Everyone’s a painter during Plein Air Easton, or at least they can pretend to be! Join us Thursday, July 16, at 7 p.m. for a Paint & Wine night with Color My Canvas at the recently opened Kari Rider Events Studio. Tickets are $60 per person. Price includes wine, hors d’oeuvres and painting supplies. To reserve your spot, email email@example.com or call 410-829-2575 by Monday, July 13. Kari Rider Events is located at 17 Goldsborough St. in Easton. Big thanks to the event’s fabulous sponsors: Gourmet by the Bay, Hair O’ The Dog, Eastern Shore Tents and Events, and Monteray Farms.
Happy Fourth! This weekend is all about celebrating the land of the free and the home of the brave in signature summer fashion—which means patriotic cocktails are an absolute must! We love this super refreshing Peach Pomegranate Fizz made with Van Gogh Cool Peach vodka. Its subtle red hue from the organic pomegranate juice is festive without going over the top, especially when paired with a skewer of fresh blueberries. So here’s to you America! To freedom, to opportunity, to libations!
Peach Pomegranate Fizz
2 oz. Van Gogh Cool Peach Vodka 4 oz. Organic Pomegranate Juice Splash of Prosecco Garnish with peaches and blueberries
We have two rules when it comes to wedding DIY. Number one, it must be manageable; and number two, it has to pass for professional grade. That’s why we love this little envelope liner project recently featured on Southern Living’s The Daily South blog. These liners are simple, quick and you’d never be able to tell they’re DIY!
Envelopes (we used Euro Flap Style A7 envelopes from Paper Source) One piece of heavyweight cardstock Paper for lining Scissors Ruler Tape runner or glue stick (we used Tombow Mono Permanent Adhesive)
Make the template. Take an envelope and trace it onto the cardstock to make your template. Cut the template out, then trim 3/4 of an inch from the bottom and 1/8 of an inch from each side. This will ensure the liners can easily be inserted into the envelopes.
Trace the liners. Trace the template onto the back side of your envelope liner paper. Cut out the liners.
Put it all together. Insert the liners into your envelopes, folding down the envelope flap with the liner inside before securing it with the adhesive. Use a tape runner or glue stick to secure the liner to the flap.
Kari Rider Events is a boutique event planning and design company crafting elegant, individually styled celebrations on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and beyond. Our blog features inspiration from real weddings and styled shoots designed by us and our network of talented and respected Collective members. You’ll also find wedding tips, entertaining ideas and behind-the-scenes glimpses of the Kari Rider Events Studio. Thanks for stopping by and we look forward to hearing from you!