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December 4, 2013

Sparkling with Sauza

It's the most wonderful time of the year! The bff and I are gearing up for our 6th Annual Holiday Party which means fun cocktails are definitely in order. Typically we go for some sort of champagne cocktail but this year we're spicing it up with Sauza's Sparkling Margarita; it has that some bubbly feel but packs a tequila punch. Yes, please!

The prep is easy: buy a bottle and ta-da! To make it look festive why not accessorize the glasses with festive bows or rimming sugar? That's just what I did: 
What you need: 
Sauza Sparkling Margarita (any flavor) 
Plaid bows from Target
Sparkling Sugars   
Mason jars 
Champagne flutes
The pre-cut plaid bows are genius because the wire string fits perfectly around mason jars! It took me no longer than 5 minutes to wrap them around a handful of jars. If you're looking for a little sparkle then seasonal rimming sugar is the way to go: 
Sparkling sugars = so easy AND festive! It's little touches like these that "wow" and not to mention, they're totally Instagram worthy (yes, we have a party hashtag #kashlinxmas). What's a party without a hashtag and Sauza Sparkling Margaritas? 
Need more inspo? Check out Sauza's cutesy Holiday video & tune in on Monday to see snaps from our party! 
Remember my Cinco De Mayo party? Sauza® Sparkling Margarita is a brand new, ready-to-serve sparkling margarita. It's available in three delicious flavors: Original Lime, Mango Peach and Wild Berry (my fave). Now you can add a little more sparkle to your ladies' night. Connect and follow Sauza on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest.

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Sauza® via Glam Media. As always, the opinions expressed herein are mine and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Sauza®.


  1. Love this post! ;)


  2. fun! love how you did the bows on the mason jars!!


  3. That looks so delicious!!! Great idea!

  4. OMG! These look DELISH! I have to try this ;-)



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