Super Bowl Party DIY Margarita Favors


How cute is this idea??

I know. Believe it or not, it all started with that black and white washi tape. It fit perfectly with our black and white stripe backdrop and we used the tape + the straws to let our imagination run wild. Enter a tiny bottle of tequila and homemade margarita mix and well, I know. It’s just too good to be true. And crazy crazy crazy easy. Which officially makes this the best favor in the history of the world.

Photography By / Hello Love Photography
Styling By / Style Me Pretty

Photography: Hello Love Photography / Design & Styling: Style Me Pretty


Mini Patron tequila bottles
Mini Cointreau bottles
Glass bottles with cork tops (we got ours at Save on Crafts)
Black and white stripe washi tape (we got ours at In the Clear)
Tracing or vellum paper
Margarita mix labels (Download them here!)
Small key limes (one for each gift)
Black and white stripe paper bags (we got ours at Little Bit of This)
3 cups sugar
3 cups water
3 cups fresh lime juice (about 24-27 large limes)
1 cup fresh lemon juice (about 6-8 lemons)


Step 1: Download and print the Margarita Mix labels onto the tracing paper.  Cut out along the gray lines.

Step 2: Tape the labels to the glass jars with the striped washi tape.

Step 3: To make the margarita mix, heat the water in small saucepan on medium heat.  Add the sugar and stir until completely dissolved and the water is clear.  Let cool

Step 4: Pour the lime juice, lemon juice, & sugar water into a pitcher and mix together.  Pour into glass jars.

Step 5:  Fill the bags with margarita mix, mini tequila, mini cointreau, and key lime.  Give to your guests as they are leaving so they can enjoy another margarita later!

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