I don't even know how long I've been reading Happy Honey and Lark, but it's been awhile. Kallie's blog really feels like a peek into her life--many of her outfits are snapped in her apartment and she shares images from game nights with her friends. There's just something very friendly and open about her style that draws you in (she also dresses really cute). Anyway, I interviewed her in the form of dream party and you can find her answers below.
What type of party is it? Crazy Hat Dance Party.
Who's invited? Everyone who likes to dance, wear hats and have fun. The more people who come the better. Probably all of my friends and all of their friends. This of course includes all of the wonderful bloggers I've met along the way!
Where does it take place? On the roof of an 8 story apartment building with a perfectly obstructed view of New York City where the buildings in your line of sight frame the skyscrapers in that way that makes them look majestic and mysterious like a forest of brightly lit electric trees. Somehow there is a giant trampoline, and its safe so you don't get carried off by the wind.
What are you serving? Barrier Brewing Rembrandt Porter in a keg. Cocktails made with St. Germaine and Champagne with mint leaves from the garden. Narragansett Summer Ale. Fox Barrel Pear Cider. Rootbeer floats for my non-drinking pals. Grilled zucchini and eggplant, cheeses, olives, gummy bears and cheese doodles for the refined palate.
Who would get to sit next to you? I plan to dance or hang out around the kitchen flitting around between groups of people, sharing drinks, stories, dance moves and bouncing on the trampoline.
What is everyone wearing? People who know me say I overdress from time to time or really all the time, but life is occasion enough to be dressed up and this party would be no exception. Poufy party dresses, vests and ties, dancing shoes, and of course a hat!
Is there entertainment? It would be cool to have a live cover band playing all the great songs of the 50's and 60's. Everyone will sing along and dance like crazy and play all night. They will also invite my musically inclined guests up to sing with them.
Are there any party favors? Breakfast sandwiches and oranges to eat while we watch the sun come up.
What are the hot topics of the evening? Hilarious stories, concerts and music, politics, movies and obviously gossip but only the kind that doesn't hurt anyone.
Who is the most likely to get drunk and dance on the table? Me. I'm kidding (I'm not kidding). In all seriousness it would be down to me and my best friend simultaneously taking the party to the next level, literally, by getting up on a table and dancing. Though at this party, with a trampoline, it would probably be more fun to bounce to the beat.
Who is the last to leave? I'm notorious for falling asleep at the worst possible times and in odd places but I won't leave. No one will leave until the morning, when the sun comes up and everyone heads to the beach to sleep all day.
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