Contributed by: NAPSA
Set the theme early:
Get creative with the announcement and send guests an essential baking tool, such as a spatula, measuring spoons or whisk. Print the party details on a recipe card and include an extra one, encouraging guests to bring their favorite dessert recipe to the shower. The bride will walk away with a box full of recipes from her nearest and dearest.
Entertaining is a piece of cake:
Traditionally, the bride's maid of honor or a close friend hosts the shower. To minimize stress for those involved in the planning, try the new A Taste of Tupperware Decadent Desserts Party, the ultimate environment for preparing scrumptious treats, learning about innovative products, new recipes, and shopping, while enjoying the company of family and friends! Partygoers will enjoy preparing simple and delicious desserts made with five ingredients or less with the assistance of an expert Tupperware consultant. In addition to learning and sampling delectable treats, guests can also purchase kitchen essentials for the bride-to-be.
Sweet and simple fare:
For an afternoon dessert party, the menu doesn't need to be elaborate. Offer guests a variety of beverages and let sweets be the main attraction. With the new A Taste of Tupperware Decadent Desserts Party, a delectable spread of home-baked goodies is made with love by the shower guests, and might include Buttery Chocolate Toffee Squares, Chocolate Caramel Cookies, Key Lime Pie, Chocolate Truffles or Lemon Bars, all made with five ingredients or less.
Throw the bride in your life a party she'll never forget.
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