Eat Your Table Decorations!


Yes, you read that right. 


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If you are  decorating a table for Christmas eve dinner, Christmas day lunch,  a New Year’s Eve party or a friends and family  summer get-together, why not scrap the traditional tinsel and baubles, and opt for some fresh, décor  by using colourful, juicy and delectably edible stone fruit.

Below are just a few examples of how you could cut a decorative dash with peaches, plums and nectarines.  They’re so effective as a main centerpiece or could make a fun and unique party placement for guests.

  • Wrap up individual fruit in brown paper bag tied up with ribbon, or add their name to it and use it as a place setting.
  • Stack peaches, plums or nectarines; or a combination of all three
  • fruits, onto a wooden platter as a centerpiece.
  • Place stone fruit around a jar or vase filled with fresh flowers to 
  • add some colour or a candle for some ambience. 
  • Combine stone fruit with flowers to add some extra freshness. 

Not only impressive but also practical (you won’t have to tidy up tinsel and sparkle afterwards), and deliciously healthy – you could set the newest décor trend with stone fruit.

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