Cascading Fruit Centerpiece
Total TimePrep: 3 hours
Makes1 fruit centerpiece
Mine did not turn out exactly like the picture. Everyone still liked it. I would like directions like some others did. Is this possible? I like doing things like this. So nice and makes the occasion feel special.
Unless you have a sense of design stay away from this feat. There are directions what to buy but no direction how to put what where. The cost of the Styrofoam and everything else needed was so high that the next time I will buy a ready made centerpiece. Yes, it was beautiful once it was put together,by the right person but that person was not me.
This looks beautiful and I want to make it for our daughter's 40th birthday laua surprise party. Can anyone suggest or tell me what they use for the base tray? Thinking of an oven rack, it's larger, but don't know what else I have around. Thanks!
Everyone loves this centerpiece. I have made this on several occasions. I placed it next to chocolate fountain. Just keep an eye on children.
This fabulous centerpiece is always impressive! Our 4-H club has done this centerpiece twice for our town's luncheon for seniors and they've loved it both times.We've found that sometimes buying the styrofoam can be expensive and have learned to ask around for clean packing pieces folks might have. Everything gets covered well in aluminum foil anyway.We've also found that just flavored yogurt makes a good dip if you are in a hurry.Label any dips if possible - people appreciate the information.This recipe is highly recommended!
I love, love, love this centerpiece. I needed it to serve 100+ for a church brunch. I made it on a large mirror and include bowls of blueberries, raspberries,blackberries, and cherries. I used blackeyed susans and red roses with alternating red and yellow napkins. it was a real show stopper. Thanks for planting the idea. More centerpiece ideas, please.
I made this for a Pastor's Table turned out nice. I too would like to see it before fruit because I kinda assembled it my way when it came to dowels.
Wonderful! Easy to do although the fruit gets a bit expensive. Someone asked about the dowels, where they go, but they can actually be left out. Just secure the styrofoam discs together with greening pins. This was a great hit for my Christmas party. Everyone wants the recipe.
How do the two dowels stabilize the stacks? Need instructions where and how to place them.
I have made this centerpiece for many different occasions. and each time was a hit. very easy but, takes alot of time .