Nashville Lifestyle's Drink of the Month

We are thrilled our cocktail, The Max, is the drink of the month at Nashville Lifestyles. This tasty cocktail combines Jackson Morgan whipped orange with Afrohead rum and vanilla ice cream into a frozen treat that will remind you of your childhood. 

This drink is available at Kung Fu Saloon in Midtown Nashville. We might be bias, but this is the perfect drink to sip on during patio season. 

See the original post here. 

Christy Wilson Photography

Friday Favorites

 Image via Emily McCarthy

Image via Emily McCarthy

ONE// Emily McCarthy's Master Party. Are you watching the Masters this week? This party is ideal for the occasion. 

TWO// Swoozie's Vacation Shop. All of these items are perfect for summer vacations or parties. 

THREE// Project 615 Hockey Shirts. Are you ready for hockey playoff season? We love all of this fun gear. 

FOUR// Boozy Unicorn Hot Chocolate. This recipe looks tasty for spring and could be made with Jackson Morgan. 

FIVE// Nashville Lifestyle's Drink of the Month. Our frozen orange cocktail at Kung Fu in Nashville is the drink of the month for April. 

Party Source Tasting


Join the Jackson Morgan team at Party Source Liquors in Bellevue, Kentucky for a special tasting April 9th from 4-6 pm. 

We hope to see you there! 

Banana Spiked Coffee

This coffee cocktail could not be easier to make and is a fun drink to make on the weekends. You can use any flavor of our creams, but we love the banana cream for spring.  

Banana Spiked Coffee


2 oz Jackson Morgan Southern Cream in banana pudding

Hot Coffee


Brew your favorite coffee. Add Jackson Morgan banana pudding cream and mix well. Enjoy! 

Friday Favorites

ONE// William-Sonoma's Easter Candy Shop. These sweets are perfect for an adult Easter basket. 

TWO// Erica's Sweet Tooth Carrot Patch Dessert. This dessert is easy to make and would be fun for brunch this weekend. 

THREE// Southern Living's Bunny Plates. The perfect touch of whimsy to any Easter table. 

FOUR// Town & Country's 25 Best Easter Cocktails. It is going to be hard to pick which cocktail to make from this list. 

FIVE// Anthropologie Bee Glasses. We love these fun glasses for spring. 

Easter Brunch

It is hard to believe Easter is this weekend. We love this holiday to get together with friends and family and celebrate over good food and conversation. We had a great time putting together this Easter brunch last year. 

To host your own brunch, all you need are a few brunch staples such as quiche, sandwiches, fruit, biscuits, and of course cake. Use cake stands of varying heights to create interest on the table. These mini cake stands are a fun way to incorporate a place card. Keep the color palette simple with white dishes and a fun linen napkin. 

For cocktails, have hot and iced coffee available and your favorite Jackson Morgan flavors. Guests can create their own spiked coffee cocktails. We also love the idea of mini bottles as favors after the brunch is over. 


New Locations


We have big news! 

Check out our locator tab on our website for new store and restaurant locations in Tennessee, Minnesota, Alabama, and Georgia where you can buy or try Jackson Morgan Southern Cream. 

You can now sip on Jackson Morgan in a spiked salted caramel milkshake available at Dick's Last Resort restaurants. It is a cocktail you will not want to miss! 


Friday Favorites

 Image via Society Social 

Image via Society Social 

ONE// Society Social's Grasscloth Parson's Table. I can see this fun piece as a bar, entry way table, or even a desk and it comes in several colors. 

TWO// Kate Spade's New Outdoor Entertaining Pieces. It is hard to pick a favorite with all of these pretty serving pieces. 

THREE// Martha Stewart's Floral Ice Cubes. These ice cubes would make any cocktail fancy for the start of spring. 

FOUR// Town & Country's 34 Best Spring Cocktails. Love this list of cocktails. 

FIVE// Fashionable Hostess's Easter Donuts. Looking for a treat for Easter? These donuts are easy to make and would impress any crowd. 


Bridal Shower Bar Cart

On Tuesday, I shared my bridal shower tablescape. Today I am sharing the bar cart. It is no secret I love a good bar cart. It is versatile for any occasion and can be used for cocktails, desserts, presents, or even just storage for glassware. I love that you can move the cart around depending on where the party goes throughout the evening. 

For this bridal shower bar cart, I used the space for favors, cocktails, and wedding books. I found these festive "from Miss to Mrs" cups which were perfect to hold a Jackson Morgan mini bottle with paper shreds. I made a mini version of the floral arrangement from the table for the bar cart. These adorable bamboo lanterns were a lucky Homegoods find.  

I had beverages on both the table and bar cart to keep the drinks flowing throughout the evening. I find if you use the nice drink ware such as these coupe glasses and a stirrer the drink instantly seems fancy. I found "cheers" drink stirrers in the Target dollar bin that were perfect for the occasion. 

All Photography Christy Wilson


Bridal Shower with Jackson Morgan

Happy Tuesday! It is my wedding week and I could not be more excited. I threw a bridal shower to celebrate this new season. If you are like me, we have several weddings and events coming up this year. Check out our tips and tricks for hosting a bridal shower.


