Friday Favorites

ONE// Pizzazzerie's Thanksgiving Table. How fun is this tablescape? I love the mini frames as place cards. 

TWO// William-Sonoma's Thanksgiving Plates. These "thankful" plates would be perfect for any fall gathering. 

THREE// Add a Pinch's Pecan Bars. This dessert looks delicious and would be a great addition to any Thanksgiving menu. 

FOUR// Draper Jame's New Holiday Collection. Anyone else already thinking about holiday parties? There are so many festive outfits to pick from. 

FIVE// Paper Source's Thanksgiving Photo Props. Wouldn't these be so fun for Thanksgiving? I love the pilgrim hat. 

Have a great weekend! 

Thanksgiving Menu


I always love to hear what people serve for Thanksgiving. Here is our traditional menu that my mom has served for many years. Can y'all believe Thanksgiving is only a week away? 

Thanksgiving Menu

  • Turkey 
  • Gravy 
  • Cornbread Stuffing 
  • Green Beans 
  • Mac and Cheese 
  • Spiced Pineapple 
  • Mashed Potatoes 
  • Brussel Sprouts 
  • Glazed Carrots 
  • Sweet Potato Rolls 

Thanksgiving Dessert & To Go Station

For my Thanksgiving table, I did not have enough room for desserts on the table so I made a dessert and to go station on a sideboard nearby. We had pumpkin cheesecake and Brightside Bakery treats. 

Since Thanksgiving is notorious for leftovers, I included the cutest "thankful for leftovers" bags and pie boxes for leftovers. I made the pie leftover boxes into a party favor by tying a mini Jackson Morgan bottle to the top. I scored these pie boxes in the Target dollar bin, but linked a similar option below. 

You can shop this post with the images below. Do you have a dessert table or area for Thanksgiving? 

Friday Favorites

Image via Ashley Brooke Designs

Image via Ashley Brooke Designs

ONE// Ashley Brooke Design's Pumpkin & Coffee Float. This tasty float would be perfect for brunch this weekend. 

TWO// Southern Living's Thanksgiving Table Tips. Are y'all already thinking about your Thanksgiving table? Check out this article for decor tips. 

THREE// Emily McCarthy's Thanksgiving Shop. We want to buy every single item in her shop. 

FOUR// Bethcake's Pumpkin Cake with Maple Cream Cheese Frosting. This festive cake looks delicious, we want to make it soon. 

FIVE// Southern Fatty's Bananas Foster Bourbon Bundt Cakes. These cakes look amazing and would pair well with our banana pudding cream! 

Thanksgiving Table

Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away, I feel like every year it sneaks up on me. This year I decided to use a non traditional color scheme and I could not be more thrilled by the way it turned out. The combination of blush, gold, and white is beautiful and matched our Jackson Morgan brown sugar bottles perfectly. These stunning blush coupe glasses from Anthropologie inspired the color scheme. 

Tips for Designing your Thanksgiving Table

  • Pick one statement color and then use neutrals for everything else. 
  • Add personal touches such as monogramed linens. I found these on Etsy and they come in several different colors. 
  • Be careful of the height of your floral arrangements and candles to make sure guests can see over it. 
  • When designing your table, think about the serving dishes you plan to use and make sure you have enough room on your table. This pink Le Creuset dutch oven is one of my favorites and made the stuffing a little more exciting on the table.  
  • Make your table interactive, I found these fun party crackers that have conversation starters inside once opened. 
  • Make a dessert and cocktail station separate from your table to allow more room for the main course. 
  • Don't be afraid to borrow items from friends or family, my mom has the most amazing collection of white serving pieces that I always borrow for big events. 

You can shop my entire table with the images below. Do you have your Thanksgiving table planned out yet? 

Nashville Predators Plaza Party


Jackson Morgan is a proud supporter of the Preds! 

Join Jackson Morgan Southern Cream at the Nashville Predators vs. Penguins game November 11th in Nashville, TN for a plaza party. Come say hello before the game at the main entrance! There will be giveaways and you can meet our team. 

Go Preds! 

Friday Favorites

ONE// Foxes Love Lemon's Brown Sugar & Cinnamon White Russian. This cocktail made with Jackson Morgan brown sugar would be such a treat to enjoy this weekend. 

