photos of specific flowers to help with identification. But as they say, don’t depend solely on the photos. Be sure you know exactly what you choose to serve. :)

Back to the prettiness and deliciousness of Easter.

I’d love to hear what drinks you’ll be serving on this glorious day?

Madeline's Lemonade | reluctant entertainer.com


Recipe: Madeline’s Lemonade {ReluctantEntertainer.com}

Summary: Delicious drink for entertaining adapted from Better Home & Gardens.


  • 6 lemons (1-1/2 cups juice)
  • 2 limes (1/3 cup juice)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 6 cups water
  • 1 cup fresh raspberries (optional)
  • Lemon and lime slices (garnishing)


  1. In a 2-quart pitcher, combine lemon juice, lime juice, sugar, and water. Stir to dissolve sugar.
  2. Add raspberries; cover and chill overnight. Serve over ice. Garnish with lemon and lime slices or fresh edible flowers.

Preparation time: 10 minute(s)

Number of servings (yield): 8


Here are some more lovely drinks to make for your Easter brunch or dinner:

Lemon and Strawberry Mojitos
Blood Orange Frozen Sangria
Raspberry Basil Mojitos
Blood Orange Mimosas
Spiked Raspberry Lemonade
White Wine & Lemon Aperitivo
Nonalcoholic drinks from Martha Stewart