Baseball Dessert Table

With the start of baseball season underway, I thought it would be nice to share a simple Baseball dessert table created by Abby of Piece of Cake. I love showcasing dessert tables that can easily be replicated.  It proves that you can create a high impact table without breaking the bank.  This table contains items that can be easily purchased at your local grocery store.  The key to any table is the layout.  When I begin visualizing any dessert table, I think of several things: food, spacing, height, and a focal point.  Once these elements are decided on, the rest is just a matter of decor details. On this particular table, store bought items include: chewing gum candy, baseball chocolate, donut holes, crush bottles, and baseball pops.  The chocolate cupcakes could be easily made from a box or from scratch.  The cake was designed by Abby and was the centerpiece of the table.  Height was applied by utilizing square buckets with a baseball design from the Dollar Tree. Paper bags instantly became cute favor bags simply by adding a baseball favor tag attached with a clothespin.  The decor detail I love the most about this table is the table cover.  We have re-used this faux grass cover for a number of parties already. The backdrop was a blue striped fabric purchased at a local fabric store in the clearance section.

baseball dessert table

baseball chocolate cupcakes

baseball cake

baseball soda and big league chew gum

big league chew gum and baseball gum

baseball pops

baseball gum and cake

donut holes

baseball favor bags

baseball dessert table

Hopefully this table has inspired you to wow your guests with your own table design at your next baseball game gathering.

Lederle Tecson
About me

I am a practical, do-it-yourself gal who appreciates the small details that make each event truly special. I hope the ideas and inspiration at Love Every Detail will bring out your creative side and make the process of planning your event a little easier. Remember…it’s in the details!


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