Saturday Sips: Celebrate Spring With a Picnic


Few things scream spring like a gingham-filled picnic... And we can't wait to dress our littles in red-and-white checkers and head to the nearest park for good food, great company, and a few delicious drinks! Wine is an essential item at any picnic in my book. As is champagne. And beer. And hopefully some sort of cocktail... What can I say? I look a lazy boozy lunch—playing games, reading books, and enjoying the bright blooms and subtle breeze.

To celebrate picnic season (which officially kicked off today—shout out to National Picnic Day!), we're highlighting a few of our favorite outdoor eating (and drinking!) must-haves. Canned champagne (with trendy chevron straws, obviously) make a playful and stylish statement; and Picnic-brand rosé couldn't be more Intagram-ready. Boxed wine from French Rabbit is surprisingly delicious and park-friendly (in case you're not allowed to bring glass). Of course, what's a picnic without a beautiful basket, kitschy tumblers, and fun games!1. Outdoor Tic Tac Toe/ 2. Picnic Rosé/ 3. Red Picnic Cooler/ 4. Picnic Basket/ 5. Sofia Mini Champagne Cans/ 6. Portable Wine Table / 7. French Rabbit Boxed Cabernet/ 8. Wine Tumblers

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We've also rounded up some stylish picture-perfect outfits for Mom and her pint-size picnic people. Now go outside and enjoy the gorgeous weather and some delightful drinks. We'll cheers to that!

1. Merona Floppy Hat, $15/ 2. J. Crew Chambray Scalloped Top, $98/ 3. Rare Editions Watermelon Plaid Seersucker Dress, $13/ 4. Ann Taylor Gingham Belted Pocket Dress, $159/ 5. Ralph Lauren Gingham Dress & Bloomers, $27/ 6. Buji Baja Straw Embroidered Bag, $99/ 7. Carter’s Gingham-Plaid Button-Front Romper, $8/ 8. Talbots Eyelet Pleated Skirt, $119/ 9. Keds Liberty Triple Linen Shoe, $80

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