Darcy's Diary: Three Things I Love This Week
From ice cream sandwiches to sleek water bottles, check out what our Editor at Large is obsessed with now!
Coolhaus Ice Cream
Is there anything better than an ice cream sandwich? Coolhaus, known for their "architecturally inspired" ice cream sandwiches, has started customizing their famous ice cream sandwiches for weddings. You can choose from five different cookies and five different ice cream flavors with edible wrappers personalized with anything from your wedding monogram to photos of the bride and groom. It makes a fun dessert that you can take to the dance floor-and eating the wrapper means no mess! If you're having a party and the location won't allow you a truck, Coolhaus also has ice cream carts and a tabletop pop-up bar service.
It may just be the start of spring, but summer is fast approaching, and if you're in warm-weather mode, why not think about making "winesicles" for your summer wedding? Here's a super easy recipe made with Santa Margherita's Prosecco Superiore. Which is just that-the prosecco plus three to five edible flowers in a popsicle mold, chilled in the freezer for four to six hours. Garnish with a ribbon and serve at a summer wedding or bridal shower. Way more fun than just pouring wine into a glass.
Whether you're trying to live healthier in the months before your wedding or just in life in general, staying hydrated is a pretty easy way to start. I already love S'Well Bottles-especially all the amazing bright colors and fun patterns-and now they've come out with some really great customizable options if you're looking to order in larger quantities. You can have your logo printed-or a monogram or saying. It's a whole lot easier to keep on top of your eight glasses a day when you have a cute water bottle!
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