Her Last Sip of Summer ~ Labor Day Drink Ideas!
23 Aug, 2012
It’s ticking away, folks. The last few weeks of summer are upon us. As much as I love fall, I am starting to warm up to summer.
I think this year summer officially passed spring to become my second favorite season.
That’s a big deal. Summer hasn’t been number 2 since I was a kid. But, my girls have a way of making me love the season all over again.
Nevertheless, it’s almost over. But before we say goodbye for another season, let’s make a toast to all the wonderful memories during the last weekend celebration, shall we?!
Below are 10 favorite kid/adult summer drink recipes I found floating around the web and one bonus drink to kick off the new season!
This one is simple, gorgeous and perfect for the entire family! Plus, I always love reading her posts. She makes me smile.
I remember making a similar version of this back in the day. It’s unique that I remember cause this puppy has lots of alcohol in it! P.S. It’s tasty, too!
This one is great because it can be enjoyed by kids but it’s easy to add a bit of adult flare, too. Plus – Amanda from At the Red Table is one of our feature writers. She’s kinda awesome. OK – she’s really awesome so you know the drink has to be pretty cool.
Rachel is also one of my favorites. It’s funny how I feel like I kinda know her but in reality we’ve never met. Ever. Maybe that’s how you all feel about us, too?! I feel like we should all know each other! Anyway – Rachel is preggers now, so – I’ll go ahead and enjoy this drink for her!
Because really? This is so cute. She has an amazing creative side. What kid wouldn’t want to sample this pink beauty?
Um, this one has captain in it. I like captain. A lot. Every time I say the word captain I think of these three things.
1. Drinking too much captain one night with a good friend.
2. All the Pirate movies
3. And the part in Titanic when the lady goes; “Cap-It-Tan! Cap-It-Tan! Where should I go?” ( Make sure you say it in an English accent.) And then the Cap-It-Tan looks at her with sullen eyes as he knows she’s going down with the ship. I couldn’t find the exact line so I put the Titanic trailer on instead.
That was a downer. Pun intended.
This one just looks so darn cute.
Mason jars and watermelon are a pretty big deal on Pinterest.
My girls would love this. So simple. Plus, anything with Kool-aid is cool cause it was “invented” in Nebraska. We like that.
I love these colors. Reminds me of my Ella’s birthday party. Seems like a great way to say goodbye to summer!
Wake up after Labor Day weekend to a cup of this. What a way to toast a new season!