15 Creative DIY Coolers and Beverage Centers for Entertaining | by 'Birds and Soap' blog!
White Trash Party! Great for the Summer and for your wallet, I went to the local KFC and picked up a few chicken buckets to hold chips and things, not the good kind! (porkrinds,cheese ballz,and corn flavored cheezies) A cake I towered wagon wheels, twinkies and honey dounuts. also put out things like jerky, cocktail hotdogs still in the can and we even made Spam Skewers on the BBQ. used paper plates from all occasions. Had beer bottle candle holder's. every one dressed up, it was a blast
Forget beer "cakes"! Made my husband this Jack and Coke cake for Fire Academy Graduation out of a large bottle of Jack, several cans of coke, smaller bottles of Jack with honey (the candles) and then some black duct tape and twine. Perfect country boy gift! Could possibly make a gin and tonic cake too, no?
Groom's Cakes - The ice chest is red velvet cake on the top half, the bottom half is a cake dummy. The fish is RKT covered with fondant and hand-painted. The beer cans are RKT covered with fondant. The labels are sugar sheets and the lids are molded fondant. The ice is rock candy.
The ultimate guy/ beer lover's birthday gift. Step 1: Get beer recommendations from friends of the birthday boy. Step 2: Locate a store near you that sells single bottles and has a good variety. Buy as many on your list as you can find. Step 3: Create labels with bday messages indicating who gave the rec. Also can include famous beer quotes. Step 4: Display in layer cake fashion. Step 5: For an added touch throw a beer exchange party so the final gift can be admired, enjoyed, and everyo...
Irish Car Bomb Cake - allrecipes.com/... .. recipe includes: 3/4 cup Irish whiskey & and 1 (15 ounce) can dark Irish stout beer (such as Guinness®) and 1/4 cup Irish cream liqueur (such as Baileys®) "This delicious and moist cake mimics the famous drop-a-shot-into-a-pint flavors: Guinness®, Baileys®, and Jameson®. The whiskey is the dominant flavor.
The "Beer Cake" I made for my dad on his birthday! Make tiers out of beer (it takes about 50 cans for two tiers) and then add a bottle of their favorite booze on top! Additional decorations found at the Dollar Tree. Easily done with soda or other favorite beverages :) Caution: Assemble when you get to your display location.