Hosting a wedding popcorn bar? Here are a few things to keep in mind.

Written by Patricia Beets - July 10 2015


David @ Dell Cove Spice Co.
February 29 2016

Hi Cheryl,

Thank you for your comment – and great question. You can serve the popcorn at room temperature, or it can be served warm – if you have a popcorn popping machine or air-popper on site and are popping the popcorn fresh at your event.

If you’re using pre-popped popcorn, one suggestion that is easy to do and can help warm up your guests’ popcorn: Have a small butter warmer on your popcorn bar, so that guests can drizzle melted butter over their popcorn before they add their toppings.

This trick helps the seasonings and toppings stick to the popcorn, and … well … buttery popcorn is delicious. (Who doesn’t love it?)

If you have guests that are lactose-intolerant, you can have a small bowl of olive oil to use instead of the butter.

February 28 2016

When setting up a popcorn bar for a party, is the popcorn always served at room temp.?

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