Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Gridiron Belles

You might be a Southern Lady if...you love football and have been known to tailgate on Gameday! Whether you watch the football games at home with family and friends or hit the road and enjoy the tailgate experience, there's a book for you! It's "Gridiron Belles"...a guide to Saturdays in Dixie, by Christie Leigh Mueller. This book is a guide for every Southern belle with all the must-knows for becoming a Gridiron Belle--fashion, etiquette, football 101, and Gameday foods.

Author Christie Leigh Mueller {in the middle} with designer Annabelle Laroque {on the right} at Annabelle's shop in Columbia, South Carolina...for a Gridiron Belle book signing. LOVE the Laroque dresses the girls are wearing!


You can visit the author's site here and purchase the book for $24.99.

Wondering what to wear on Gameday? Visit A Southern Belles Guide and check out the polyvores she created for Gameday HERE.





Or visit Brooke, at Shrimp and Glitz, she wears the cutest clothes ever and has posted some of her Gameday outfits on her blog here.
This would be a darling Gameday dress...designed by Annabelle Laroque.


How cute are these school sashes to wear with your dresses?!...by Annabelle Laroque. You can also get your monogram on these sashes...love them:)
How cute is this y'all?
Of course, your koozie MUST match your Gameday outfit. Check out these custom monogrammed koozies from Invite Cottage.


These koozies are from a new company I'm excited about...Southern Dignity. In December, they will be offering Southern clothing for a Southern lifestyle...classic style and rich tradition. Specializing in the qualities that define our culture and cater to the men and women that exemplify it.
You can also have a custom wreath made to show your school spirit...check out the fabulous wreaths at this Etsy shop here.
In addition to the usual Gameday foods of chicken wings, slider burgers, dips, chips, et cetera, these brownies made in the shape and design of footballs would be a hit at the table!

Cake pops are all the rage now. For the cutest, most show-stopping cake pops ever, visit Marilyn at Pink Martinis and Pearls. She posted a tutorial here for these awesome pops! Aren't they the best?! I LOVE them!!!


So, whether you are heading to the game or hosting Gameday at home, you will want to make sure you have all the cute loot you'll need! All the products below are available from The Pink Monogram.


Show your team pride with a cute collegiate yard flag...

Personalized Tervis Tumblers
Show your team pride while sippin' your gameday beverage!
All kinds of Greek products are available!

Picnic coolers...a must to transport your Gameday foods and they can be monogrammed!
Personalize your flask...oh my!



Stadium seats can also be personalized!
Thank you for stopping by today! Hope you are enjoying the football season!!!

9 comments:

Ashton said...

Check out my football blog...
thebellesofsaturday.blogspot.com

We cover all things special about Saturdays in the South.

His Way or Her Way said...

All those beautiful pictures get me excited about football season. It really is a fine art if you want to do it stylish and right. Great post!

Lori
(Lmsbartow)

Amy said...

Well, I guess y'all will have to make do, given the fact that the Big 10 conference is superior in every way :)

On Wisconsin!!

eas said...

Isn't that book the best? I savored every page. My husband bought it as one of my anniversary gifts. Thanks for the great post!

Princess Freckles said...

Attending college in Michigan made for some serious outerwear come November! How I love the darling dresses ya all wear down South! :)

Marilyn *Pink Martinis and Pearls* said...

What a wonderful post, Miss Janice! I feel most honored to have my cake pops included. :). I can't believe how the gridiron ladies of the south dress for game days. Out west, anything goes and that usually means jeans. You have so much work to do out here. lol! xoxo

Kathie Truitt said...

Remind me when Southern Dignity adds their clothing line. I am very interested!

Northshore Prep said...

The Ole Miss fashion in that picture screams the fashion at the parties my parents throw. (Daddy bleeds all things Rebel, which means his daughter better too!)

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Well, Miss Janice, I would say you are ready for some football!! Hope you are having a great weekend!...hugs...Debbie