Edible napkin rings are fun, easy, and unexpected. They make a great addition to any tablescape and will have your guests talking about what a terrific hostess you are. You’re not obliged to tell them how easy the napkin rings were to put together. Here are a dozen different ways make edible napkin rings:
Here’s a braided napkin ring from Artefactu complete with a simple bread recipe and instructions for making the braided ring.
If you don’t want to make bread from scratch you can make edible napkin rings like these ones from WikiHow. They start with refrigerated breadstick dough. The ones shown are here are in the process of being decorated with edible glitter before baking.
RealSimple uses refrigerated pizza dough to create their edible napkin rings. You can make 10 to 12 napkin rings with one package!
Not to be outdone, Randi from Dukes And Duchesses decorated her edible napkin rings in various ways. I especially like the one with a monogram drawn on the bread ring using an edible marker.
Of course, bread is not the only option for making edible napkin rings. These gorgeous napkin rings from tundescreations are made from cookies. You’ll find lots of ways to create beautiful gifts and decorations out of cookies on this inspirational blog.
There are several ways to incorporate candy into edible napkin rings. Here’s a tutorial for stringing candy corn into napkin rings from Craft Elf.
Budget Wedding Planning uses inexpensive candy bracelets for their edible napkin rings. They also double as an edible favor.
Pink Peppermint Paper also used candy bracelets for a candy-themed birthday party. I love that the plastic flatware is pre-wrapped with paper napkins for easy pick up.
I’d never heard of Sugar Sweet Paper before seeing this blog post by Mark Addison. You could attached lots of different types of candies to the edible paper using his technique.
If you’re throwing a nautical-themed party, check out these “life saver” napkin rings from Parents Magazine. The white Lifesavers were painted with red strips using edible markers before being attached to the twine.
I never knew that edible Easter grass existed until I saw this “incredible edible Easter napkin ring” from Piggy Bank Parties. Jenny has lots of inexpensive party ideas on her Oink blog!
Martha Stewart always has delectable ideas for decorating a table. Her sustainable Easter napkin ring is made using dried orange slices (and a sprig of lavender.)
Now that you’re ready to make edible napkin rings, what will you wrap them around? Bright Settings has an incredible selection of napkins for sale or for rent. You can consult with one of our knowledgeable sales staff by calling 1-800-327-6025 during regular business hours. You can also chat with them or send an email. We make it easy for you to pick the perfect napkins to go with your incredible edible napkin rings.