This impromptu brunch with girlfriends has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #KeepSpringBubbly #CollectiveBias
I’m sure you do. I’m sure you were like me and just sat there like, “what do I do with myself?”
It’s very similar to the feeling we get as soon as we send them back after a spring break of ‘I’m bored’. You know, because having 50 bajillion toys to play with is clearly not enough.
Of course, I have no idea what grown-up talk is. I assume you talk about work, relationships, and giggle. Not my infant’s lack of sleep habits. Who needs sleep when you have sangria, amirite?
But I digress… It’s time to show you the ways of the last minute party diva.
And don’t worry about being matchy, matchy. I challenge you to spend one of your late night feeding sessions browsing for color palettes, instead of Facebook stalking, so you see how okay it is to mix and match colors.
I’m sure the majority of you out there with tiny humans have cheese and crackers in your house. You probably even have a similar medley of berries to serve. Now, I make no promises that you won’t have to go to the grocery store before lunch time, but at least you will feel rejuvenated from your time spent with the girls.
Tip: I set this table before jetting off to school so I know cohesion is possible in under 10 minutes. That being said, it doesn’t hurt to keep a few dishes on hand for events such as this. I purchased the jars for my berries, red bowl for the cheese, and the tiny, clear bowls for nuts from the dollar store. Being able to recharge my sanity with a gal pal date is worth buckets of pennies, but I don’t need buckets when I shop smart.
Blackberry Ginger Ale Sangria Recipe:
I picked up:
- Canada Dry Blackberry Ginger Ale®
- Svedka vodka
So much winning going on!
Tricks for days, yo!
Tell me, what kind of cocktail would you make using Canada Dry Blackberry Ginger Ale® and Canada Dry Ginger Ale®?