Summer is here, and what better way to cool down than with a fresh summer cocktail? Before you can entertain your guests with a refreshing pineapple margarita or a strawberry mint Moscow mule, you’ll need the right tools to make them. Be prepared this summer by checking out these 7 must have tools to make the perfect summer cocktail!
Pour a glass and drink it too! Pouring your glass is just as important as raising it, and having all the right tools will give you and your guests the ultimate drinking experience. Our latest magazine featured some essential items needed to get you started. They range from coasters to glasses, champagne flutes and more. Check out the eight hand-picked products we’d love to gift or receive to create the perfect home bar cart— cheers!
Liquor and beer and wine, oh my! Adult beverages are a big part of almost all wedding celebrations. With so many wedding drink options, you’ll want to think outside the bottle, and check out these 4 creative ways to serve alcohol that will have your guests saying, “Sip, sip hooray!”
If there’s one thing Chris Nguyen of Cafe Natalie Catering understands, it’s that your wedding guests will remember the food they ate at your celebration. So that food better be…AMAZING.
And when Cafe Natalie is behind the dishes being served to your dearest friends and family, you know it will be. From the moment your guests wipe away those last ceremony tears and tuck into a Cafe Natalie prosciutto-wrapped scallop and mango mojito (or buttermilk-chicken-and-waffle bite and mint julep, or Maryland lump crab cake with chipotle aioli and peach bellini…drooling yet??), they’ll know they’re in for something special. Just how special, you ask? Click here to read the rest of this post »
Last week, Weddings in Houston celebrated the launch of our Fall/Winter 2019 Issue. Weddings in Houston’s VIP Insider engaged couples, partners and industry vendors came together for a memorable night of dancing and celebrating. Over 250 guests enjoyed fabulous food and drink, luxurious decor and exciting entertainment at the historic Julia Ideson Library in downtown Houston.