TWO// Coton Color's Thanksgiving Shop. So many pretty plates and platters for all of your Thanksgiving entertaining needs. 

THREE// Beau Coup's Thanksgiving Bar Cart.  The gals at Beau Coup break down styling a Thanksgiving bar cart. 

FOUR// Ashley Brooke Design's Tailgate. Ashley put together a fun dinner party tailgate, check out her blog to create your own. 

FIVE// Popsugar's Thanksgiving Planner. This free printable will keep you on track for Thanksgiving dinner. 

Happy Halloween!

Jackson Morgan Halloween

Happy Halloween!

We hope your day is full of treats and cocktails. 


Friday Favorites

Image by Waiting on Martha 

Image by Waiting on Martha 

ONE// Waiting on Martha's Boozy Salted Caramel Affogato. Coffee + ice cream + Jackson Morgan, what could be better? 

TWO// Draper James "Go Y'all" Mittens. How fun are these mittens? Perfect for those chilly game days. 

THREE// Country Living's 32 Easy Halloween Cocktails. We are loving all of these festive cocktails for Halloween. 

FOUR// Fashionable Hostess's Spooky Halloween Cookie Recipe. This recipe could not be easier and would be so fun to serve at a Halloween party. 

FIVE// Ashley Brooke Design's Easy Fall Decor.  Ashley's front porch is fall goals! She breaks down the design in this blog post. 


One Bowl Two Ways

I fell in love with this Coton Colors black and white striped bowl a few months back. It seemed like a very versatile piece for hosting. For Halloween, I used it as a candy bowl and an ice bucket. I have more plans to use it as a flower pot, popcorn bowl, and salad bowl,. 

I cannot wait to use this bowl for Christmas and New Years! Have you purchased anything from Coton Colors? If you are local to Fayetteville, TN, our friends at Ivy Wreath have the full collection. 


Halloween Cocktail with Festive Rim

This Halloween cocktail looks difficult to make, but is very easy. The frosting rim makes it festive. You could use different colored sprinkles for other holidays or parties. Your guests will enjoy sipping on this orange cream treat all evening. 


2 Parts Jackson Morgan Southern Cream in Whipped Orange Cream

1 Part Vodka

Halloween Sprinkles 

Vanilla Frosting


For the cocktail use a cocktail shaker, mix Jackson Morgan Southern Cream and vodka. Shake well, then pour over fresh ice. For the frosting rim, carefully frost the outside of the rim of the glass. Use a wet paper towel to correct any mistakes. Place the sprinkles in a bowl and dip the frosted glass into the sprinkles. Then press the festive sprinkles into the frosting. 

The "witches brew cups are from Swoozies and the Halloween sprinkles are from Homegoods. The skull decanter is from Pottery Barn. For more details on our Halloween bar cart, check out the original post here. 


Friday Favorites

ONE// Studio DIY's Cosmic Brownie Costume. How fun is this Halloween costume? 

TWO// Waiting on Martha's Friends and Family Sale. Use code FF2017 for 20% off. Stock up on party supplies or something festive for Halloween. 

THREE// Town and Country's 41 Best Fall Cocktails. Check out this list for the perfect fall cocktail to make this weekend.  

FOUR// Lauren Conrad's Halloween Costume. This is such an easy costume to make in a pinch. 

FIVE// Certified Celebrator's Marshmallow Monsters and Milkshakes. How fun is this easy DIY? Also, we love a Jackson Morgan boozy milkshake recipe. 


Halloween Party Favors

Treats are not just for children! 

Jackson Morgan's mini bottles make the perfect favor for Halloween parties. Find a store near you with our locator tab. 

How are you celebrating Halloween? 


Spiked Caramel Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin bread is a staple this time of year. It reminds me of my childhood, when my mom would make it every year. William-Sonoma released a caramel pumpkin bread mix that I just had to make.

To make the pumpkin bread, follow the directions on the back of the package. For the milk ingredient, I used half Jackson Morgan salted caramel and half milk. After the bread cooled, I added pumpkin butter on each slice. This bread tasted and smelled amazing! 

