Add a Serving of Food Flair to Your Promposal with These Tasty Accessories

Prom? It's happening. It's the most important dance of the most important year of pre-adult life. Seniors everywhere are planning promposals as elaborate as marriage proposals.

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

Photo By: Heather Ramsdell

What says “prom?” more than purple cauliflower and crinkle cut fries? Simply asking the object of your affection to prom is still okay but before choosing the simple route, ask yourself if snacks will show your future date just how deeply you care about how much he or she cares, about snacks. A crinkle-cut fry bouquet might turn a yes into a yasssss.

From our friends at Food Network

French fries and chicken fingers surround sections of lettuce with brightly colored purple broccoli in the center. Parsley sprigs add a boost of sophistication. Show your bae that you know him or her by offering with his or her favorite dipping sauce of choice. (Not shown in photo.)

Time for the big day. You’ll need a wrist corsage.

Cut cheese slices with a biscuit cutter and affix to a round cracker with cheese spread to create the base for rolled ham flowers. Add fresh parsley leaves for extra classiness.

It's only fair that your date looks every bit as stylish as you do. You will need a boutonniere.

Swaddle a delicious fried shrimp within leaves of baby bok choy. Complete it with a single packet of soy sauce for your dipping pleasure and a chive bow.

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