Calling all my flakey friends, I promised Frosty and Fabulous...So Frosty and Fabulous it is! Using lots of bright white lights, garland and faux snow, the Snowy Dessert Table was created, filled with 14 desserts.
Let It Snow!Is was lit from top to bottom.
With white Christmas lights and garland hanging from the window, a white tree in the middle of the table, a winter wonderland was created.
There's snow time to lose, so lets move right along~
First covering my table with a white tablecloth, I added white Christmas lights (on white cord) to the top in a zig zag pattern. After the lights were in place, I added white hanging icicle lights around the edge of the table. Then I placed rolls of faux snow on the top (like the kind used under Christmas Villages).
I also found white icicle garland, ordered it from Oriental Trading and added it around the edge of the table, hanging it over the icicle lights. Pulled the faux snow down to connect with the icicle.
For more flurries of fun, I'll show you what was served on each tiered dessert stand
I made a lot of home made goodies!
You may want a better view, so I've got more photos of a sampling of treats.
Homemade caramel corn served in glasses decorated with snowflake window clings.
The very best Caramel Apple Streusel Cheesecake.
Snowflake cupcakes served under a glass dome.
Chocolate dipped gingerbread cookies.
Glisten and glow snowflake sugar cookies.
Stamped and decorated chocolate sugar cookies.
Vintage stamped chocolate sugar cookies.
You could say this little elf is tired, because there is more. Don't worry, my flakey friends, I'm going to save that for another day.
Get Your Flake On!