In January, we were honored to be a part of the Love is Love Wedding Giveaway, concepted by photographer [Lisa Woods] and coordinated by Kate Goddard of [Wild Sky Events]. Lisa and Kate, along with a host of local vendors (who are all listed below), teamed up to create a stunningly gorgeous, one of a kind wedding for Cassie + Amber, the lucky winners of the giveaway. And they each did it on their own dime.Read More
Many people think that having an open bar at their Austin wedding, private party or corporate event is a good idea.
Ummm ... no.
The next time you are at a regular bar in austin, watch the bartenders. What do you think they will serve the most? Yup, beer!
If you want to spend the money and energy having a full bar – go right ahead. Just remember a couple of things:Read More
Springtime in Austin means many couples are busy planning for their big day. Weddings in Austin and the Hill Country are wonderful any time of year, but there is something about spring, isn’t there?
Here are five reasons why you should hire an Austin bartender for your wedding event:
5. YOU GET TO ENJOY YOUR OWN WEDDING – Having an Austin bartender do all the “hard work” allows you to worry about the other important matters, such as who will dance with your kid sister or “how long should I keep him waiting….”Read More
So, tonight is the big night! You are hosing a much talked about, long-awaited Austin cocktail party in your very own condo! All your friends (even a few sort of friends) from Georgetown and Round Rock, to Buda and Wimberly have responded YES to the Facebook invites. The condo is sparkling, the dog is with your Mom and the playlist has been approved by your hipster co-worker. You even have that new little black dress hanging upstairs ready to show off your hard earned Pure Austin figure!Read More
Be your own bartender and let’s get this Austin party started! This easy and refreshing drink is perfect for those hot lazy Austin evenings! With the measurements shown, you can fill a punchbowl with this Watermelon Cocktail.
(1) Buy a ripe and locally grown watermelon. Remove the rind and seeds then mix in a blender for one minute. (Save some watermelon to garnish the glasses).Read More