How to throw together a quick and easy red and white dessert party table.
Disclosure: This project has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for #cbias #SmartFinal140th
In honor of Smart & Final's 140th Birthday I threw together a little celebration. I'm honored to be one of the #sfsmarties and love Smart & Final, particularly for when I'm hosting parties. You can view some of the items we purchased for this party table on ThisMoment.
On The Party Table:
- Red Velvet Cake – filled with freshly whipped cream and topped with sifted powdered sugar
- Milk (First Street) – Red Straws (First Street) and Party Cups
- Yogurt covered raisins
- Starlight Peppermints (First Street)
- Red Velvet Cookies
- Apple and Cheese Danish Bites
- Kettle Corn
To decorate I hung a rope above the table and lay folded napkins over the top to form a banner and placed a matching table cloth on the table. These were from the twins 3rd birthday party.
Glass hurricane candle holders are fabulous for holding party snacks such as fruit and kettle corn.
Small trays can be turned into an instant cake stand by placing it on top of a candlestick holder.
Silicone baking cups are perfect for holding small snacks such as yogurt covered raisins.
When using a boxed cake mix, use apple sauce in place of oil – This tip is from Martha Stewart.