We are smack dab in the middle of summer and if you are anything like me you love to wind down with a little Rosé on a warm summer afternoon, or evening…or all day. So why not throw the ultimate Rosé Party?
And apparently, I am not the only one drinking Rosé this summer. There are over 150,000 Rosé cocktail ideas on Pinterest and searches for rosé cocktails are up over 138%! So with that in mind, I partnered up with the teams at Pinterest and Brit + Co to throw the Ultimate Rosé Party last Friday at the Brit + Co headquarters. We shared 5 simple ways to up your Rosé Party ways – check out the full Facebook live post below.
Love Pinterest as much as I do? Check out my post with Pinterest lens here.
A little behind the scenes action from the Rosé Party with my girl Beth from Brit + Co.
This was by far one of my favorite recipes from the rosé party! Not only are they delicious, they are BEYOND Instagramble!
Rosé Popsicles with Edible Flowers
Step 1: Buy popsicle bags from Amazon (I found these amazing Frozip bags here).
Step 2: Add a teaspoon of rosemary + lavender simple syrup to rosé until the bag is almost full
Step 3: Sprinkle in edible flowers
Step 4: Set overnight (make sure your freezer is set to the lowest setting- Enjoy!
Check out the full Facebook live post from the rosé party above.
And before you comment on my voice YES I am well aware that I have a valley girl accent!Cherry Frosé + Rosé Lemonade from our Rosé Party.Post rosé party by the Brit + Co sign and the ‘Summer Rosé Spritzer’The stunning set up for our Facebook Live Rosé Party! If I learned one thing from teaming up with both the Pinterest and Brit + Co teams is that the devil is in the details. From blush colored flowers in reclaimed glass vases to edible flowers in the ice cubes + popsicles to adorable striped straws – They are ALL essentials when throwing the ultimate Rosé Party.And, can we also take a moment to admire this stunning Rosé bottle from Tank Garage Winery? The Stars Like Ours Rosé is summer in a glass. This fresh vintage Rosé is filled with aromas of watermelon, strawberry, rose petals, mint and grapefruit rind. Perfect on its own or as the featured Rosé in our Rosé Ice Cube recipe!And a little post-Rosé Party cheers in the Brit + Co garden. Our Facebook live was less than 15 minutes long…so I had to stick around to finish off all the cocktails, right?What was your favorite recipe from the Rosé Party? Let me know in the comments.
What I Wore:
Dress: H&M, Wide-Cut DressShoes: Valentino, Tango PumpsHair: Mckenzie Cusick // Hair by Mckenzie Cusick