Are you thinking of having waterfalls of chocolate at your wedding? Check out this fabulous chocolate fountain ideas for your wedding and ¡indulge!
Nothing is more sexy than delicious, pure chocolate. Pass these ideas onto your caterer of plain do them by yourself!
Unforgettable Chocolate Fountain Ideas for your Wedding
Strawberries are the perfect match for a chocolate fountain and even more so for triple-choc fountains; a white chocolate, a milk chocolate and a dark chocolate fountain, for the lover of pure chocolate bliss.
Finalize your chocolate fountain decor with some marshmallows (the children will love you for it) and your favorite flowers.
What do you think about this strawberry bouquet? It would look irresistible by the chocolate fountain at your wedding. It’s actually really easy to make! Assemble the strawberry bouquet inside a jug of lemon juice (a few slices of lemon and lime for a contrast of color and a dab of freshness), skew the strawberries on different sized wooden pins and voila!
If your wedding is held in a garden, this decorative chocolate fountain idea is pure genius and also really simple to do. Using a rectangular sponge, add strawberries with skewers and cover it completely.
When choosing chocolate for your fountain, make sure it has a taste and texture to your liking. Set a budget to help you decide what type of chocolate to buy. Keep in mind that high quality chocolates are easier to melt and to clean.
Chocolate fountains can be a great addition to any wedding. When presented with the right variety of dipping foods, you can offer a wide selection of desserts that appeal to all your guests.
Remember to test (without chocolate) and clean the chocolate fountain before the big day.
Chocolate fountain ideas: dipping food
Ready to dip into your chocolate fountain? Pretzel sticks with marshmallows. They’re original, easy, fast to prepare, and you won’t need skewers!! 🙂
Another great combination that allows your guests to enjoy their dessert by itself or dipped in chocolate are little squares of cheesecake on a stick. Delightfully sinful, isn’t it?
A delicious chocolate fountain could be your dessert table centerpiece.
Fruits, sweets surround this incredible milk chocolate fountain. Add a romantic touch by covering the table with rose petals.
What do you think of a Parisian-style chocolate fountain for a black and white wedding? Cupcakes, crushed olive pasta with capers, anchovies in olive oil with goat cheese and tortilla chips, black bean and cheddar cheese soup, chocolate mousse, and the quintessential white chocolate martini.
Some dipping food ideas that work really well with chocolate fountains include sponge cake, merengue, dried peaches, sliced bananas, and strawberries. Cut the dipping items into mouth-sized bites. Make sure you dry the washed fruit so that guests can smother them in chocolate without it dripping off. Chocolate does not stick to water.
A bit of trivia on chocolate fountains for weddings
Did you know that the biggest chocolate fountain in the world can be found at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas? It’s 27-feet tall and it’s located on the first floor of the Bellagio inside Jean-Philippe Pâtisserie. This incredible fountain pushes through 2100 lbs. of chocolate at a rate of 120 quarts a minute!
Which of these chocolate fountain ideas for your wedding did you like the best?
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