Looking for fruit tray ideas? Check this out. I’m using a gigantic doll needle to sew together blueberries for the main cables of this watermelon Golden Gate Bridge. All you need are four ingredients: watermelon, blueberries, pineapple, and kiwi.
I love building fruit trays for parties. Whether it’s a watermelon fruit train or a watermelon camera with a flip out screen, I love wowing my friends with a creative fruit tray. I tend to incorporate watermelon for the main structure because it’s easy to carve it into fun shapes. I don’t know about you, but slicing through watermelon always makes my home smell like summer time! Plus, this is a fun Golden Gate project for kids and adults!
Although I include recipe instructions at the end of this post, it’s better to watch the below video first, because I walk you through each step of assembling this fun watermelon Golden Gate Bridge.
WATCH MY RECIPE VIDEO BELOW to see how to make a fruit tray of the Golden Gate Bridge.
I’m building an edible version of the Golden Gate Bridge because I had so much fun touring around the real bridge with my friend, Jefferson Graham. Make sure to check out Jeff’s website and his amazing YouTube channel, Jefferson Graham Photowalks. Also, watch his video of us looking for the best locations to photograph the bridge.