All the kit you need to prep for parties and picnics

If you’d prefer to keep a clear head, fill up with a selection of alcohol-free drinks. Savyll is just one of the many companies offering genuinely tasty alcohol-free versions of classic party drinks such as the Mojito, Tequila, Bellini and G&Ts, as well as harder drinks such as Whiskey Sour and Old Cuban. 
If you’re not quite ready to give up the booze, you can opt for a low-alcohol sparkling wine instead. Try Wildlife Botanicals for its English bubbly crafted in Cornwall and infused with vitamins. At  0.5% ABV it is less than 35 calories a glass, which is a bonus. 
Savyll: £12 (pack of 6) | Savyll  
Wildlife Botanicals: From £15 (75cl bottle) | Wildlife Botanicals
Hoy Travel & Cycle Green Backpack 

If you’re travelling by bike, consider a practical bag option, such as the Hoy Travel & Cycle Green Backpack in Army Green by Ally Cappelino. With a depth of 16cm it’s roomy enough to hold a little picnic paraphernalia, while the reflective strip and D-ring for bike light will help keep you safe on the road. 

Price: £195 | Ally Capellino 
Emilie O’Connor Bamboo Picnicware  

For stylish and sustainable lunch boxes, plates, tumblers, salad bowls and more, Emilie O’Connor Homestore sells an eye-catching range that will score you top marks for presentation. The Melbourne-based designer’s range of bamboo picnicware is inspired by Australian land and seascapes – with an emphasis on eco-friendly living. For a lunchbox design that will vacuum pack your food also consider Zwilling’s Fresh & Save (£14). It slows down oxidation, which means your food with remain fresher for longer.  
Price: From $10.50 (bamboo cup) | Emilie O’Connor 
Four Pure, Canned Wine + Kiss of Wine 

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