We’re deep into the Summer party season and keeping drinks cold always seems to be at the forefront of any party planners mind when you’re dealing with summer sun and 100 degree heat. But using the same old (ugly, sorry, but it’s true!) cooler, gets a little boring and doesn’t exactly omit a party vibe. Today’s project will do both with style! These DIY drink buckets are easy to make, will keep all of those drinks icy cold, and will also do it with a bit more flair!
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Barbecues, pool parties, camp outs, outdoor movie nights, and more! All fun summer activities to do with friends and family and all of them also involve snacks! My specialty! (No, really…I have “snack time” as a nickname, guys. I’m a legit snacker). I don’t mess around when it comes to snacks. They can make or break a party and it can be hard to pick options that appeal to a crowd. Whatever your favorites happen to be, these printable summer treat bag toppers will take your party snacks to another level!
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I’m definitely not going to complain that we are smack dab in the middle of summer right now. Summer just seems to make entertaining easier. You can expand your entertaining space to your backyard, a local park, or a gathering area at your local community center too. One of my fave types of events to host during the warm summer months…? A pool party! Today, I’m going to share some easy tips and tricks with you guys so that you can host your very own summer pool party with no fuss, mess, or hassle. Because, easy entertaining is the way to go!
This DIY sprinkle photobooth backdrop is a cinch to make, so colorful and fun, and won’t break the bank! It’s perfect for your next party!
I’m a huge sprinkles fan and there’s really no other cupcake topper that scream “PARTY” like brightly colored sprinkles. And you can’t really document an awesome party without a photobooth. So I combined my love for both and created a super simple way to make your very own DIY sprinkle photobooth backdrop!
It might still be January (for a few more days), but love is definitely in the air! The floral shops are full of brightly colored pink and red bouquets, boxes of chocolates and candy hearts are lining the aisles at the grocery stores, and reservations at the top restaurants are already booking up. For me and the hubs, Valentine’s day is the perfect night to spend in, ordering pizza, wearing sweats, and watching netflix. Does that make us old?
Whether you plan to spend Valentine’s Day in or out this year, there are still some fun and simple ways you can celebrate the holiday without going broke or spending a lot of time planning.
Today’s post is great for the kids, a fun v-day party, or even for adults who don’t plan on drinking over the holidays. These non-alcoholic Cupid’s Arrow Shirley Temples are easy to make, yummy, and too cute!
Today I’m going to be rounding out the New Years Eve champagne tasting party with part three! We’re talking about a super yummy recipe and some awesome (and easy!) champagne tasting party DIY’s today too.
Plus, I have a few more fun printables for you as well! You’d think it was Christmas today 😉
So, I’m sure you’ve all heard of a wine tasting, but today’s post is all about creating something even better, in my opinion. 😉 I’m sharing a fun new years eve champagne tasting party over the next few days, here on the blog, and providing you guys with almost everything you’ll need to pull off your own! (You can catch part one from the champagne tasting party here).
Today, I’m going to be sharing the in’s and out’s of hosting a champagne tasting, what to look for when judging your glasses, and also the free champagne tasting party printables to provide to your party guests to judge their own, which are pretty gorg, I might add.
I know that wine is a big deal. BIG. But for some reason, I’m just not a huge wine drinker. Probably because I like my sips sweets, and I just haven’t acquired the taste for the dry whites or the bold reds, but I can’t really get into them. One thing I can get on board with…? Champagne!
Not only does it feel special and celebratory when you drink it, but it pairs well with so many different juices and syrups to completely change the flavor. I’m a big fan. So when I started planning a little get together for New Years Eve, I wanted to put a fun spin on the traditional wine tasting party and change it up for someone who doesn’t really love wine.
So what did I do…? I created a fun champagne tasting party instead!