What's All the Buzz About? Embroidered Bee Cocktail Napkins!

April 22, 2014




Like many of you, I always have my bar area ready, and a spare bottle of prosecco in the fridge...because you never know when you might have something to celebrate!  I'm normally more of a wine or prosecco with St. Germaine kinda girl, but today I went with my take on the Black-Eyed Susan Cocktail because it is a yummy option that is great for spring and summer.  This recipe is sure to be a hit, especially when paired with fun critter linen napkins from Hattan Home.  I recently discovered Hattan Home, which is an adorable online boutique that specializes in fun and feminine accessories for your home and gifts your friends are sure to love.  Everything is bright and colorful and totally my style...I want pretty much everything!!





These linen cocktail napkins from Hattan Home are so fun and whimsical.  I mean, how can you resist the little bees and the witty "Buzzed" embroidered on them?  They also sell an adorable set of linen cocktail napkins that has two pink embroidered zebras that say "seeing double."  I often use colorful paper cocktail napkins, but these linen napkins add a nice touch of class, and a fun dash of whimsy.  I may never go back! 

Black-Eyed Susan Cocktails

3 cups Orange Juice
2 cups Mango Juice (original recipe calls for Pineapple Juice)
2/3 cup Vodka
2/3 cup Light Rum (I used Bacardi's White Rum)
2/3 cup Orange Liquor
Juice of one lime

Mix all together in a pitcher and serve over ice.  Cheers y'all!

This post was sponsored by Hattan Home, but all opinions are entirely my own.  

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7 comments:

  1. Those cocktail napkins are perfect! And that drink recipe is one that I will definitely be trying!
    xo

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    1. Thanks Zelle! The drink is delicious! Perfect for an afternoon at the pool.

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  2. Where did you get the spoons at?! I love them. So colorful and fun!

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    1. The spoons are actually about 50 years old! They were my great aunt's, as were the high ball glasses I featured. I love to use them because they are so bright and fun!

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  3. I love the napkins and the spoons! How special that they've been in your family so long. Lately I've been coming thrift stores for glassware from the 70s that reminds me of the stuff my parents had when I was young.

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