The Ultimate Oscar Party

Though I may not have the shiny invite into the Governors Ball or the Vanity Fair party on Oscar Sunday, our own at-home Oscar-watching party has become something of an event in our house.  I’m fascinated by the gowns (I mean, really, who doesn’t love the red carpet fashion?), the entertainment (Gotta love Ellen!), and predicting the winners.  This year, I decided to dream up a little at-home Oscar party, complete with ballots, snacks, an adorable confetti backdrop, and a signature drink!

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Plus, I’ll be wearing my favorite party dress, because an Oscar party, even if it is spent on the couch, is the perfect excuse to throw on a few sparkles.

A few perfect at-home Oscars party touches …

And last but not least, shake up an Oscar-worthy cocktail, like the “Rich & Famous”.

Rich & Famous

A taste of the good life, courtesy of smooth creamy Baileys Vanilla Cinnamon and opulent Cîroc Amaretto.

Ingredients

  • 1 oz. Baileys® Vanilla Cinnamon
  • 0.5 oz. Cîroc® Amaretto
  • Maraschino cherry

Directions

  • Mix ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into a shot glass.
  • Add cherry garnish.Legal: This recipe contains no more than 0.6 fl oz. of alcohol per serving.

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Lexi

7 comments


  1. Jourdin

    I will most definitely be making the rich and famous! Thanks for the pretty tips!

    • Lexi

      Awesome! Let me know how it turns out. :)

  2. Ohyes.Perfectpartyrecipe!xx

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