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Your Wedding Needs 100% More Nacho Fountain

Hack the chocolate fountain and win at weddings.

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Perhaps you're getting married and have realized you don't want to have the same spread all your friends had at their weddings.

And sure, having a Nutella fountain or a cream cheese frosting fountain would certainly impress your guests...

But a nacho cheese fountain...

Macey Foronda

A NACHO CHEESE FOUNTAIN would make your wedding stand out amongst all the vintage rustic Mason jar weddings, is all I'm saying.

And unlike many wedding ideas, it's actually quite affordable and easy to DIY...
Macey Foronda

And unlike many wedding ideas, it's actually quite affordable and easy to DIY...

Step 1: GET YOURSELF A "CHOCOLATE" FOUNTAIN.

Like this one, which costs $110.
Macey Foronda

Like this one, which costs $110.

Step 2: STOCK UP ON NACHO CHEESE AND THEN PUT IT IN THE FOUNTAIN.

You can get more specific instructions on how much cheese to buy and how to water it down so it flows nicely here.
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You can get more specific instructions on how much cheese to buy and how to water it down so it flows nicely here.

Step 3: CREATE A SPREAD OF DELICIOUS FOODS FOR DIPPING.

We recommend soft pretzels, chips, hot dogs, corn dogs, apple pie, and apple slices. We do not recommend burritos or tacos, as they tend to fall apart and you don't want to spoil your beautiful nacho fountain with bits of someone else's burrito.You will also need skewers, tongs, plates, and napkins.
Macey Foronda

We recommend soft pretzels, chips, hot dogs, corn dogs, apple pie, and apple slices. We do not recommend burritos or tacos, as they tend to fall apart and you don't want to spoil your beautiful nacho fountain with bits of someone else's burrito.

You will also need skewers, tongs, plates, and napkins.

Step 4: GET MARRIED.

Step 5: SAY CHEESE.

Macey Foronda

Your guests will love it and you will be so happy to have a nacho fountain waiting for you after your long day of getting hitched!

Art direction by John Gara. Food styling by Emily Fleischaker.

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