In my opinion, sangria is best served chilled. To keep it cold I kept it in a block of fruity ice- a quick, mini diy that is perfect for entertaining. To make your own ice chiller- cut a milk or juice 1/2 gallon container down to your preferred size for the ice chiller (I cut it in about half). Fill with water and fruit (or flowers, but sangria & fruit are the perfect companions) – stick a bottle inside the milk jug container and freeze! When you remove from the freezer, you will have the perfect spot for a bottle of sangria chilled.
Planning and setting up the party was very easy- I went with bold colors and fruit for my decor. I added citrus- orange, lemons and limes to all the ice cubes and a side of fruit for guests to add to the sangria.
Umbrella straws just seemed absolutely necessary.
We moved the party to the living room for my comfy couches and I had to bring the pineapple vase with us.
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