Can’t believe I’m about to type this, but another year has came and went. It’s been a very busy year for me, but mostly full of all good things. Hopefully your year has been full of good things too, and if not, it’s time to leave the old one in the past and welcome in a new one! If you’re planning to usher in the new year with family and friends, make sure to download this printable New Years Eve party banner for some easy party decor!
Chocolate rosé watermelon pops. Yes, you read that right. Today’s recipe is easy to make, delicious, and will make you the star of your neighborhood BBQ when you show up with these bad boys in hand. They’re a “healthy” alternative to traditional summer ice cream, with an adults only twist.
I’ve never met a Prosecco I didn’t like. I’m a bubbly girl through and through and if I can find a way to incorporate my bubbly into any other form of enjoying it, you can bet I’m going to try! And that’s exactly where today’s post comes into play. I’m sharing a recipe for pear and Prosecco popsicles that are a breeze to make, oh, so delicious, and a fun way to impress your guests for any gatherings you’ve got coming up too! Oscar party anyone?
Refreshing, light, fresh, and delicious, you definitely can’t go wrong with this champagne mojito cocktail recipe on your menu for Oscar night!
This weekend kicks off one of the biggest red carpet events of the year…the Oscars! Whether you watch to see who wins, who loses, or who wears what on the red carpet, I feel like it’s only appropriate to have an Oscar worthy cocktail to sip on while you watch. Today, I’m sharing a simple Champagne mojito cocktail recipe with you. Plus, any cocktail that involves champagne is Oscar worthy, if you ask me! 😉
There’s been a whole lot of champagne around here lately, but really, could there be a better time for it? (Let’s be honest, any time is a good time for Champagne). New Years Eve is on Friday and I’m prepped and ready to celebrate with a few bottles of bubbly, Kathy Griffin and Anderson Cooper. Those two seriously crack me up every year!
I might also add a few lollipops to the agenda. Candy is a food group in my house, at least until the January 1st diet’s start calling my name. So I’m going to live it up and enjoy all the sugar I want until then.
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!