By Libbie Summers Photography by Teresa Earnest Assisted by David Dempsey When my son was young, he called a watermelon wedge diced in the rind “fancy melon”. In toddler Jenga fashion, his tiny fingers would strategically pull out the diced pieces from the rind bringing on contagious juicy giggles. With a few simple cuts, the Read More »
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By Libbie Summers Assisted by David Dempsey Still photography by teresa earnest photography Every party I design (no matter how big or small) starts with a “party blueprint”. Here’s a little sneak peek of the inspiration process and start of the blueprint for this Summer Soirée that’s cheery and cherry filled!
By Libbie Summers Photography by Chia Chong Sunshine, a backyard garden, beach waves and a night on Ibiza –all in one glass. No passport required. Watermelon Basil Beach Blaster serves 6 What you need: 1 cup Turbinado sugar (can substitute white sugar) 1 cup water 8 large basil leaves, plus more for garnish 3 pounds Read More »
By Libbie Summers I’m a lucky girl. I’ve always dreamed of having a lap pool at my home and a few days ago I took my first “lap”. It’s not a Michael Phelps kind of lap, but one that still takes my breath away. Since I was inspired by watermelons this week, I wanted to Read More »
By Libbie Summers Photo by Teresa Earnest How stinkin’ cute is this garland. And, if I could crochet, it would be so easy with this pattern from Les Moustachoux! Perfect for my watermelon themed going away party for Candace Brower.