Elevate your event with beautiful, eye-catching and of course, delicious, Food Art. Food is more than just sustenance at an event, it is a key piece, that with a collaboration in art can become experiential.
Bring the best of art and food to your event! Well known chef and chocolate artist from CXBO creates a stunning canvas of abstract graffiti. Provide an inspiration for the art and the artist will follow this vision.
Vibrant coloured cocoa butter are applied on top of a chocolate “canvas”. The most exciting part comes when guests are invited to smash the chocolate with small gold hammers. Guests can eat the pieces or take them home in customized sleeves.
Beets & Roses
The latest in floral activations, BEETS & ROSES offers guests the opportunity to create unique arrangements! You can also create bouquets and boutonniere’s that feature a combination of colourful flowers and fresh vegetable produce.
Beets & Roses can design stunning edible centre pieces for your next event, beautiful arrangements perfect for the office or provide on-site event activations where guests can design and take home their own boutonniere. Each arrangement features edible components perfect for snacking!
Edible Centre Pieces
Our Edible Centre Pieces are made from real fruits and vegetables that can be eaten after your event. Unlike regular centrepieces that get thrown away after your event, an edible bouquet can be reused and brought home. A beautiful solution for a better world.
Create opportunities for your guests to participate in draws, competitions or contests to win the centre pieces. Make these edible arrangements a centre piece of your event!
Bring a totally unique element to your event, one your guests will likely not only have never seen, but also have never ate before!
Creating Edible Balloons is a scientific process that involves a special blend of sugars warmed up and then inflated with helium. The sugars form an elastic-like quality as the balloon fills with helium it gently stretches until it is large enough. Experience the balloon by drawing it to your lips and inhaling the helium. The balloon deflates slowly and then you eat it like a stretched taffy.