The Lazy Girl’s Guide To Decorating With Garden Lights

This post was sponsored by Jasco via Acorn Influence. All opinions are mine.

Summer nights are upon us, y’all! Probably my favorite part about this season in California is the cool evenings outside. We are actually in a heat wave right now that is driving me to insanity, but the saving grace is how nice it gets at night. The house we are currently renting has a perfect space for lounging, so I recently added a patio set. The only thing my setup was missing were garden lights.

I am kind of crazy about ambience. If I could, I would have string lights in every room of my house. I just love the warm glow and cozy atmosphere it creates. Luckily, you don’t have to be Clark Griswold to achieve your lighting goals. All it takes are the perfect strand of café lights and whatever you already have to throw them on!


Enbrighten Seasons Color Changing Café Lights are my very favorite. You might remember this post from last year where I used the same brand of lights to decorate my back deck in Georgia. I have even used them in Grayson’s room as some added fun to the top of his play tent.

It’s an honor when I get to work for a well loved brand more than once! I really love these products and I know you will too. Jasco’s Enbrighten Color Changing Lights have several cool features that make them stand out in the market. First of all, these lights are known for their “shatterproof” design. I don’t know if it’s happened to you, but I have bought garden lights in the past only to break them as soon as they barely hit the ground. These guys are incredibly durable. I also love the vintage feel of the Edison style bulb.

The coolest thing about these particular lights are the color changing options. The colors of these bulbs can be changed one bulb at a time, or two colors simultaneously. This makes the lights even more customizable for holidays or themed parties! These bulbs can be linked up to 750 feet, have a built-in timer, and are dimmable. The myTouchSmart Outdoor Timer is a great add on for easy automation of your lights.

What’s the moral of the story? Buy the perfect lights, and throw them around trees, posts, fences, doorways, you name it- and voila! You have a sweet summer setup in your back yard. Check out this Pinterest board for more ideas!

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