Pt.5 Chocolate Fountain Table

11th March 2014

The princess party also featured a chocolate fountain table! Here’s my attempt at bringing it back! My aunt let me borrow her small fountain that I elevated using one of our Strawberry Milk Classic Cake Stands, it was the perfect size for this princess party! I loved using cake stands, compotes, trays, and cake plates from our Vintage Pink and our Sweet Pink Collections, they all looked so good together!

I ordered light pink liquid chocolate from a seller on Ebay, (totally recommend btw if you don’t want to deal with the melting of the chocolate!). It was super convenient to just pour it out into the fountain, plug it in, and voila!

I kept the dipping items simple: jumbo strawberry marshmallows, fresh strawberries, cream puffs, and pretzel rods. This chocolate fountain table went out quick, it  was a great “appetizer” table and kept my guests at bay from the dessert table until we sang Happy Birthday to my little princess!



Photography: Brianna Muniz Photography
Design and styling: Minted and Vintage
Day of coordination & florals: Love Anne Joy Design + Events
Linens: La Tavola
Vintage rentals: Sparkles and Vintage
Invitation & backdrop design: Itsy Belle Studio
Invitation & backdrop printing: Polydot Printing
Cake stands & aqua mason jars: Minted and Vintage
Cakes, French macarons, raspberry tarts, marshmallows, cupcakes: The French Confection Co.
Gourmet apples: Roni Sugar Creations
Mousse shots, cake pops, mini cupcakes: Melanie Rose Baking
Gumball tubes: Candy Crush Shop
Princess Aurora character rental: Royal Entertainers
Disposable partyware: The Tomkat Studio
Venue: The Ontiveros Room at The Gus Velasco Neighborhood Center in Santa Fe Springs


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CATEGORIES: Birthday Parties, Chocolate Fountain Table, Inspiration, Kids Parties, Minted and Vintage Dessert Tables, Sleeping Beauty Princess Party

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