The best meal of the weekend is having a moment right now. Host your very own boozey brunch with friends and print these free wine tags to spice up the decor. Rosé + shine!
I am not Irish but I’m a lover of holidays and never let one pass by without some sort of celebration. Say hello to BGD’s official list of delish boozey St. Paddy’s Day drinks:
The best way to drink Guiness is with a little ice cream. Recipe here.
Mmmm ginger beer. Recipe here.
Greeeen. Recipe here.
Citrus paradise. Get the recipe here.
I love a good sangria. Recipe here.
Yum. Recipe here.
Love this idea.
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St. Patrick’s Day is faaaar from what it used to be (i.e.; college drunkfests, spring break trips and staying up all night/sleeping all day) BUT I still view it as the unofficial start to spring. I start to notice the smell of freshly cut grass, longer days, evenings outside, BBQing. Gahhh, it’s the best. So even if I’m in bed by 9 p.m. I still love celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. And my kids really love having Lucky Charms in the house. 😉
My biggest request of all time is, hands down, to carry larger mugs for all of my mug designs. Well, today I get to announce that we FINALLY made it happen. I AM SO EXCITED!
Along with the larger size, we’ve also added a few other cool features: including the design is printed on both sides! Lefties, that one’s for you. 😉
Our mugs are still printed in the USA, designed by me and of course, still dishwasher & microwave safe. We have lots of tried and true mugs up in the shop currently but stay tuned for the spring launch for NEW DESIGNS! WOOHOO!
As always, thanks for being so rad and supporting BGD!
I turned 30 last month. I intended to write a post or two reflecting on the milestone but everything I wrote sounded cheesy and done before.
The truth is, I am excited to be 30. I have no feelings of dread entering a new decade and I count the newly found wrinkles as laugh lines. 😉 It is truly an honor to be able to age and I’ve always kept that feeling near to my heart.
While I never wrote about it, I did spend a lot of time reflecting on my life and the freaking awesome people in it. I felt like this before I got the best gift ever from Tyler so imagine how I felt after…
Tyler asked 30 friends and family members to write me a note, letter or email for my birthday. Some were short, others were long and every single one of them meant the world. I haven’t ugly cried that hard in awhile.
I had my best friends reminisce about taking shots in college then fast forward to having babies together. My mom expressed that I was her best friend. My aunt talked about my dear grandma who passed and how proud she’d be of me. Running friends, who you get close with quickly when you’re on double digit training runs, talked about runfies and bear encounters and falling in the mountains. Best friends drew pictures of flamingoes. Heather wrote hers in Comic Sans and I wasn’t even that mad at her.
It is such a priceless gift.
“I wanted you to be able to read about the light you bring to people’s lives when you are in a dark place.” Tyler said these words to me when he gave me the letters. You all can just give him the Husband of the Year award right now.
I haven’t talked about it much aside from family and close friends but 2016 was a really hard one for me personally. I battled with anxiety and depression that left me feeling like a fraud and a crazy person in every aspect of my life. It was only through the support of Tyler and the people closest to me that I got through the worst of it.
It’s an ongoing battle but these letters are such a wonderful reminder of my worth.
It’s overwhelming but I am so thankful.
Easy dinners for crazy evenings.
Lighting is everrrrrything.
I don’t care what people say about Millennials, we are the coolest generation. Especially as moms.
Using technology to our parenting advantage. We will most definitely do something like this when the boys are older.
Architect turns an old cement factory into a super gorgeous, designer home.
Have a great weekend, friends!
BGD is back with more printable wine tags! This time we’ve got new mamas on the brain. Nine, no, TEN months of growing a tiny human is hard and I’m of the camp that we should celebrate moms every damn day. But we should especially celebrate them right after giving birth because, to put it mildly, birthing a human is hard no matter how you do it.
These printable wine tags are available for personal lifetime use. Print from your home printer, cut and put them on your favorite bottles of wine. The new mama in your life will love it, I know it. 😉
I love birthday traditions. It’s such a fun way to keep the magic alive and make the birthday kiddo feel special. We started The Birthday Interview when Harrison turned 3 and will start it this year with Sullivan when he turns 3. It’s SO fun to see how their answers change year to year.
I designed this editable PDF so you can input the name of each of your kids and print it from your home printer every year.
The All About Me printable is designed with versatility in mind so it can fit seamlessly in to any party theme decor. Plus, using the same design every year makes it fun to see how their answers change–and their signature!
We’d love to see your worksheet in action! Tag + follow @BritGarnDesign on Instagram and use #ILoveBGD for a chance to be featured.
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When your wine-loving friend gets pregnant with her third baby, it’s only natural her baby shower is booze themed. Guests brought her bottles of wine and we had a booze-y brunch.
Simple and classic was the idea. My friend Erin hosted in her beautiful new home.
Each guest got their very own wine glass to take home. I used to sleep, but now I just wine was a perfect tie in to the theme and perfect for all the mamas in attendance.
Mimosas and coffee were also served. For me, champagne with a splash of orange juice. Per usual.
Then for dessert–amazingly decorated homemade cupcakes.
The hostesses (one of them being me) are kind of anti annoying baby shower games. We are also against the term “sprinkle” but that’s neither here nor there. So we decided this fill in the blank guessing game was perfect–mama-to-be could take them home and have fun seeing who made the best predictions.
It was such a fun theme for a sweet friend. Baby Brunch and Booze! Best baby shower theme ever.
Obituaries for teenagers if they actually died when they say they’re “dying”
Made me feel old. Never forget how rough it was for Britney.
Have you jumped on this bandwagon yet?
Abandoned Wizard of Oz theme park. Creeeeeeepy.
Much needed laugh in the midst of the current political climate.
I’d totally drink this at a tailgate. Does that make me a bro?
Have a great weekend, friends!