Playful Appetizers

Explore related topics


Mini Pie Bar - Tiny pies and tarts arranged in crates lined with patterned paper

Heather Hawkins Photography •

Beautiful fruit and cheese display with a rustic lantern. Abby and John Signature Images Photo By Heather Hawkins Photography (Cheese Table Display)

Savina Maraj

Individual Fruit Cups with Vanilla Yoghurt. Plastic cups Wooden skewers Vanilla yoghurt 1 Strawberry for each cup 1 Skewer of pineapple chunks 1 Skewer of watermelon 1 Skewer of rockmelon. Assemble and display on a pretty party platter.

Gold and White Wedding. Buffet Dinner, Late Night Snack, Appetizer. Mozzarella & Olive Bites

Mozzarella & Olive Bites mmm these look wonderful and so simple

Deliciously stylish ideas for food stations at outdoor rustic weddings from taco bars to wine and cheese displays to pie tables.

How to arrange appetizers at your next gathering. Just don't forget the Missouri wine!

How to Arrange an Appetizer Table

sen nerdesin geldin mi odaya yoksa kütüphanede misin

Two-bite Crostini recipes for party snacks or appetizers. Crostino is an Italian appetizer consisting of a small slice of grilled or toasted bread and toppings.

Burlap Wedding Decoration Ideas - Greek Weddings

Head table:::drape burlap over the front of the way and I love the Mr & Mrs sign, do these in the choc brn burlap?and the greens from Joan :) :)

artfully rustic tablescape ... cheese, bread, fruits ... yum

Table with bread, cheese and fruit. Great for a wine tasting party, an Italian themed party, a french picnic, etc.

Veggie cups with Cute Cucumbers. Swap plastic for recycled paper cups for an Eco friendly version. (food for parties budget)

Super easy clean up. No dip to be scooped, cause it's already at the bottom of the cup for you. And of course you can choose whatever veggies you want. A fruit cup would be super yummy too. Love the cucumber garnish - cute.

Playful Appetizers

20 Stunning Rustic Wedding Ideas

Nestling hors d'oeuvres into fresh grass (or even fabric-topped floral foam) lends an air of whimsy to cocktail hour. This approach works best for simple finger foods that guests can easily pluck from the toothpicks.