For the decor, I wanted to keep it simple. I stayed with a neutral color palette of gold and white with touches of blush. I love the idea of decorating with personalized pieces that the bride and groom can take home and keep as a memory of their shower. This Coton Colors platter with the "Going to the Chapel" attachment was the perfect piece to include as a gift. I used an array of white serving pieces including pieces from my Nora Fleming collection

I also love the idea of themed showers such as a fiesta or barbecue especially if it is a joint shower with the groom. You want to make sure you keep the couple's taste in mind. 


For this shower, I kept to traditional food such as finger sandwiches, cheese, fruit, and an assortment of sweets. I used paper diamond cutouts found on Etsy with mini powdered doughnuts to create "rings". You could also use these for cupcake toppers. 

Find out what the bride and groom's favorite foods are and see if you can incorporate it into the shower. I love to pack a to go bag with leftover treats for the couple too. 


We had plenty of Jackson Morgan salted caramel cream for cocktails. I also had elderflower sparking lemonade. Many showers include a mimosa bar, but I love the idea of a coffee bar with different toppings and types of coffee. 

Stay tuned for more details from this fun shower. 

All photography Christy Wilson. 

Friday Favorites

ONE// Sugar and Cloth's Birthday Cake Cocktail. This tasty cocktail would be delicious spiked with Jackson Morgan. 

TWO// Swoozie's Easter Shop. We love everything in this curated shop for Easter brunches or egg hunts. 

THREE// Shop Lettermade Linen Sale. One of the best cocktail linen brands is having a major sale. Use code SAVE20 for 20% off orders over $200. 

FOUR// Thoughtfully Simple's St. Patrick's Day Cereal Ideas. We love this creative way to use cereal for a festive cocktail. 

FIVE// Katie Jacob's Book Launch Party. One of our new favorite books, what an adorable launch party. 

Mint Milkshake

Last week, we shared our St. Patrick's Day bar cart. This week we are sharing an easy boozy St. Patrick's Day milkshake. This crazy mint milkshake is fun to serve for a party. You could create a toppings bar with rainbow sprinkles, whipped cream, mini cupcakes, and green candies. The frosting rimmed glass takes only a few minutes to create and adds a festive flair to any event. 

St. Patrick's Day Mint Milkshake


2 oz Jackson Morgan Southern Cream in peppermint mocha

4 scoops Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream 

A few drops Green Food Coloring 

Vanilla Frosting 

Lucky Charms Cereal 


In a blender, add Jackson Morgan peppermint mocha cream, four scoops of mint chocolate chip ice cream, and a few drops of green food coloring (optional). Blend the mixture in a high powered blender. If needed, add more ice cream or Jackson Morgan depending on your desired consistency. Top with whipped cream. 

For frosting rimmed glass, use vanilla frosting to ice the rim of the glass. Press cereal into the frosting. Serve your milkshake in the festive glass. 

All Photography Christy Wilson


Friday Favorites

ONE// Martha Stewart's Rainbow Balloon Arch. This balloon arch would make any St. Patrick's Day party fun. 

TWO// Delish's 20 St. Patrick's Day Cocktails. Already planning out cocktails for next weekend's celebrations. 

THREE// Living with Landyn's Kitchen Tour. We love Landyn's pretty kitchen, perfect for hosting. 

FOUR// Certified Celebrator's Mini Pot of Gold. How fun would these favors be with a mini Jackson Morgan bottle in them for St. Patrick's Day? 

FIVE// Emily McCarthy's St. Patrick's Day Shoppe. Our go to place for St. Patrick's Day party supplies. 

St. Patrick's Day Bar Cart

St. Patrick's Day is next weekend! One of my favorite ways to celebrate different seasons and holidays is changing out the decor for my bar cart. How do you celebrate the seasons and holidays? 

For my St. Patrick's Day bar cart, I stayed with a gold and green color scheme. I also love the idea of a rainbow theme. I found St. Patrick's Day themed cookies and rainbow sprinkle cupcakes, which looked great with these green cake stands. The gold glittered champagne bottles added a nice touch of gold. Our salted caramel cream pairs well with sweets too. 

Happy Everything has fun attachments to decorate for the holiday. I love using the big bowl as an ice bucket. The Typesetter made the cutest "I'm Feeling Lucky" print. I change out art with different prints seasonally. One of my favorite details is the "W" moss letter I hung above the bar cart. 

Paper straws are an inexpensive way to change out decor, these green straws add a touch of fun to any cocktail. I love to stack my favorite entertaining books such as Pizzazzerie: Entertain in StyleDarcy Miller's Celebrate Everything!, and The Art of the Bar Cart at the bottom of my bar cart and change out with different party themes. You can shop this post below. 

Stay tuned for St. Patrick's Day themed cocktails coming next week. 

All Photography Christy Wilson


Spring Entertaining Picks

Spring is calling our name and we are excited about all of the endless opportunities for parties once the weather warms up. Here are a few of our picks for spring hosting and entertaining. 

