Food & Drinks

Valentine Italian Layer Cookies

Traditionally, an Italian Layer Cookie uses semisweet chocolate, and is colored and assembled to resemble the Italian flag: green, white and red. But these tasty treats are too good, too cute and too fun to be left out for Valentine’s Day – so we zhuzhed it up a little to be more seasonal. Ombré the layers to be pink, and use white chocolate instead. Mangiamo!

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Champagne Margaritas

These Champagne Margaritas are the perfect drink for Valentine’s Day – whether you’re spending it with the galpals or with your tequila-loving honey.

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Heart-Shaped Champagne Marshmallows

Champagne or sweets: why not both? These champagne marshmallows are such a fun treat to remind those in your life how much they mean to you. Cut them in squares, or use a deep heart-shaped cookie cutter to make bite-sized hearts.

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The Sicilian

Renaming drinks at the reception or rehearsal dinner is a fun, easy way to incorporate and share the couple’s personalities with their guests. 
Tell guests the honeymoon destination over a drink at the bar. A limoncello sangria? Sounds like Italy in a glass to us!

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The High School Daze

Renaming drinks at the reception or rehearsal dinner is a fun, easy way to incorporate and share the couple’s personalities with their guests. 
Tip your hat to how the happy couple first met.
Amaretto sours get a lot of flack, probably because they’re deemed a beginner’s drink, but they’re still delicious. Sweet and a little sour can throw it back to earlier days, like when the couple first met.

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