It’s no secret that food brings people together, but tossing chocolate into the mix takes a party to a whole new level. A dessert party is a fun and easy excuse to grab your closest friends, bring the sweet treats and make an ordinary day a bit extraordinary.
This perfect pairing requires low maintenance and offers exquisite presentation without the hassle of preparing it. Pick up a fresh berry pie from your local baker and pair alongside your favorite Pinot Noir. We recommend Sonoma-Cutrer’s Russian River Valley Pinot Noir, which offers deep dark fruit aromas with hints of baking spices, as well as red…
Put your own touch on mini pound cakes by adding fresh fruits. These make simple, yet delectable treats to add to any size gathering. We chose to use blackberries and raspberries to fit in with our rustic party theme but any fruit pairs well with a simple pound cake.
Whether hosting a shower, birthday or weekend get-together a floral cake topper is a whimsical way to add a DIY touch. We made our own cake decoration using a Boston Cream cake. Here’s the step-by-step for how you can add a little whismy yourself. Ensure icing is even on the top of the cake 2)…
Does it get any better than an ice cream bar? Marshmallows, sprinkles, candy pieces and Chambord Black Raspberry Liquor are just a few options for toppings.
Incorporating a color scheme into a get-together makes it feel more personal and doesn’t have to be overly fussy or expensive. Choose two to three accent colors and easily create a warm and inviting table using fresh flowers, a table runner and individual place settings.
S’mores are a summertime classic but think outside the box with a s’mores bar. Include the traditional ingredients like graham crackers and marshmallows but mix it up with different kinds of candy bars. Use mason jars for serving containers or get creative with another festive way to serve guests. Graham Crackers Marshmallows Candy Bars
Who doesn’t love a good, classic chocolate chip cookie? Whether your hosting, attending a party or just have a sweet tooth, you can’t go wrong with a chocolate chip cookie.
Who doesn’t love chocolate? Get creative by serving in glassware or festive dishes.
Use thick wooden sticks and press into core of whole apples. Dip in melted chocolate or caramel sauce then roll in toppings. Crushed gingerbread or chopped nuts are perfect for the holidays, but toppings are limitless!