It’s no mystery why Popinsanity has taken the dessert and snacking world by storm. Its flavors are innovative yet crowd-pleasing, sweet but perfectly salty. Arranged here are some of my favorite Popinsanity flavors: Chocolate Drizzle, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Sweet & Salty, Peppermint Hot Chocolate, Blueberry Scone, and Cookies & Cream.
Inspired by Popinsanity’s inventiveness, we also came up with the idea to create a DIY popcorn bar. We arranged chocolate, caramel, and Lotus sauces in mini fondue stands to drizzle over the popcorn, with topping options of crushed peppermint, pretzels, peanuts,and mini marshmallows.,
Favor Box Wall
The favor box wall (a.k.a. cupcake wall) with its favor boxes was a fun way to display the popcorn holders. My friends at the Stamp Studio designed all the graphics for the party, and I love the way they made the boxes ombre, which added to the decor focal point.
When party planning, I always try to combine practicality, good flavors, and playful decor ideas. This popcorn wall isn’t especially practical, but using something fun and interactive for this popcorn bar seemed like just the right balance.
To make it, we took foam board and covered it with plastic wrap, then spread chocolate on it and stuck popcorn on top. Not only does it look fun and on theme, but it’s actually edible! Guests can take off the popcorn clusters and snack on them.
Photography by Hudi Greenberger
This article originally appeared in Family First