Blow up this inflatable buffet for your backyard wedding

There exists such a thing as an inflatable buffet and salad bar. How perfect is this for you backyard and potluck wedding planners? Just inflate it, fill with ice, and your food will stay fresh for your whole party! Once the wedding is done, you can deflate it and store it easy peasy. Then you can re-use it for ALL the rest of your backyard parties as a fabulous married couple. I'd say it's a pretty sweet $20 investment.

Check it out on Amazon.

  1. I bought one of these for football season parties and I just love it. Sooooo easy to use, and don't take up space like coolers would. I wish I had bought more. We used it for chili fixin's – bowls of cheeses, onions, jalapenos, sour cream, etc. Would have been great to have another one for beverages, whatever. They're very cool!!!

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  2. I have this and it is AWESOME!!!! We have a big end of summer party every year and this table top chiller works like a dream. We've had it for 4 or 5 years now and I cannot recommend something like this highly enough for people looking at serving a big group and still want to keep things cool and food safe.

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  3. A friend of mine got hers from Oriental Trading, they had really colorful ones.

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  4. YOU COULD USE IT AS A SLED!!! Srsly though, I'd so get this as an excuse to throw tons of buffet-style dinner parties.

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  5. Surely a cheap paddling pool/beach toy would do the same thing?? great idea tho!

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  6. We just decided on a backyard wedding ourselves, and this is perfect!

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  7. Awesome!! Thanks for sharing, although wish we had these for our backyard wedding back in April ;) Still neat though for other backyard functions as others have suggested :) Now to just get rid of this awful heatwave we've been dealing with the past few weeks…

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