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Floating Flower Ice Cubes

By: Agnes for Bridal Musings

Never underestimate the power of classy details. These Floating Flower Ice Cubes are an easy-to-make, unexpected surprise that your guests will love. These creative and decorative crafts are an easy way to add a very special touch to your cocktails, whether you're throwing an engagement party or a bridal shower. These Floating Flower Ice Cubes would also be a fun reception ideas for an outdoor spring or summer wedding. If you're worried about flowers floating in your guests' drinks, use the smallest flowers you can find so they stay in the ice cube longer.

Floating Flower Ice Cubes
Floating Flower Ice Cubes
This image courtesy of bridalmusings.com

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Food Crafting

Beginner

Estimated Cost: Under $10

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These ice cubes really make a huge impression! If you or your guests are a bit iffy on the cubes melting, opt to put them in a clear wide dish and put your drinks or carafes on the ice....or other iced foods. But of course as mentioned, many flowers are edible so no real issue. You can also opt for a perfect strawberry or raspberry in the center of the cube, or even a citrus slice of lemon or lime. I use made ice molds using citrus and cherries arranged in a pet tern and float in a punch bowl. Fun idea!

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