Monday, June 11, 2012

Tiffany's B-Day Weekend, Cupcake Liners & More

So a few weekends ago (yessssss this is another old post) we celebrated Tiffany's birthday at Crystal River-


Late Thursday night I did a little batch of french vanilla cupcakes. I typically do a recipe that makes about 30 but there wasn't a lot of us going for the weekend and I don't need any extra sweets laying around- so I did 1/3 of everything.

When it comes to cupcake liners, I usually just grab whatever- but then notice that the pattern always fades after baking (ruining the "cuteness" of the entire cupcake). So I recently bought Wilton "no fade" cupcake liners from Michael's..

The difference being that they are grease-proof, which makes a WORLD of difference. They're a little more expensive than the others but completely worth it.

Turquoise and Pink are her favorite colors- which she expresses through almost everything that she owns.. :)

Tiff turned 24 Friday night so we all went out to dinner and then headed back to the house to hang out which consisted of- trying to line dance, attempting to make Birthday Cake shots, failing at making Birthday Cake shots, scrubbing the stained kitchen counter tops with bleach from the hot pink streamers I basically threw everywhere...

*Please note the cutie "24" coozie :)

..and then eventually just going to sleep since we had to be up bright and early the next morning to fish.

The boys caught some baby sharks, Bryan almost lost his face in attempt to bring this one in the boat, we drank "margarita by the liter" -overall it was a good time!

And theeeennnn...

we all went back to Chris's parents' house and watched him PROPOSE to Tiff!!

<3 <3 <3

So hooray for another wedding! Their wedding date is set for 3-23-12 and their colors? Turquoise, Pink and Yellow of course... ;)


P.S. - And for the record... here is the RIGHT recipe for a Birthday Cake shot:

1 oz. Cake Flavored Vodka
1 tsp. Dry White Cake Mix
1/4 oz. Whipped Vodka
1/4 oz. Chocolate Liqueur
1/2 oz. Half & Half
Whipped Cream & Sprinkled (for topping)


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