Pinning: Fun & Festive Cocktails

fun & festive cocktail roundup

I got a twitter notification the other day that said “congratulations, exactly 3 years ago you started with Twitter.” I’m not really one for remembering anniversaries, much less blog-o-versaries, but holy crap, 3 years and around 300 recipes later, here we are. I just have two words at the moment: THANKS & cheers!

I’ve been narrowing down some new years eve cocktail ideas – here are a few that caught my eye, check out these and more on my holiday cocktail pinboard. And if you have any ideas, of course leave them below.

Image credits:
Edible Perspective  /  Wedding Chicks  /  Cookie and Kate

our apple spice cocktails  /  Design Love Fest  /  Saveur

Shannon Kirsten  /  Stir and Strain  /  Bakers Royale

Flourishing Foodie  /  Martha Stewart  /  Style Me Pretty

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  1. Sophie from dinnersforwinners.wordpress.com
    12.29.2014

    Oh we love that Red Nose Punch from Saveur! This was my second year serving it at our Christmas party since it was such a hit last season! Pretty to look at, and delicious. I love your other choices, too!

    • jeanine
      12.30.2014

      Ha – great to know it was a hit, I’ll have to try it!

  2. michelle from lovely-little-things.blogspot.com
    12.29.2014

    delicious ideas all around!

  3. Congrats on your anniversary! I just had my first one. I also just posted a little bubbly primer and list of my favorite home grown recipes for champagne cocktails! Tis the season!

  4. Kate from cookieandkate.com
    12.31.2014

    Happy New Year, Jeanine! Thanks for including my margaritas. Looking forward to clinking drinks with you soon!

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