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Christmas is busy in Provo, Farmington, Orem, and Lindon Utah!

This Christmas season is busy. A Chocolate Affair rented tables and chairs on Monday morning  while doing a lunch party at Novell, then later in the evening providing 3 fountains for the Prosper Christmas party. Prosper had our 44″ fountain with milk chocolate, our 27″ with white chocolate, and another 27″ fountain with dark chocolate for over 600 people.  The dipping items included pineapple, Oreo cookies, pretzels, marshmallows, raspberries, and graham crackers.  The raspberries went first.  The chocolate fountains were the hit of the evening. Novell’s party was a department party and much smaller.  They had two of our smaller
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Chocolate fountains provided for a Salt Lake City Sorority party

It was quite the social event.  We provided our 27 inch chocolate fountain with milk chocolate.  The sorority provided the dipping items.  I think that they have a real sweet tooth.  Now we know that the Greeks enjoy chocolate fountains. They invited the boys from the frats over for some socializing and sugar.  They enjoyed dipping the cookies and strawberries in the warm milk chocolate.  Chocolate fountains are a great party centerpiece.
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Congrats to Maddie and her husband

This was a beautiful wedding and reception.  We provided both white chocolate fountain and a milk chocolate fountain and it was a party all night long.  Those are glass beads on the table cloth.  Congratulations! 
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Bridal Extravaganza in Sandy Utah

We went to the bridal show and set up a booth.  We had a nice slide show and brought our largest fountain to showcase.  We met a lot of future brides and shared chocolate from our 19″ chocolate fountains.  We were able to show off our new inventory of chairs for rent.  Overall it was a success.  They had over 850 people registered as brides.  We ran out of business cards in the first hour and had to send someone to get more business cards as well as post cards.  If you talked to us at the show be sure
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See us at The Bridal Extravaganza

October 1st we will be at the Bridal Extravaganza at the South Towne Expo in Sandy.  Come by and see us! We are offering some specials for booking at the event.
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Thank you again Sheraton, Salt Lake City Utah

Thank you again Sheraton Hotel for having A Chocolate Affair at your event held for the League of Cities.  Dark chocolate and milk chocolate was a good mix and the guests seemed to really enjoy it.  Our attendants enjoyed the dueling pianos entertainment as well.  So again, thank you for having our chocolate fountains at your event!
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Quinceanera in Midvale

This was a party.  See the balloons in the back?  They didn’t stay there long.  All it took was a little breeze and they  were covered in chocolate.  All in all this was fun.  The kids really liked dipping the strawberries in the hot flowing chocolate.
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Chocolate Fountain at reception at Noah’s in West Jordan

This event was at Noah’s in West Jordan, Utah.  Cory the chef created a beautiful display for the chocolate fountain.  Again this was a huge success.
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Payson Wedding reception

This was a backyard wedding reception in Payson Utah.  We had to use the wind guard.  Thank goodness for the wind guard as it doesn’t take very much wind to start blowing chocolate around.  Their backyard was decorated beautifully and it was a very successful event.  We had to keep a close eye on the kids.  They were filling up cups of chocolate.
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