I served my pumpkin bread on this fun Nora Fleming bread plate with the pumpkin attachment. 



Friday Favorites

Image via Southern Fatty 

Image via Southern Fatty 

ONE// Southern Fatty's Boozy Root Beer Float. This is an old post, but this Jackson Morgan float is always a fun one for a weekend cocktail. 

TWO// The Tiny Tassel's Devereaux Earrings. How fun are these earrings for hosting a cocktail party? 

THREE// Shop Lettermade's Brunch Cocktail Napkins. If you are brunching this weekend, you need the napkins. 

FOUR// Waiting on Martha's Best Books for Holiday Entertaining. Absolutely love this list of books for entertaining, the holidays are around the corner. 

FIVE// Pizzazzerie's 50+ Halloween Party Ideas. So many festive ideas for Halloween parties including spooky invitation wording. 

Halloween Gift Basket

Growing up our neighbors would "ghost" each other in the weeks leading up to Halloween. A neighbor would put together a treat basket with fun goodies. I loved this idea, but living in a neighborhood with mostly young adults, I wanted to include adult treats. 

In my gift basket, I picked several of my fall favorites. First and foremost a bottle of Jackson Morgan in whipped orange. Fun ghost cocktail napkins from Swoozies, Halloween candy, and orange dishtowels. My absolute favorite local candle company, Southern Firefly, has the most amazing pumpkin candle that I had to include. 

Even if "ghosting" is not a thing in your neighborhood, this would be a fun hostess gift or treat for a coworker or friend. 

Do you do something similar in your neighborhood for Halloween? 


DIY Spooky Bottles

I love a good DIY, especially when it takes less than five minutes. When gifting a bottle of liquor during the Halloween season, why not dress it up? Wouldn't this be a fun gift to receive as a hostess gift. It also looks spooky on a bar cart.

As you may have noticed from my Halloween bar cart post, I got creative when with our Jackson Morgan bottles. I found these fun 3D bat stickers in the Target dollar bin. I put them on our whipped orange bottle for a fun DIY. 

I also found these adorable witch hats. The first is from our friends at Ivy Wreath and the other is from Swoozies. I placed the hats on the top of the bottles, so when you receive it as gift you get a costume and a bottle of Jackson Morgan. 

So easy and fun! 



Friday Favorites

Happy Friday! We are starting a new series on the blog, Friday Favorites. We will share our favorite links from around the web. With Halloween around the corner, we are getting excited for costumes, festive recipes, and decorating ideas. 

ONE// Coton Color's Trick or Treat Bowl. This fun bowl can be used for Halloween candy or caramel popcorn. Perfect for any fall party. 

TWO// Studio DIY's Tropical Drink + Pool Day Halloween Costume. We have always loved Studio DIY's costume ideas and this one is too fun not to share. 

THREE// Sugar and Charm's RIP Halloween Treats. This festive recipe is easy and would be a crowd pleaser for Halloween parties. We would spike the blondies for a Jackson Morgan twist on the recipe. 

FOUR// Polka Dot Chair's Floating Witch Hat Decorations. Who doesn't love an easy DIY for Halloween? This would be fun way to decorate for Halloween parties. 

FIVE// Swoozie's Ghost Napkins. For under $10, these napkins would be great to serve with a spooky cocktail.

Spooky Halloween Bar Cart

What's not to love about this time of year? Candy, cocktails, and festive costumes galore! For Halloween, I made my bar cart spooky. I scored this black rattan bar cart from World Market in the clearance section. 

Jackson Morgan's whipped orange cream is the perfect drink for Halloween. I made the bottles spooky with 3D bat stickers. I used a plain chocolate cake and added this "Boo" cake topper from Swoozies. I love the way it turned out and it was easy! I found these spooky eyeball gum balls from Home Goods which worked perfect in my apothecary jar. This skull decanter was a great addition and also very practical. What is a Halloween party without candy? I stored candy in this Coton Color's bowl with the pumpkin attachment. 

Stay tuned for my spooky orange cocktail recipe and more Halloween fun. 

You can shop this look with the links below. 




Wonderful news! Jackson Morgan is now available in Delaware. 

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