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How To Host a Frugal 15 Minute Beverage Party

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Now, I’m going to come out and tell you something that had better change your life from here on out.
If you are not having friends over to your home because it’s not perfect, you’re missing out on life. 
It doesn’t take much to host a get-together for real friends.  

Real friends are those people who don’t care that your sink has dishes in them, or you have an unfurnished living room.  
Real friends want to be with you, not be impressed by your home.
For my real friends, I can put together a frugal 15 minute beverage party and they’ll come right over. After 10 minutes, we’ll be laughing so hard and enjoying each others company. 
To put together a 15 minute beverage party you won’t go to the store and buy decorations. What you’ll do is gather up some of the nicest decor, and dishes you own.
Using said decor and dishes, you will arrange them to create a comfortable location for your guest to hangout. Just keep arranging and rearranging until the space looks nice to you.
Now, it’s time to create a simple beverage to sip on while you and your friends hang out.

You can serve any beverage but I prefer ones that let my friends get involved. This creamsicle float is perfect since it let’s your guest actually create their own.

Ginger or Blackberry Creamsicle Float

  • Canada Dry Blackberry Ginger Ale® or
    Original Canada Dry Ginger Ale®
  • Vanilla Flavored Syrup
  • Vanilla Ice-Cream
  • Whipped Cream 
  • 24 oz. cups 

I bought the Original Canada Dry Ginger Ale® at Walmart. I went looking for the Canada Dry Blackberry Ginger Ale®, but my store was out. 

The new flavor is only out for a limited time so I may have missed the chance to try it.

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INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Add 2-3 scoops of vanilla ice-cream to your cup.

2. Add 2 cap fulls of vanilla flavored syrup.

3. Fill your cup with your choice of Canada Dry Ginger Ale.

4. Top with whipped cream and enjoy.

See more great Canada Dry Ginger Ale® recipe ideas on the Canada Dry Ginger Ale® social hub where you can also enter to win a Canada Dry spring party pack and Walmart gift card.

Now that you see how easy it is to pull together a frugal beverage party in15 minutes you should invite a friend over.

What is your hospitality style?
a) I have friends over all the time.
b) I prefer to go to friends houses.
c) I’m a social hermit.

12 thoughts on “How To Host a Frugal 15 Minute Beverage Party

  1. There are a lot of reasons to rent an inflatable bounce house. I think the best reason is that it is such a health toy. It can help you to cardiovascular exercise and promote creativity and social skills.

  2. While I love having people over I love being a social hermit at times. I love Canada Dry btw.

  3. How fun! I love to entertain, and once hosted an ice cream social for the entire neighborhood! It was lots of fun! You've just inspired me to do it again this summer!

  4. Sounds like a great party, awesome to put it all together so fast. Looks like longer than 15 minutes!

  5. This is such a fun ans simple idea. I could do this anytime I have guests. I should just stock up on ginger ale!

  6. I saw this set-up on Facebook and was curious to see what you were planning. I like how simple and cost effective this is. It came out well. Liked the Ice-Cream and Canada Dry combination

  7. Love this way to enjoy a float! Your deck looks relaxing; I would be holed up there with a book and some yarn.

  8. I used to drink a lot of pepsi floats, but that was before I had to give up sugar. Now I make a fruit smoothie for myself while they drink the floats. Great party!! Quick, easy and no stress.

  9. Great idea and so simple- love it! We actually to to host people over here more than we do now. I feel like winter has made me a social hermit haha.

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