*All images courtesy of Pinterest!
If you don’t have Pinterest yet, jump on the bandwagon! I’ve used it to plan my wedding, eat more delicious dinners, drink yummy drinks, and even revamp my once extremely boring wardrobe. I’ve been on Pinterest for a while now, and it is incredible to see what it has turned into. I have found some absolute gems, and here are my 5 favorites (so far, this list changes like every day)
I am going to start off with my absolute FAVORITE pin:
This drink is amazing. I am not much a tequila drinker, but this went down quite smoothly. After a tough day at work and the feel of autumn in the air, this drink will send your taste buds into a frenzy and make you feel all warm and cozy. To get the recipe, follow this link (and you won’t be sorry you did):
For All of the iPhone Lovers like me:
This pin’s roots came from a blogger who at times uses multiple apps to edit one picture, and her pics are super cute and creative. Thanks to the person who found this blog and posted it for this iPhone lover to see! (I’ve already downloaded 4 of the 15 photo apps, don’t judge me)
Another amazing recipe:
My fiance and I made this for my mom and grandmother and the result was a melt-in-your-mouth, perfectly cooked, flavor explosion of epic proportions. Do you like cheese? Do you like chicken? Do you like balsamic flavor? Make.This.For.Dinner. And tell your friends, invite them over, and eat it in front of them.
Another Amazing iPhone App (if you’re getting married or know someone who is):
Finding this pin saved my wedding, literally. The venue I am getting married at (a private home in the Outer Banks) is extremely baller, and by that I mean the whole house is wired for sound. No DJ is needed if you’re getting married there, but a simple playlist just doesn’t cut it either. This app allows you to input your songs and playlists from iTunes into a music plan. Give it to your MC and put the airplane mode on, and you’re golden. Money saved, and happy wedding day!
And for the Harry Potter enthusiasts…
I made this for a Halloween Party at work and it turned out to be a huge success. I honestly don’t know who liked it more, parents or kids. The beauty of it is that there are several ways you can make it. Instead of root beer, I used diet cream soda. For the adults, you can make it into an “adult beverage”. The link below is how I originally discovered the recipe, but feel free to Google “butterbeer”, and you’ll find several variations. Now go home, watch The Goblet of Fire and bottoms up!