Ideas for the Presentation of Snacks

Often prom-goers are too busy dancing and socializing to eat the dinner provided or they burn it off dancing.  Providing snacks at after-prom parties is a great way to give energy and keep people awake.  Continue the prom theme by using plastic table covers and skirting in the prom colors.   Then choose your napkins, plates, and plastic ware in a contrasting color.

Serving beverages is easy when you have a crystal cut punch bowl, a pitcher for water, or a tub for sodas.  Provide clear plastic cups, but make sure that people can identify their glass by using Etch-It tags!  There’s no need for pens; just mark on it with your finger!

Offer mini sub sandwiches, veggies, or fruits on a crystal cut tray.  Don’t forget the tongs or serving spoon and fork! Small sandwiches and finger foods allow people to grab a bite or two while they are still dancing, playing games, and socializing.

An imprinted stadium cup can be used for a variety of things.  Fill them with mini candy bars, nuts, or jellybeans. Make the candy bars even more special by having personalized wrappers.   Who doesn’t love sweets?  A sweet table with lollipops and mints (in a keepsake tin) will please everyone.

Late at night when people are getting sleepy is a good time to bring out some coffee or hot chocolate.  Serve it in a black café mug that you can have imprinted with your own design!

Be creative with what foods you serve and how you serve them.  Make your after-prom party a night to remember!

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