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Signature Cocktail: Summer Watermelon Refresher

When a tray of deliciously pink drinks is being passed around at cocktail hour, you don't have to ask me twice! Signature cocktails win me over every time. Most notably, at summer weddings when the urge to sip on something is bit more heightened. With summer practically here, we're kicking things off with...

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DIY Marinated Goat Cheese Favors from Alisa Lewis Event Design

I'm going to dare say that today's herb-infused festivities have earned a seat in my top ten favorite days on SMP, which may or may not have something to do with my love for food! And there's no doubt that the talents of Park Road Photography and ...

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DIY Herbed Salt Favors from Alisa Lewis Event Design

You guys, these adorable favors from Alisa Lewis Event Design are so simple and so lovely. I'm all about a favor that guests can actually use after the wedding and these most definitely fit the bill. Keep reading for the recipe and head on over to the gallery for the rest of this gorgeous herb-infused shoot! Don’t miss: ...

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DIY Wedding Cake

To be totally honest, making your own wedding cake is not for the faint of heart. It's for brides like Jess, who have a love of crafting, baking and DIYing running through their veins. But for those brides up to the challenge, we've got the step-by-step to make the whole process stressless as can be. And the end result?

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Sour Cherry Jello Shots + A Plum and Pink Palette

Whenever someone asks me about how to determine a color palette - whether for a new living room or a simple dinner party - I always say the same thing. Think layers. While it's easy to conceptualized a color blocked space (ie, pink and gold), your space will always feel richer with a palette that is layered with various hues within the same color family. And this Plum & Pink Palette --- um, and coordinating JELLO SHOTS -- from...

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Low Fat Hummus #2: Roasted Red Pepper

Hummus is one of those things that you can eat and eat and eat. And eat and eat and eat. And then you look up, an hour in to your favorite Housewives franchise and boom. 500 calories down the drain. So instead of drowning myself in hummus sorrows, I make the low fat variety. Normally I tackle the cilantro and lime variety from our last post because that's SO my personal flavor profile, but every now and then I spice it up with some roasted red...

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Burrata Crostini with Jam, Honey & Basil

I've mentioned before that I work with some of the most wildly talented ladies in the world - there's just no denying it. I consistently find myself soaked in a flow of inspiration of the very best kind and I count my lucky stars each and every day to be a part of it. When my fellow coworker, Melissa (who also blogs over at Yours Truly) sent along this recipe I literally leaped out of my seat. Cheese? Jam? Bread? BASIL?! It really...

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Nautical Party Inspiration + DIY Cake Pops by Andi Mans Photography & Design

The official start of Summer is just around the corner and I don't know about you lovelies, but I am definitely in the mood to celebrate the new season.  So, when Andi Mans Photography & Design sent along this sweet nautical inspiration shoot (complete with DIY cake pops!), well... I literally jumped right out of my seat.  It's everything (and I mean everything) you need for that perfect sunny get-together - bright pops of...

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Sweet Designs by Amy Atlas + A GIVEAWAY!

Everyone knows Amy Atlas. She's the pretty blonde genius behind the the dessert buffet craze that has literally changed the wedding industry. For the far more delicious of course. Well, not everyone knows that aside from crafting some of the loveliest sweets a girl could ever imagine, she is also one of the loveliest of women who just happened to write...

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Jack Daniels Whiskey Cupcakes Recipe from Fields of Cake

This morning was filled with a sweet kind of romance only two lovebirds who've been at this crazy little thing called love for nine years can prompt. But this afternoon is filled with a different kind a sweet, a kind of sweet that holds a special spot on all of our hearts here at SMP. Cupcakes. When we saw those Jack...

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Recipe From the Kitchen of Ron Ben-Israel

Hopefully you had a chance to devour all the deliciousness that was this morning's post. Pretty doesn't even begin to describe the images of all the gorgeous Ron Ben-Israel cakes the ladies of Belathée sent over. Lucky for all of us, the cake-fest isn't over.

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Enjoy Cupcakes, Jose Villa + A Recipe!

It's hard for me to imagine a more perfect feature than this next one. And since we are a blog filled to the brim with eye candy, that is saying a lot. I've been a little bit obsessed (ok, totally jealous) of Amber Vandervliet and her mobile cupcakery for some time. It's kind of like the dream business of all dream businesses, rolled up perfectly into one absolutely adorable RV. Based in Southern California, Amber has built a little...

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Holiday DIY: Chocolate and Caramel Covered Apples

So. Running a pretty successful wedding blog definitely has its perks. Aside from just being a really cool job (and getting to work in my PJ's) we also happen to get really great little gifts right around the holidays. It's actually kind of awesome, although many of them are making me quite fat. In a good way. So, one of those treats that we loved the most were these incredible Chocolate and Caramel Covered Apples that Jessica over at...

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DIY Project: Chocolate Covered Pretzels

I love this next project a lot. Probably too much. Chocolate covered pretzles are such yumminess, you can rest assured that your guests will definitely devour your hard work! Here is the breakdown... From Rachelle, the cute bride... My wedding was last weekend, so what better timing than to submit the favors that I actually made for my guests.  My inspiration came from the chocolate-covered pretzel rods I make every year as Christmas treats.  I have been making them for years...

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