What We’re Loving: The Weekly Roundup 4/1-4/5
This week in What We’re Loving, we’ve covered quite a few bases. We’ve talked about great gifts for brides and grooms, how to host a dinner party on the fly (and have an awesome time doing so), and have the end-all, be-all perfect picnic.
See What We’re Loving this week:
The brand has a great Picnic Basket for 4 that has all the supplies (minus the actual food and drink) you need to host an elegant spread for four. The basket is ideal for picnicking obviously, but would also be a great addition to your beach day or even work as a great vacation carry-on.
Furbish Studio’s Mr. and Mrs. Glass set skips the champagne flute idea — after all, how often are you going to use those anyway? — and heads straight for the fun stuff. Embracing the whimsical notion of a masculine mustache and a feminine set of lips, this set of tumblers is great for the couple who likes to kick back and enjoy a nice cocktail or two together.
With the season come fresh ingredients that create jam-packed flavors and perfect pairings. DAVIDsTEA — a fantastic company that boats a serious collection of loose teas from all over the world — is pulling out all the stops when it comes to a great selection of teas fit for spring, with bright printed teapots and cups to match.
Simply called a "Dinner Party in a Box," the kit will enhance any party you’re hosting, or, if you want to bring the party with you as a guest, it works well for that, too
Made from a detailed, hand-carved mold, this bucket from Red Envelope features include grape-cluster handles. The bucket is made of nickel-plated stainless steel with a vintage finish, making it perfect for the sommelier or the champagne lover in your life.
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