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Chocolate Fountains

Guests will delight in this fun dessert

 

Chocolate Fountains For DIY Weddings

wooden skewers for chocolate fountains

Skewers & Cups

chocolate bar and chocolate crumbles for chocolate fountain

Chocolate

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Chocolate Fountains

Chocolate fountains are a fun and delicious addition to any DIY wedding reception and dessert bar. Make sure to assign a friend or family member to monitor the fountain and add chocolate as needed. For fun, invite them over to test the fountain and make sure they know how to set it up and add chocolate as needed. After the wedding, bring the fountain to get togethers and parties, loan or sell it to other DIY brides, or donate it to a local organization.

This commercial grade Sephra Elite Chocolate Fountain melts 4-6 pounds of chocolate at one time.

This four tier chocolate fountain by Nostalgia melts up to 2 pounds of chocolate for guests to enjoy.

The Wilton Chocolate Pro chocolate fountain has a 4 pound capacity.

Skewers & Cups

Skewers and chocolate fountain accessories help guests enjoy the creative dessert experience. If you choose metal skewers, make sure there is not a way for guests to throw them out. After the wedding, they can be cleaned and reused for grilling or other uses.

Chocolate fountains are popular; have enough wooden skewers so guests can get a new one each time.

Metal skewers are an option if you plan to wash and reuse the skewers after the wedding.

Small portion cups like these are helpful to have at a chocolate fountain if strawberries or other easily handled fruit are served.

Chocolate

Some chocolate fountains may require oil to be added to melting chocolate in order for the chocolate to move smoothly through the fountain. Be sure to read and follow the fountain’s instructions.

Wilton Chocolate Pro melting chocolate is a good choice for a traditional chocolate fountain experience.

Make sure to read the fountain’s instructions for using pure baking chocolate.

Melted white chocolate is a decadent treat. Make sure to read the fountain’s instructions before using white chocolate.

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