The Best Easter Punch Recipes For a Celebration

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The only Easter punch recipes you need for any Easter celebration! These recipes are bright and citrusy and full of spring flavors. They’re great for Easter dinner, Easter brunch, or an egg hunt party! It’s nice to have your guests serve themselves, making it easier on the host.

So if you’re planning a fun Easter weekend, keep reading for the best punch recipes!

Easter is a great time to host family gatherings. The weather is getting warmer, flowers are blooming and it’s a wonderful time to be outside decorating Easter eggs. Anytime we have a gathering we serve a signature cocktail or punch. Nothing looks more beautiful than a stunning punch in a large vintage bowl.

The Best Easter Punch Recipes

These are flavorful punch recipes that are perfect for an Easter spring occasion. Serve them in a large pitcher or a giant punch bowl with slices of fresh fruit and edible flowers.

Lavender gin and tonic in large pitcher with lime slices

Lavender Gin and Tonic Punch

Lavender Gin and Tonic Punch is light and refreshing! It’s naturally flavored and the beautiful purple color is from butterfly pea tea. The color makes this punch perfect for spring! This recipe will be a big hit for an Easter holiday brunch.

Ingredients: Gin, Tonic Water, Lime Juice, Butterfly Pea Flower

Easter punch with sliced citrus

Pineapple Orange Juice Punch

This is a delicious punch and easy to make! Pineapple Orange Party Punch is spiked with alcoholic ginger beer and spiced rum! It only has 5 simple ingredients plus fresh fruit to garnish, this punch is perfect for sipping by the pool!

Ingredients: Pineapple Juice, Ginger Beer, Fresh Orange Juice, Spiced Rum, Orange Slices, Pineapple Slices

orange juice and Prosecco

Prosecco Mimosa Punch

It’s easy to make a fancy Prosecco punch for Easter Sunday! Multiply the recipe by the number of guests and enjoy a crisp and bubbly cocktail!

Ingredients: Prosecco, Orange Juice

gin punch with pineapple

Pineapple and Carrot Punch

This gin punch stands out for its beauty! It’s also Easter bunny approved and made with carrot juice and pineapple juice! It has a fruity flavor and the ingredients create a lovely, bright color for spring.

Ingredients: Pineapple Juice, Carrot Juice, Lemon Juice, Gin, Bottle Ginger Ale

Watermelon Juice Cocktail Punch in a Punch Bowl

Watermelon Punch

Watermelon punch isn’t just a summer drink! This beautifully pink cocktail is also great for spring!

Ingredients: Watermelon Juice, Tequila, Lime Juice, Cointreau (or triple sec) Simple Syrup

whiskey and lemonade

Pink Lemonade and Whiskey

For any whiskey lovers, we recommend pink lemonade and whiskey! This is an easy punch that can be served in a pitcher. Make a large batch and sever it over ice with a few edible flowers.

Ingredients: Pink Lemonade, Whiskey

orange juice cocktails

Orange Juice Punch

Any of our classic orange juice cocktails can easily be turned into a punch for Easter! Using just two ingredients, make a quick and easy punch that is perfect for brunch.

Ingredients: Orange Juice, Spirit

floral sangria punch

Floral Sangria Punch

A bright and festive sangria punch made with white wine. Serve this is a tall glass pitcher with floral ice cubes.

Ingredients: Sauvignon blanc, Elderflower liqueur, Cointreau, Strawberries, Oranges, Lemon Edible Flowers.

Easter punch with strawberries

Strawberry Champagne Punch

If you love juicy sliced strawberries and Champagne, this easy recipe! Find the recipe in the recipe card below.

Ingredients: Fresh Strawberries, Bottle of Champagne, Ginger Ale

Easter Punch Garnishes

Cocktail garnishes add a charming presentation to the punch. Here are some ways to add colorful garnishes to your punch:

Fresh Herbs – Such as thyme, rosemary, and sage.

Sliced Citrus – Float fruit slices like sliced oranges, lemons, and limes. They add color and flavor to drink recipes.

Edible Flowers – Our go-to for adding charm to a cocktail recipe!

Non-Alcoholic Punch

Turn any of this recipe into a non-alcoholic punch by removing or replacing the spirit. If you’re replacing the spirit, try a zero-proof brand of spirit to add to the recipe.

You can also try one of these Easter punch recipes without alcohol.

Tips for Serving Easter Punch

  • Serve in a large bowl with a ladle for scooping into glasses. 
  • Keep it in the refrigerator until ready to serve, then add in an ice ring or large ice cubes. 
  • If the recipe has bubbles, add them in right before serving to keep some of the fizz.
  • Make extra and leave it in a container in the refrigerator to easily fill the bowl during the party.
  • Always taste test. Add more ingredients if you like! 
  • Add garnishes and make it pretty!

Ice Ring for Punches

An ice ring is the best way to keep punches cold. They fit perfectly into a large punch bowl and melt slowly. Fill a bundt pan with fruit, herbs, and water and freeze. Add it to the punch 5 minutes before serving.

strawberry ice cubes

Fun Ice Cubes

Festive ice cubes are also great for adding charm to a punch. Here are some fun ideas:

Pink Ice Cubes

Blue Ice Cubes

Strawberry Ice Cubes

Simple Syrup for Punches

Many cocktails and punch recipes use simple syrup to sweeten them. See our guide to making simple syrup and creating unique flavors with fresh herbs and berries. Create your own delicious combination of syrups to use for spring cocktails.

Favorite Punch Bowls

We have a few different punch bowls we switch out for parties and holidays. You can find beautiful vintage punch bowls at local vintage stores or on Etsy. Here are a few of our favorite punch bowls:

Britta Optic 10-Piece Punch Bowl Set

Handmade Pure Copper Punch Bowl – This would be great for a Moscow mule punch!

Olivia & Oliver® Madison Punch Bowl with Ladle

When to Serve Easter Punch

These spring recipes are not just for a special occasion for Easter! Serve them on these occasions too:

Bridal Showers

Baby Showers

Garden Party

Graduation Party

More Punch Recipes You’ll Love

Here are more party punch recipes that can work for an Easter celebration:

Blackberry Margarita Punch Recipe – We’ve been making this for years. Always a favorite!

Jolly Rancher Punch – Our most popular holiday punch recipe.

Sparkling Apple Cider Punch – An apple cocktail made with cider.

Rum Punch Recipe – A classic cocktail with rum and pineapple.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are you supposed to drink on Easter?

Depending on if you’re hosting Easter brunch, lunch or dinner, you can serve coffee, cocktails, a fancy punch, mimosas or tea for drinks. Have a few options available for guests to pick from.

strawberry Easter punch recipe

More Easter Entertaining Ideas

More festive Easter ideas to pair with one of our refreshing punch recipes!

Easter Dessert Recipes

A Colorful Easter Brunch

Easter Candy Platter

Easter Bunny Cookies

Thumbprint Cookies

Serve any of these cocktails with one of these delicious brunch recipes.

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Easter punch with strawberries

Easter Punch Recipes – Strawberry Punch

A simple three ingredient Easter punch made with strawberries!
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Course: Cocktail
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
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Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 10 guests
Calories: 116kcal
Author: Eden


  • 750 ml Champagne, or sparkling white wine
  • 2 liters ginger ale
  • 12 ounces strawberries, fresh, sliced


  • Add all of the ingredients into a large punch bowl.
    Easter punch with strawberries


Calories: 116kcal | Carbohydrates: 21g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 20mg | Potassium: 120mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 20g | Vitamin A: 4IU | Vitamin C: 20mg | Calcium: 18mg | Iron: 1mg
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