I ran across Brook Hagel Esty shop , where she creates one of a kind, fashion illustrations prints, and chic gift tags for your special day.
Brooke is an artist and designer, that has graduated from New York's Fashion Institute of Technology, where she majored in Fashion Design.
She has been in the fashion industry, wardrobe for television and theater, photo styling, and product design and development.
She started anEsty Shop, because she has a passion for fashion and drawing.
You can use your Custom fashion Illustration for a fantastic personalized keepsake and cherished gift. Brooke can draw you in your wedding dress, your bridesmaids or just any special occasion you may have.
Please check out her Esty Shop for your amazing custom creation. I'm sure you will love it!
- 1/2 oz. pomegranate liqueur - 1 oz. light rum - 1/4 oz. Blue Curacao - 1 tsp. agave nectar - Maraschino cherry, for garnish
How to Make It
- Pour pomegranate liqueur into a martini glass. - In a cocktail shaker, add other ingredients except cherry and shake well. - Slowly strain over pomegranate liqueur into martini glass. - Garnish with maraschino cherry.
- 1 oz. Caribbean rum - 1 oz. homemade grenadine* - 1/2 oz. Grand Marnier - 1/2 oz. fresh squeezed lime juice - Jamaican ginger beer - Thinly sliced lemon wheel, for garnish
How to Make It
- Add first 4 ingredients to a tall glass and stir briefly. - Top with ginger beer. - Garnish with lemon wheel. - Dissolve 1 cup sugar in 1 cup pomegranate juice. Superfine sugar dissolves instantly. Refrigerate any leftovers.
- 1 oz. Tanqueray Gin - 1 oz. Marie Brizard Apry (apricot liqueur) - ¾ oz. fresh lemon juice - ¾ oz. simple syrup - 2 oz. premium champagne - Apricot slice - Edible flower (for garnish)
To make simple syrup, bring 2 cups of sugar and 1 cup of water to a boil. Once the sugar has dissolved, remove from heat. Let cool to room temperature. Combine gin, liqueur, lemon juice and simple syrup with ice in a cocktail shaker, and shake well. Strain into a flared glass; top off with champagne. Add apricot, and garnish.
Cocktail created by Audrey Saunders, the Pegu Club, NYC.
* Lime juice * Crumbled graham crackers for rim * 1 1/2 oz. KeKe Beach Key lime cream liqueur * 1 1/2 oz. vanilla vodka * Squeeze of fresh lime * 1 1/2 oz. half-and-half
How to Make It
* Saturate rim of a martini glass with lime juice. * Dip upside down into graham cracker crumbs. * Pour liqueur, vodka, and squeeze of lime into a shaker. * Shake and strain into a martini glass. * Add half-and-half.
Have you ever thought about having a unique, one of a kind invitation,that no one else has and could have your face on it, well your dreams have came true. I ran across this amazing site that personalized, classy-cute invitations and stationery from the web.
Their designs come to life, as you create a look-alike "pose"of yourself, to fit your invitations, stationary and announcements for that special event.
What better way to get inspired, then by viewing this absolutely fabulous event thrown in honor ofBarbie's50Th Birthday Anniversary by Mattel. Thanks to Hostess with the Mostess for this incredible inspiration, this party was fully decked out in decor, designed by event planner Colin Cowie. The party included a real life Barbie Dream house which was decorated by Johnathan Adler, which included a wall-mounted mirror made out of 65 black and white bathing-suit-clad Barbie® dolls; Lucite tables filled with over 1,800 pairs of Barbie sunglasses, 3,500 tiny shoes, and 3,500 doll sized handbags; as well as a chandelier for the sitting room, fashioned out of over 30 blonde wigs.
As for the party, the interior house was transformed into a Barbie themed decor with a pink color palette, Pink roses for the centerpieces, signature pink drinks, a dessert table to die for with all the fixings including candy, marshmallows, chocolates and cookies. Also Barbie's closest celebrity and designer friends got a chance to strut down the pink carpet to sign a larger than life Barbie birthday card. What a truly inspired event.
Hey everyone, I'm new to this blog thing, but very excited about starting my very own. After viewing several blogs, and getting inspired through everyone's great ideas, I wanted to create my own blog on what inspires me and hopefully inspires others. I enjoy all aspects of Party/Event Planning, Interior Design and Decorating. I welcome any feedback and new ideas. Happy Blogging!
Ever since I can remember I had a passion for Design and Party Planning/Decor. I always had the eye for the small details that can make a HUGE impact for events we all have or will encounter in our lives, instead of the normal balloons and confetti decor I prefer using a sense of Design with a little Creativity using traditional party items. So that's where the name Visions came from. Its' my creative "Vision" that can make an ordinary event spectacular, along with your thoughts & Inspirations. Thanks for Visiting.