We're so excited that it is finally May! With long days, hot nights, and alfresco dining, the warmer months are our favorite time of year. The weather here in San Francisco has been gorgeous for the past couple of days, and we are ready to get our grill on while sipping refreshing cocktails. Here are five items we can't live without this month.
With the arrival of Spring (and the thought of Summer coming soon), I've turned my attention toward refreshing and delicious pitcher drinks. From lemonade to sangria, during the warmer months, I drink everything out of a pitcher. Since you, too, will probably be making a batch of iced tea or mojitos, I've rounded up a selection of wonderful pitchers. The one I want is this tall sangria pitcher. I prefer clear glass pitchers that allow you to see what's inside, and this one is absolutely lovely. It even comes with a set of glasses! Browse my bookmarked collection below and let me know which is your favorite style!
While I'm a huge fan and advocate of pitcher drinks, it recently came to my attention that I don't own a pitcher! From sangria to lemonade, I plan on making a lot of concoctions this Spring and Summer and it's high time I invested in a sturdy, yet stylish pitcher. Can you help me find one? Here's what I need you to do: search the Internet for pitchers and when you come across something you think I'll like, bookmark it in the Off to Market group in the YumSugar Community. This will allow me to share your discoveries with everyone. It's super easy and really fun, so start looking for pitchers now!
My favorite sangria pitcher has cracked. I removed it from the dishwasher when it was warm, added a bunch of ice, and put a giant crack in it. While I was bummed at first, I realized that this means I have to get a new pitcher! I asked you to help me find a delightful sangria pitcher. You looked for a large, pretty pitcher that will hold both white and red sangrias, lemonade, or iced tea. You bookmarked pitchers in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag, Sangria Pitcher.
I love this sleek spouted glass pitcher that LesleyP825 found. Its classic and simple style highlights the beautiful, natural color of the liquid that fills it. Thanks for your help! Check out all of the sangria pitchers below, by scrolling to the right.
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My favorite sangria pitcher has cracked. I removed it from the dishwasher when it was warm, added a bunch of ice, and put a giant crack in it. While I was bummed at first, I realized that this means I have to get a new pitcher! Can you help me find a delightful sangria pitcher? Look for a large, pretty pitcher that will hold both white and red sangrias, lemonade, or iced tea. Bookmark the pitchers in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag, Sangria Pitcher. I appreciate your help!
When I was a kid, my mom had the most beautiful set of butterfly coasters. They were bamboo edges with clear glass on top of lace with a butterfly right in the center. They were too pretty to use and she had them as decoration, but I would play with them often.
It's been a while since I've thought about the butterfly coasters of my childhood, yet lately I've noticed a big spring meadow trend happening in dining and kitchen decor. To celebrate Mother's Day, I've rounded up a bunch of the new butterfly products.
This Arthur Court Butterfly Cake Stand ($48) is absolutely perfect for my mom. What do you think? Would any of these products be suitable for your mom? Take a look, just scroll through below.
May is the unofficial start to my favorite time of year — Summer! To help you savor the magnificent month of May, I've rounded up a few things I'm currently obsessed with. Trust me, these items will make your life more enjoyable. To check out my must haves for May, click the "Start" button.
Recently CasaSugar and I were chatting about how nature's inspiring a lot of current design trends. The hot trend lies with our feathered friends. From cocktail plates to vegetable peelers, they're cropping up everywhere. Perhaps designers realized they needed things to hang out in all those empty branches?
To see all the birds I found over at ShopStyle Living just scroll through below.