Tomorrow evening we're hosting a fondue party followed by a game night. I saw these chevron paper placemats on one of the holiday blog tours and knew they would be perfect for the event.
I've owned a set of these white fondue plates for years, but they were originally purchased from Crate & Barrel. As for the recipes, my favorite fondue cookbook is "Fondue" by Rick Rodgers. The Classic Swiss Three-Cheese Fondue and the Original Toberlone Fondue for dessert are among my absolute favorites.
For placecards, I used a white ink pen to write the names of our guests on the paper runner.
I have two fondue pots which I'll place down the center of the table. I own the Le Creuset pots which I highly recommend. The cast iron coated pot is ideal for the cheese and chocolate fondues as metal can often scorch. If you're lucky enough, like we are, to live near a Le Crueset Outlet you can find these for half the price of retail.
I'll try and take some photos in the evening once all of the candles and fondue pots are glowing, (sometimes our guests are camera shy). Enjoying fondue with friends always makes for a fun evening. It's easy to make and keeps your guests lingering at the table enjoying great conversation and a delicious feast.