Because what girl doesn’t want to live in a tiny pink cottage on a beach in the Bahamas?! This place is so adorable. I’ve long advocated my love of tiny homes and while I wouldn’t call this “tiny” it does have a small home feel. There’s a coziness here that’s created with a variety of textures (lots of wicker!) and beachy shades of aquas and blues. Scroll down to take the tour!
This porch swing is the best one ever!!
via Coastal Living
I’ve been wanting to share this sangria recipe with you for awhile but couldn’t seem to find the time to get these pictures taken! This raspberry Summer sangria recipe is so delicious!! The raspberries act as little tasty pops of deliciousness in your mouth as you sip this sangria. Also I love that this cocktail is completely pink and the perfect sangria to mix up for a night with the girls. Not to mention that because this is a white wine sangria, just like my Grapefruit Sangria Recipe, you don’t have to worry about making it 24 hours in advance. Take a peek at the recipe below.
- 1 cup fresh raspberries
- 4 cups pink lemonade
- 4 ounces freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 1 bottle of a dry white wine – chilled
- Mix all ingredients together in a pitcher
- Chill for 2 – 3 hours and serve
*I chilled my wine before hand and you can also add ice to this as well
Serves 5 – 6
There’s something about a holiday that makes me want to eat! Seriously, it doesn’t matter the actual holiday, just give me food + something to drink and I’m happy. That’s possibly the reason that I often find myself sharing recipes around the holidays. For this Valentine’s Day (tomorrow yay!) is no exception. Get inspired by these 10 dessert and drink recipes to share with your valentine or even your galentine!!
Heart-shaped donuts! Who doesn’t love donuts? These would work for breakfast or dessert. via Frau Zuckerstein (you will need google translate) but essentially you can take any donut recipe and just make them heart-shaped!
Heart-shaped and love-filled Cookies via Dune Cheri – this site easily translates into english
Dessert Tacos!! because tacos shouldn’t stop with dinner. via Taste and Tell
Rose Gummy Bears so you can eat AND drink your wine! via Sprinkle Bakes
Watermelon Mint Limeade – just add alcohol of your choice. via A Crimson Kiss
Strawberry Cream Mimosas – I think strawberries are a running theme for Valentine’s Day since they’re naturally heart-shaped. via Swanky Recipes
A little rose goes a long way! If you don’t have time to craft your way to a cocktail or dessert, this will always do the trick! via Short & Loud
For Valentine’s Day this year I’m all about sparkly nail art. The more sparkle the better! I’m also still loving that rose gold nail polish trend from last year. It seems so fitting for a romantic holiday like Valentine’s Day. Take a peek and grab some inspiration:
a little glitz and glam goes a long way!
I love the idea of just one sparkling heart
If you want to skip the glitter but not the sparkle, add some of these metallic dots!
tiny hearts are still sweet
If you’re keeping it simple, just a pretty shade of pink does the trick!
Find more nail art ideas on Pinterest
This Palm Springs wedding includes two of my favorites things; the beach and succulents! Not to mention that this couple included their dog in the wedding ❤ I love that! He even gets something special to wear to the occasion. Check out the details:
this guy has my heart!
I love the simple table decor with metallic accents and just a pop of color from the single pink flower.
via Green Wedding Shoes
30 large fresh mint leaves
4 thick slices fresh watermelon, seeds and rind removed
10 ounces light rum, such as Bacardi
1/2 cup simple syrup
1/3 cup freshly squeezed lime juice (3 limes)
Sprigs of mint and spears of watermelon, for serving
Use a mortar and pestle to mash the mint leaves you can add a little sugar to help break up the leaves and get the oils from the mint extracted.
Remove and discard the rind and seeds of the watermelon. Place the watermelon, rum, simple syrup and lime juice in a blender and blend until smooth. Stir to get the froth to go down.
Put the mashed mint into a large pitcher and add in the watermelon mixture. Stir to combine the mint with the juice.
Place ice cubes in 6 glasses and pour the mojito mixture into the glasses. Garnish with sprigs of fresh mint and spears of watermelon.
via The Vintage Mixer