This post is paid for by Sauza® Tequila.I don’t usually celebrate Cinco de Mayo. But when Sauza® Tequila asked me to put together the perfect celebration for my friends, I was all in. I’m always looking for reasons to throw an easy party, for my favorite people, that will let us spend time together and lift each other up. It was also the perfect opportunity to dig a little deeper into
Balloons make for really fun and colorful party decorations! In preparation for Cinco de Mayo, I decided to create this papel picado inspired banner hung from balloons. I skipped the traditional colors in favor of pretty pinks making this the perfect way to decorate for a girl’s night in Cinco de Mayo party. Sometimes drinking margaritas with your girlfriends is the only way to go. But using balloons for decorations
I’ve always seen Micheladas and been so jealous. I love Corona and think it would be a fantastic ingredient to use in other drink recipes. But I don’t love a Bloody Mary which a Michelada resembles. So when I saw the Chelada recipe in Rachael Ray, I got so excited! It called for just two ingredients and sounded super easy to make. And with Cinco de Mayo coming up, it
YOU GUYS! How rad is this little baby poncho!?! Our friends threw their kid’s a fiesta themed party a month ago and I thought this was SO great and perfect for those of you that have babies or little kids and are planning to celebrate Cinco de Mayo! They made this adorable little pullover out of a placemat! Genius, right?! They nailed this theme and the entire party was amazing.
So last summer I discovered that I really enjoy tequila. Or rather tequila based cocktails. I’ve never been a shots kind of a girl and I don’t think my late 30’s, with two small children, is the time to start. And since I like the flavor of limes so much it makes sense that I would love a good margarita. About 6 months ago I asked my Facebook followers for