HOW TO THROW THE ULTIMATE 30TH BDAY PARTY – GIRLS WEEKEND IN PALM SPRINGS!

This post is in collaboration with Royer Corp, Sovereign Brands, Sprinkles Cupcakes, Rad Girl Fashion, Penny and Gigi and Little Blue Olive. All photos taken by @KaylaMichellePhoto.

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I’ve always loved planning. Whether it’s a Daddy Daughter Day in LA, a romantic date night out, a family vacation or a girls getaway weekend, I’m obsessed with planning each and every stop! From the moment we arrive till the moment we leave, I’ve got coffee, brunch, dinner, drinks, activities and travel all dialed in! Happy hour? Check! Pool Party? Check! Dinner with an outdoor patio and great ambiance? Double check! It might come off a little Monica from Friends but trust me, I do my research! Besides…. “I wish we would have winged it” -said no one ever. 

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DESH X BUMBU RUM

This post is in collaboration with Sovereign Brands, and Royer Corp. All photos taken by @KaylaMichellePhoto. All recipes created by me.

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Bumbu rum is aged up to 15 years and is handcrafted from a blend of sugarcane selected from eight countries throughout the West Indies and South America. This allows them to achieve an exceptional balance of smoothness in their rum, without sacrificing richness and complexity, making Barbados distillery’s rum among the best in the world.

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HOW TO CREATE A POOLSIDE PARTY BAR WITH PIER 1

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pier 1. The opinions and text are all mine. All photos taken by me and my dad. I received free product from Pier 1. Affiliate links are included in this post, I’ll be compensated if someone clicks on an affiliate link and makes a purchase.
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It’s that time again!! Summer is just around the corner and personally, one of my favorite things to do is host parties for family and friends and honestly, what’s better than a party bar right by the pool?

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ROSÉ WITH A TWIST

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Rosé is a type of wine that incorporates some of the color from the grape skins, but not quite enough to qualify it as a red. It’s produced with something called the skin contact method. This is when grapes used to make red wine are crushed and their skins are allowed to remain in contact with the juice for a short time, usually one to three days. This may be the oldest known type of wine and is made from a wide variety of grapes and can be found all over the world.

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