This year we are in charge of making cocktails at Ashley’s family gathering on Christmas day and we’ll be serving this Holiday Moscow Mule. The combination of the cranberry’s warmth and tart flavor with the refreshing fragrance of rosemary give it an unmistakeable, delicious holiday taste.
As I am sure you know, I have been on a mission this December to make the most of the season by taking part in every festive activity! Yet a friend recently said to me, “I wish I felt the same way about this season as you do,” and it got me thinking…
I’m getting on a role with these craft nights. This last one was all about making hair barrettes and hair ties, because who doesn’t need a few more of those? There is just nothing better than a night with your best girls, a bottle of champagne or two, and some good old fashioned crafting.
Last Tuesday I posted about our trip to The Magnolia Company Farm, I shared a behind the scenes peek at the Christmas magic they create (see here) there during the holiday season. Today I’m so excited to share with you how we used a few pieces from The Magnolia Company to truly transform our home into a little Christmas dollhouse.
Okay, so let’s be clear on two things first… 1. This is the best recipe of all time and 2. I am not even close to being a Vegan! It’s that good.
In Florida it’s tough to have the whole ‘Christmas tree farm experience’, where you get all bundled up, thermos some hot cider, and set out to find the perfect tree. Sometimes I feel like the Christmas spirit is way, way further North of Orlando… That is until we discovered The Magnolia Company.
A few weeks ago, I was asked to team up with a few of my favorite bloggers to share our favorite holiday cocktail recipes for Southern Living, which, I mean… how do you say no to that?! Anyway, we had so much fun photographing and sharing our favorite “Festive Fizz” for the feature that I thought I’d officially share it with you too!