Candy Table Ideas for Halloween

3-tiered stand for a candy Halloween station styled by pottery barn

There are plenty of ideas to make yours from the styled pictures of Pottery Barn. Using small containers inside a tray is an excellent way to serve small candies. By keeping all the containers of the same color and made with the same material, you create a neater look.

I love the popcorn in clear cellophane bag tied with a ribbon. Having fruits in your table had variety. Also make sure to serve a mix of sweets, sour and salty treats.

how to design an halloween candy table by pottery barn

Your station needs to integrate decorative elements with the serving ware. Garden urns and footed plates can be used to elevate not only food but also festive items to create a wonderful scenery. Play with shapes, colors and finishes to direct the eye at strategic places across your table.

Sadly, some of the items, like the galvanized tiered stand, are already out of stock for Halloween. It is time to think about what you need right now.

+ Rattan Pumpkins $19-$29 USD
+ Spider Tealight Holders $18 for set of 2
+ Skull Cocktail Collection $19-$24
+ Crow Candle $10 USD

  • Crystal @ Plush Palate
    September 29, 2009 at 20:16

    So excited to start start fall decorating!

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    September 30, 2009 at 03:46

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    September 30, 2009 at 05:24

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  • Ida
    September 30, 2009 at 16:59

    Love your halloween table decorations! Great suggestions for making one at my home. Thanks!