Wreath// A fresh floral wreath can brighten up any bar cart or party. 

Vase// This fun vase is perfect for tulips. 

Napkins and Tablecloth// We love this floral pattern with the pops of green and yellow. 

Bee Tumblers and Pitcher// I have always loved these cups and pitcher especially around spring time. 

Bunny Platter// This platter would be fun to serve cupcakes or even jelly beans for Easter. 

Rattan Cocktail Shaker// This cocktail shaker is perfect to display on a bar cart for spring. 

Bunny Catchall// I would use this for sauces or smaller sides for spring dinner parties. 

Gingham Apron// Gingham is my favorite pattern for spring and this apron would be cute to cook in all spring long. 

Bunny Plates// The perfect addition for Easter brunch. 

Galvanized Tiered Stand// Not only can this stand be used for Easter, but also for summer parties. 

Easter Platters// Festive platters for serving spring sides or a catchall in an entryway. 

Seersucker Napkins// Seersucker just screams spring and these monogram napkins are perfect for spring dinner parties. 

Gingham Plates// These versatile plates can be used for Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day too. 

Bunny Cookie Jar// A fun jar to stash sweets or Easter candy. 



Friday Favorites

 Image via Huckleberry Collective

Image via Huckleberry Collective

ONE// Huckleberry Collective's Salted Caramel Pecan Ice Cream. This recipe looks amazing and would be fun for upcoming Spring activities. 

TWO// Pizzazzerie's Oscar's Party. The Oscars are this weekend and Courtney's party includes printable bingo to celebrate. 

THREE// Draper Jame's Spring Arrivals. We are dreaming of a Spring dinner party while wearing one of these fabulous dresses. 

FOUR// Tennessee Flavors Event. Come join us next Tuesday to try Jackson Morgan and other exciting food and drinks. 

FIVE// Sugar and Charm's St. Patrick's Day Bar Cart. It is hard to believe St. Patrick's Day is coming up, we love this festive bar cart. 


Team Arlie Benefit

Come join us this Saturday March 3rd in Fayetteville, TN at 5:30 pm for a benefit for Arlie Wolfe. Arlie has been diagnosed with leukemia for the second time and has a long fight ahead of her. 

Jackson Morgan partnered with the Nashville Predators for the ultimate Predators and Jackson Morgan silent auction basket. Our basket includes a Nashville Predators jersey signed by the whole team, hockey pucks signed by players, Predators swag, tickets to a Predators game in Nashville, Jackson Morgan bottles, and Jackson Morgan swag. For more information on the event please see the event Facebook page

We hope you can attend and help out a great cause in our hometown this weekend. 




Tennessee Flavors

Come try a sip of Jackson Morgan Southern Cream at

Tennessee Flavors at Nashville State Community College

March 6th 6-8 pm 


Spiked Salted Caramel

Are you planning a brunch this weekend to celebrate Valentine's Day? This spiked salted caramel French toast recipe is the perfect dish to serve. The sweet brioche bread mixes with the caramel flavoring for a yummy morning treat. 

Spiked Salted Caramel French Toast


Loaf of Brioche Bread

1/4 Cup Jackson Morgan Southern Cream in salted caramel 

3/4 Cup Milk or Heavy Cream

3 Eggs 

1 Tablespoon Sugar 

1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract 

Pinch of Salt

4 Tablespoons Unsalted Butter 

Caramel Sauce (Optional) 

Maple Syrup (Optional) 


Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. In a shallow dish, whisk together Jackson Morgan, milk, eggs, sugar, vanilla extract, and salt then set aside. Cut the brioche bread into half inch slices. 

In a large skillet, heat 2 tablespoons of butter on medium high heat until bubbly. Dip bread in the egg mixture on both sides, shake off excess. Then add dipped bread to the skilled and cook until golden on both sides. Continue until all pieces of the bread have been cooked. You may need to add remaining butter to keep the bread from sticking to the pan. 

Add bread to an oven safe pan and bake for 5 minutes. To serve, drizzle with caramel sauce and maple syrup (optional) or enjoy plain. 




Frozen Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate

Earlier this month, we shared our Olympic Watch Party. Frozen hot chocolate is a fun cocktail to enjoy while watching the games. We love the idea of a hot chocolate bar with different toppings such as whipped cream, chocolate squares, caramel sauce, chocolate syrup, cherries, etc for your guests to enjoy. 

Frozen Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate


1/2 Cup Jackson Morgan Southern Cream in salted caramel 

1/2 Cup Milk 

2 Packets of Hot Chocolate Mix 

2-3 Cups of Crushed Ice Cubes 

Whipped Cream

Chocolate Syrup 


In a blender, add the Jackson Morgan, milk, hot chocolate mix, and two cups of ice. Blend well. If needed, add the rest of the ice until you have the right consistency. 

Pour chocolate syrup around the inside of a chilled mug. Then pour the frozen hot chocolate into the mug. Top with whipped cream, enjoy.