Flavored Lemonade Bar with Free Printables

A Flavored Lemonade Bar or Lemonade Stand is the perfect for Memorial Day or the 4th of July, and would be a great addition to your next party!

Lemonade Bar with Free Printables

We love lemonade in our house. Even more than that we love flavored lemonades. The Freckled Lemonade from Red Robin happens to be our favorite! My kids love picking the fruit out of the bottom and slurping the delicious lemonade until it’s completely empty.


Know how much they love that flavored lemonade, I thought how fun it would be to create a Flavored Lemonade Bar, where guests can play mixologist and create their own special lemonade drinks! The free printable set I’ve created is the perfect touch.

Create a fabulous lemonade stand of flavored lemonade bar with these adorable free printables!

This lemonade stand was so easy to pull together. The actually basis for my idea was this beautiful Natural Wood Potting Bench from World Market (SPONSORED). I never intended it to be a potting bench though – it’s going to be the perfect drink station for all of our future parties! I love the raw wood feel – it comes in a gray stain also.


For the lemonade bar, here are the supplies you will need to get started:


For an added touch of lemon, I added lemon slices to a vase filled with baby’s breath. My kids were confused and thought I was making flowery lemonade. I added lemon slices to the pitcher of lemonade too.


The perfect lemonade stand of course needs to have a whole bunch of lemons as part of the decor. I picked a bunch of lemons from my backyard tree – and yes that lemon on top really is the size of a grapefruit!


Aren’t these fruits just gorgeous? We used sliced strawberries, peaches, and blueberries for our lemonade bar. But almost any fruit would be great. Top it off with a sprig of mint for added flavor.


Torani Syrups are a must for making the perfect flavored lemonade. Try mixing them together for something even more special – the possibilities are endless! The one below is blueberry peach with splashes of peach and vanilla syrups.


I think the printable set that I designed if my favorite set to date.


I am so in love with this lemonade bar that I want to leave it up all summer long! I’m sure my kids would be thrilled!!


The drink and straw tags, lemonade banner, and two signs are yours if you’d like them. You can download by clicking the link below. Please remember that all of my free printables are for personal use only and are not to be sold or redistributed. Thank you!

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For a complete list of recipes on the site, go here.

Kristin Maxwell

Kristin Maxwell is the creator and main recipe developer, writer, and photographer of Yellow Bliss Road. A self-taught cook and self-appointed foodie, she specializes in easy, flavorful and approachable recipes for any home cook.

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  1. Love the idea of a lemonade bar – I downloaded the printables and can’t wait for the summer.
    Question – how do you attach the tags to the straws? Yours look so nice and neat.

    1. I just cut the strips, fold then around the straw and use a glue stick. If you do them tight enough they won’t slide, but it’s ok if they slide a little. Enjoy!

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful talent! I can’t wait to use these printables at an upcoming church party.

  3. I wasn’t able to download the lemonade bar printables. Any suggestions. Thanks for generously sharing your talents!

  4. I saw your adorable website and these cute printables from Pinterest, but was unable to get them to load. Are they still available? Thanks for your willingness to share your talents!

  5. Is there any other way to download these adorable printables? I’m having a hard time with the Google Drive. Thanks!!

  6. Thank you for the beautiful inspiration! I’ve been searching all over for ideas to make lemonade more interesting for a very special Father’s Day get-together this weekend! (I also love Freckled Lemonade from Red Robin! LOL) We recently found out my Dad has Stage IV lung cancer, I want to “go big” for this Father’s Day celebration and he loves lemonade! I just know he will love this ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. I’m so sorry to hear about your dad! What a sweet way to honor him on Father’s Day! I’d love to see photos if you have them.

  7. This is absolutely beautiful Kristin… The banner, the potting bench, sing, everything! I’m going to use it for a party this summer ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks so much for the printables. By the way, I just read your children’s adoption stories… So heart touching! They are blessed, as I’m sure you are as well!