How To: Beverage Station Video
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Hey guys, just stopping in real quick to share a cute video that I made for Wayfair last week featuring quick tips on creating a beverage station for Father’s Day or any party for that matter. This weekend was spent at the camp and fighting the nasty gypsy moths. UGH. They are destroying our patio and it’s a losing battle :(. That story is for another day thought. Anyway, as some of you know, I am working with Wayfair to create quick inspirational videos featuring all kinds of goodies. So far, I have created a DIY Wallpaper video and in a couple days I will be sharing how to incorporate pet accessories in your home.
Today, lets take a look at how to create a beverage station. If you don’t mind clicking the link and hoping over to Wayfair, I would love a thumbs up or even a comment.
Can I just tell you, watching myself on video makes me cringe! -ha. Seriously, it’s kind of strange and I feel a bit silly but I actually kind of like this one. Maybe it’s because the copper mugs and beverage container are to die for! :). Creating a beverage station is one of my favorite things to do when we are entertaining. It keeps the drinks organized and it looks pretty too. Many times I use a card table or a plastic outdoor table and simply cover with a tablecloth. Of course, you can always use the top of a sofa table or hutch top if you are indoors but I never seem to have enough available space so card tables and other easy pop up tables usually do the trick. It doesn’t matter what they look like because you will cover it with a table cloth. Hope you enjoy the video! PS. this post contains affiliate links and is sponsored by Wayfair. All opinions and words are 100% my own.
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