Don’t get us wrong, it’s beyond fun to get fancy with cocktails at special celebrations. But know what’s bound to fill those glasses you were gifted via your Wedding Registry on the reg? A classic brunch cocktail. Amirite?! Our latest recipe with Crate and Barrel celebrates the Bloody Mary—one sip that, with whatever vodka you’ve got on standby via your freshly styled bar cart, and a few savory garnishes, always spells brunch success. Plus, engaged friends, it’s nice to see how the barware you’re adding to the Registry now will look in its element—AKA casual weekends at home.
A chili-salt-rimmed glass is a MUST, even for at-home versions. Be sure to pin this recipe for easy planning!
Be sure to add a good solid set of highball and rocks glasses to the Registry to build your bar collection, like Ana Highball Glass and its counterpart, the Ana Double Old-Fashioned Glass. A few Stainless Steel Straws are all you need to complete the picture. Really, you’ll get so much use out of this whole collection that you’ll never look back. Promise!
We also used the Easton Bar Tools collection here, a goes-with-everything set fit for just about every occasion you can dream up.Easton Bar Tools | Ana Double Old-Fashioned Glass | Ana Highball Glass | Suits Linen Cloth Dinner Napkins
Prefer a lil’ coffee in your brunch cocktail? Head to Crate and Barrel’s blog for our second brunch-inspired sip of the day, a tasty Coffee House recipe.
Styling: 100 Layer Cake / Photographer: Scott Clark Photo
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