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FALL-tastic Margarita


Fall is HERE and that means it's time for pumpkin spice everything, apple picking and fires! To kick things off right, I figured a themed cocktail was necessary. And, a spiced cider margarita seemed quite fitting. You're welcome!

Cocktail Ingredients:
5 ounces spiced apple cider
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
.5 ounces Grand Marnier
1.5 ounces tequila (you can use mescal if you want a smoky taste)

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Cocktail Recipe: Coming Up Roses

Cocktail Recipe: Coming Up Roses
Our personal, all-time favorite cocktail - Coming Up Roses. Not only is this cocktail beyond delicious but it is also beautiful. It is a great cocktail for any event - especially bridal showers! Continue reading

Decorate with Wine Barrels



For those of you winos out there, what's a better way to decorate than with wine barrels themselves?! Wedding planning has been on my mind for quite sometime and I have recently decided that I want the overall theme of my reception to be both rustic and elegant. And, let's be honest, what screams elegance and rustic more than wine barrels? From cutting them in half for side tables to garden... Continue reading

Margs? Hell Yeah!



No matter if it's Tuesday or Friday, we could all use a margarita, or two, to make it through the work week! Plus, who doesn't love a night in with their girlfriends and my man, Jose? Grab a couple of cute margarita glasses (mine are from HomeGoods) and get to mixing. This recipe will not disappoint.


Ingredients:
3 limes
1 tablespoon of blue agave nectar - you can add more if you like yours a little... Continue reading

Cranberry Ginger Fizz

Who doesn't love a good cocktail? I am by no means a mixologist, but I love trying and creating new drinks (especially if they include gin).  These were so much fun to make and were absolutely delicious! If you are a crazy cocktail lover like myself, you have to make this drink at your next soirée. 



Ingredients:
1 cup cranberries (I used frozen cranberries because they weren't in season)
1/2 lemon,... Continue reading