Winter Wonderland Cocktails

Can you believe it’s already December? We can’t! There’s so much to love about this season though, from holiday parties to winter weddings. One of our favorite parts is all the yummy cocktails that keep us warm during the winter wonderland months. We’ve rounded up our favorites for you to use as signature cocktails or to impress guests at a holiday party. Enjoy!

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Gingerbread white russians, yum!

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This blueberry and cinnamon cocktail is perfect for the winter season!

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Add cranberries to your white wine sangria for an easy, holiday special!

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A true winter wonderland martini!

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What’s prettier than a red wine hot chocolate cocktail in dainty tea cups?

All of these cocktails would look so magical at your winter event! What’s your favorite part of hosting over the holidays? Share with us on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter!

Halloween at Home

Planning a party this Halloween? Check out these ideas to throw a classy bash with treats and maybe even a few tricks!

Above Left: A Blissful Nest – Above Right: TipJunkie

Food and Drink

When I’m planning a party, I like to start with the good stuff: the treats! There are plenty of fun ways to bring in the fall season as well as some creepy concoctions. For a taste of fall try apple cider from an apple with raisin and cinnamon garnish or adult pumpkin pie infused with rum! On the spooky side, try bloody shirley temples equipped with a shot from a plastic syringe or pretzel fingers made with pretzel rods dipped in chocolate and topped with an almond sliver as the fingernail!

Above Left: A Blissful Nest – Above Right: TipJunkie


Small touches can go a long way. Make each guest feel in the Halloween spirit with place cards also acting as an obituary and drinks with eerie tags such as the scull labels shown above.

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Traditionally, Halloween decor is black and orange but stray from the conventional a bit and tone the orange down a little using it only as an accent keeping the pallet neutral but rich in pattern and antique textures.

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Happy Haunting!