June is here so in my book, it’s officially Summer. Summer is full of pool and lake days, barbecues and letting your kids stay up a little later to play with their friends!
I recently hosted the cutest little popsicle pop-up playdate for the girls; it was seriously so fun. I teamed up with The Revelry Co to put together the cutest popsicle summer themed party for the girls and a few of their friends. These girls are seriously so talented and always put together the cutest parties. I attended this baby shower they put together for my girlfriend LaTisha and was like no other party I had ever been to … it was SOO dreamy!
Anyway, back to details of the popsicle party. I can be a little particular about the dessert choices I give to my girls so we used the Squeaky Pops fruit bar popsicles to build our theme around. I love that these are made from real fruit and have no artificial sweeteners. From the packaging to the taste of these all natural, gluten free fruit bars I wouldn’t choose anything else. They are seriously my go-to for the girls on a hot summer day.
Check out Squeaky Pops’ Instagram and Facebook pages for other ways to enjoy squeaky pops. For example you could blend it in a smoothie, melt them down and pour into an ice cube trey then use as ice to flavor your favorite lemonade, sparkling drink, or for the adults put cubes in a cocktail.
The beach at Lake Anza was the perfect place to set up for the morning. The sun was shining, there was a slight breeze and hardly anyone was there. The kids loved handing out the Squeaky Pops at the popsicle stand, playing in the sand and water, and of course having a popsicle picnic.
Photography thanks to Sarah Eichstedt
This was serious so much fun, the girls and their friends had a great time. Be sure to check out The Revelry Co on Instagram to keep up with all of their fabulous parties. They are so great at giving little tips and sharing recipes to help make your party a success!
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