Creating your own signature cocktail it’s a great way to add a personal touch to any event. The perfect signature drink can coordinate with the event’s mood, colors, season and theme. You can even have fun with it and name your cocktail!
I think a Pomegranate Martini will align well with an autumn event. Check out the delish recipe below!
– 1 1/2 cups pomegranate juice
– 2 ounces Absolute Citron vodka or white tequila
– 1 ounce Cointreau liquor
– Cup of ice
– Splash of sparkling water (optional)
– Squeeze of lemon (optional)
Shake ingredients in a shaker and put in chilled martini glasses. Put pomegranate fruit into glass as garnish.
Did you include a signature drink in your special event? If so, please share!
I’m completely hooked on Pinterest! Since Autumn is almost here, I began lurking around for some Fall wedding inspiration. It is such a beautiful time to have a wedding. Enjoy the eye candy!
Have you checked us out on Pinterest? You can find us HERE!
My oldest son begins preschool this Monday. He is super excited about it. My parents had the tradition of taking pictures of me and sisters on the first day of school. I plan to carry on that tradition with my kids. I designed these fun 1st day of school signs to go along with the pictures. The signs include nursery school up to twelfth grade. You can also modify the school year and child’s age.
Want your own set of signs? All you have to do is become a fan on our facebook page, and you’ll have instant access to download them. For those of you who already started school, you can always do a retake of the first day. No one will ever know
I hope you enjoy them!
Last month, Tara from Baby Lifestyles reached out to us to see if we wanted to contribute on their upcoming magazine issue. We didn’t hesitate for a second and went to work. That’s how our “Endless Summer” shoot was born!
Their August/September issue is finally out. It’s shock full of great inspiration and eye candy. Check it out HERE.
Thanks so much for this opportunity Tara!
While looking for inspiration for our “End of Summer” shoot, we came across this fun and easy tutorial to make rolled paper flowers that the talented Emily from Jones Design Company posted a few months ago. We thought that since we loved it so much you would too. So head over to her blog to check it out.
Even though we still have some time left before summer is officially over, we wanted to share with you some inspiration just in case you are planning an “End of Summer” celebration.
We designed this entire party around the watermelon color palette–pinks, reds, greens and creme for a great summer feel. Snacks included tomato, basil & mozzarella crostinis, BLT sandwiches, and baked mac & cheese. The table featured apple & watermelon sailboats, watermelon bites topped with fluff cream cheese and mint, and refreshing melon skewers. The party also included pink cupcakes with chocolate chips, watermelon iced cookies, and paper cones filled with cotton candy and popcorn.
A handmade paper bouquet decorated the center of the table. And, our “End of Summer” party collection printables brought everything together.
We poured watermelon and raspberry punch into an hallowed out watermelon to add a great statement piece.
The cake was pink-colored vanilla with mini chocolate chips to give the seeded effect of a watermelon (when sliced). It was also decorated with the very popular green ombre look.
One of the reasons we love our “End of Summer” Printable Collection is because it can be used on many special occasions–from a pool party to a fun birthday party. The collection is available in our SHOP now.
I can’t believe how fast summer is going by! Have you started your back to school shopping yet? Stay organized with this super cute back to school supply list.
Just click HERE to download.
Lately, I’ve been obsessing over beautiful fabrics and patterns (can you tell?). As I was browsing Etsy, I chanced upon some really stylish fabric coasters so I had to share them with you all!
Aren’t these so cute? I can totally see myself using them at my next party.How do you see yourself using these fabulous coasters?
The ombre style has been gaining huge popularity recently and I can see why! I love the light to dark gradient effect. I’ve mostly seen this ombre style used on hair, but I must say that I’m super excited Ashley from Under the Sycamore shared this fun DIY tutorial showing us that this ombre style isn’t just for hair anymore.
In this tutoral, Ashley shows us how to take a twin size sheet and easily turn it into a beautiful ombre garland by simply cutting it into strips, tying the strips onto a cord and dyeing them. I really love how the color pops on the fabric. She’s using hers for a baby shower she’s hosting, but you can customize this garland for any occasion!
This is just one of the many ways you can use this ombre garland!
For full instructions on how to create this great garland click here.
The lovely Amanda from Here’s Looking at Me, Kid has shared a super creative idea on how to create a customizable fabric backed business card. This DIY tutorial is seriously easy to follow and I’m certain you’ll have an amazing time choosing pretty fabrics that represent you!
For the full tutorial and instructions click here. Trust me, anyone who sees your one-of-a-kind business card will be incredibly impressed!