It was about time I showed you around my pride and joy of my entire house. A true centrepiece to any party and a half-decent conversation topic. My home bar, named "Katie's Taki Bar", a twist on the good old tiki bars. You don't need a fancy cocktail cabinet, antique globe or oak cabinet to have an equally as impressive and functional home bar, maybe you're lacking space, funds or you live in a rented property (like me). Here, I give you, a piece of flat pack and functional furniture that I'm sure every blogger is familiar with, an IKEA BILLY bookcase.
For the recent murder mystery party, my housemate kindly baked me a murder mystery birthday cake. I've been craving white chocolate and raspberry combinations since my visit to Bealim House (also with my housemate!) and so those were my specs. We then decided to go one step further and really make the ultimate cake that would be a great focal point for any Murder Mystery party.
The best thing about an idea to have a murder mystery party to celebrate my birthday is that I can bring back one of the best events of the year - in Spring. Halloween. A little party never KILLED anyone...
I bought a murder mystery story online for about £30 but I wanted to still put my own twist on it by doing some DIY projects to make it my own. I always had the impression that murder mysteries could get quite boring with people just sitting around a table, people might not stay in character and it ends up just a Q&A. No. Not on my watch.