What is your childhood favorite? Soda Pops

Time to get encouraged!  I encourage all of my readers to go ahead and make a list of their five favorite child hood items. Done? Now think of ways you can use one of the items at your next dinner party.  It does not have to be done in a large scale but I want you to think, if that item was special for you, how special it might be for your guests.  Maybe even as a fun ice breaker, send out  a short survey to your attendees asking them to list one item and have it set at their place setting.

We just love the way how soda pops can enhance an event.  Whether it is incorporating color, personality or flavor,  it is a great way to show your guests you went the extra mile and brought a unique element to the table.  We have seen them displayed during wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, the possibilities are endless.  Below are images of ways to add soda pops to your event.

Loving the way the pop was used as a float

Source: Eat Drink Chic

Love the idea of getting empty bottles and filling them with the treat of your choice. This could be candy, sea salt or even coffee beans


Source: Hapa Hale

Source: Rosie Monroe’s

Comments 3

  1. mahalo for including a link to hapa | hale in your roundup! toast’s soda snacks are just so cheery and the design has proven to be quite popular in hawaii. they even offer a mini pop version and a diy favor bar is a new offering at their studio.
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