Prosecco Punch Lemonade Recipe & Blogger Brunch

Hey y’all! If you follow me on Instagram (and if you don’t, you can here) you may have seen my posts about a blogger brunch I attended a couple of weekends ago at The Barn at Springhouse. Y’ALL. It was so gorgeous and perfect and Pinterest-worthy. The bloggers that joined up for the brunch are all sharing some inspiration that they contributed to the brunch today. I’m going to be sharing the recipe for the lemonade I created, along with some photos from the brunch.

Check out the bottom of this post to find my recipe and links to all the bloggers’ sites! Definitely creep on them for inspiration on outfits, recipes, and more(!) – they all have some AMAZING content!

Also check out these beautiful photos from our photographer, Kirstie Dunston (check out her Instagram for more amazing shots):

Prosecco Punch Lemonade

This lemonade is super yummy and fruity. It’s definitely a great combo for summer. It was nice and refreshing for the hot brunch, and it’s yummy for summer dinners inside or out. It would also be really good for a refreshing picnic drink!


  • 1 bottle Prosecco
  • 1 liter lemon-lime drink
  • Fruit of your choice (I cut up 1 package strawberries and 1/2 of a small watermelon)
  • 1/2 bottle lemonade


  1. Cut up fruit (you can use a bag of frozen fruit if you prefer that).
  2. Pour the liquids into the pitcher
  3. Stir all the ingredients in the pitcher.
  4. Chill in the fridge overnight or until serving
  5. Enjoy!


Please let me know if you recreate this yummy mixture! Check out my fellow blogger babes and beau here:

Taylor Camacho | The Stylish Tales of Tay

Kelsey Bauer | KabKitchen

Emily Ho | Authentically Emmie

Sarah Caton | Space, Place & Southern Grace

Tif Fannin | Bright on a Budget

Katie Mullen & Anna Towle | Hartley Social

Francis Lee Baker | Lee’s Lookbook

Kayla Nord | Kayla Weber Art

Whitney Scheibel | Fabulous in Fayette

Ella Rutledge | Girl Meets Lex

Bronwyn Butler | Basically Bronwyn

Stephanie Hargis | This Lexington Life

Leela Foley | Lex Eats

Emily Riddle | Miss Molly Vintage

Lisa Coe | Candor and Rose

Amanda Zopp | Salt & Life Blog


Thank you so much to our amazing photographer, Kirstie Dunston.

A HUGE shoutout to Whole Foods in Lexington for donating the ingredients.

And a very special thank you to the following sponsors for providing the items for our goodie bags:

Shop Local KY, Miss Molly Vintage, AJ Apothecary, Shop Twenty, Morton James, Springhouse Gardens, Whole Foods Lexington, and Kentucky Yarnbirds.

Our brunch was held at The Barn at Springhouse in Nicholasville, Kentucky








  • Stephanie Hargis

    August 3, 2017

    That lemonade was dangerously good! I definitely need to whip up a pitcher of my own. Love that selfie of us. What a fun day! 🙂

    • KYgirlramblings

      August 15, 2017

      The only selfie I took haha. I’m glad the lemonade was a hit!

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