Now that the temperature is warming up we wanted to share some beautiful edible flower ice cube ideas that will jazz up any outdoor gathering - especially weddings, birthdays and baby showers.
Lavender, violets, roses, chrysanthemums and begonias are all great options for adding pops of color to jello and cupcakes but they are simply magical when used in ice cubes.
We hope you get some inspiration from these stunning edible flower ice cube ideas for your next soiree. Don’t miss our complete guide to edible flowers to help you choose the best flowers for the occasion.
Edible Flower Ice Cubes
Edible flower ice cubes are the best accessory for summer beverages. They are also complete show stoppers when placed inside ice buckets. You could even coordinate the flowers to match the colors of the wine bottles.
Floral Ice Bucket
This gorgeous ice bucket is easy to make and we'll let you in on a little secret: you don't necessarily have to use edible flowers. Use whatever you have on hand but make sure guests know not to drink the water once it melts. Here are the instructions for making your own fruity and floral ice bucket.
Floral Ice Cube Sticks
Slip these edible flower ice sticks into a tall glass for a nice of color. They are also great for water bottles. Pick demure rosebuds, lavender sprigs or even herbs. Learn how to make them here.
Edible Flower Ice Bowls
Wow your guests by serving ice cream, sorbet or even chilled soup in these gorgeous floral ice bowls. Making them is a breeze but they make a lasting impression. Get the how-to now.
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