Enchanted Forest

Elevate your holiday sweets station to an outdoorsy wonderland

By Sebastien Centner

As the cold weather arrives, escape the snow-covered outdoors with a whimsical dessert station inspired by those lush Summer days.

Dessert tables are perfect for any size group and stay fresh longer than traditional food stations, making them ideal for entertaining.

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SEBASTIEN’S SUGGESTIONS
Set the table with a foundation of moss and layer with branches, wood platters or, in our case, a custom-built wood skewer stand.

Select sweets that fit the overall theme—tree shapes are always a classic, or choose a campfire favourite such as s’mores. Get creative with fun names for an added touch!

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