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DIY Smores Bar, DIY: Smores Bar

A smores bar is a huge trend right now in doing an inexpensive dessert. It can serve a lot of people and is also a fun way for guests to be involved in making their own, the way they want. It is a great conversational piece.

Images provided to ATWU by Havenwood Rentals & Design

All you need is a cute way of cooking your marshmallows. I used an old chicken feeder and put some gold decor rocks and some tea lights in it. There are a lot of other long boxes that you can DIY or buy and do the kerosene lamps to cook them. Always make sure that there is someone helping little ones, so that there are no accidents.

A cute way to display the crackers and chocolate is a wood slice that you can usually get for free. Another great idea is using a cute vase or multiple vases full of skewers of marshmallows.

We also added some lightly toasted marshmallows with dipped chocolate and graham cracker sprinkled on top for an elegant version of your s’mores.

The floral company Peaches and Peonies did a beautiful centerpiece and some wax flowers around the table for a bit of elegance.Havenwood Rental & designs styled the table and the decor

Photographer is Hannah Judd Photography

Contributing Vendors and Credits:

Caterer: Kristie Chidester

Rentals and Design: Havenwood Weddings https://www.facebook.com/havenwoodweddingrentals/

Photographer: Hannah Judd Photography http://www.hannahjuddweddings.com/

Florist: Peaches and Peonies https://peachesandpeoniesfloral.wordpress.com/

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