Fresh Apple Party Theme

Think apple themes are just for fall harvest parties? Think again! From rich red delicious to vibrant granny-smith-green, this popular fruit makes for great party decor throughout the year – especially when it comes to bridal showers and special brunches or luncheons.

Here are a few ideas for bringing a fun, casual apple theme to life:


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Fresh Fruit Paper Partyware (available in dinner plates, dessert plates, lunch napkins, cocktail napkins, and guest towels)

Apple Red Utensils ($3/service for 8)

Apple Candy Containers ($15/set of 12) – Fill these cute little guys with fruit candies, gourmet trail mix, or packets of spiced apple tea.

Stirrings Apple Martini Mixer ($10) & Apple Martini Rimmer ($5) – This party theme definitely calls for apple martinis! Make things easy on yourself with a ready-made mixer…no bartender required!


Centerpiece Ideas:


Keep the centerpieces simple and display groups of apples in vases and interesting bowls.  Embellish the arrangements with ribbon, flowers, and candles. Here are a few examples from around the web:

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tall vase filled with small apples & floating candles {via Brides}

• mixed red & green apple "Orchard Wedding" centerpiece {via OnceWed}

• modern simplicity: small bowls of apples embellished with white flowers {via Your Wedding Day}

decorated vase filled with green apples and leaves {via Fall Bio}


Last but not least, a few fun extras & apple-themed treats:


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Apples adorned with paper leaves serve as fun, themed place cards {via Brides)

Pretty cake topper idea: caramelized lady apples {via Brides}

• Serve up a decadent treat like these White Chocolate-Toffee Crunch Caramel Apples {via}. Slice and serve at the party, or wrap them up individually and send them home with guests as party favors.

• Instead of the standard cupcakes or sheet cake, try something themed & unique like these Apple Streusel Cinnamon Swirl Cupcakes. {via Hostess with the Mostess}