Halloween is all about the treats! If you’re hosting a Halloween party this year, here are some spooky fun ways to dress up your dessert table for any age group. These cute displays can be used for a lot of themes or adjusted how you’d like!
Simple Sweets Display
This simple but cute display would be great for a small party! It features a halloween cupcake and macaroon display, festive drinks, and witch’s broom treat bags for your guests to grab on their way out. (You can see how to make these and other items in our Halloween arts and crafts article)
Halloween Candy Bar
Looking for an easy, and sweet display to put together for your party? Try this cute Halloween candy bar from Best Day Of The Week. It’s an attractive display, and it comes with an accompanying drink display for the grownups!
Looking for a cute display for a kid’s party? This festive theme is colorful and fun. See more photos at Catch My party!
Spooky Candle Display
This easy to put together display uses candles and black holders – Halloween staples! If you don’t have these things, it’s easy to buy some cheap candle sticks from Goodwill and spray paint them. The treat bag labels are printed and re-packed for the party theme. Click here to see more photos and get details on this cute table display.
A Classier Halloween Dessert Table
Looking for a Halloween dessert table that’s a bit more classy? These beautiful display by Kara’s Party Ideas may hit the mark! Make sure you go to her blog and check out the rest of the pictures, because she’s got some fantastic Halloween dinner table designs you’ll like too.
Hanging Donut Display
Technically, this display was made for baby shower, but there’s no reason it can’t be used for Halloween. In fact, it’d be great if you’re looking for a vintage party vibe, and I just love the hanging donuts display!
Spooky Bats Display
This simple and cute spooky bat display is great for a small gathering! It even includes some healthier treats for guests who don’t want to have too much candy. You can easily add healthy foods to your displays to give your guests plenty of options.
Creepy Spider Dessert Bar
Looking for a more adult idea for your Halloween party? This spider display features some grown-up beverages and sweets that are geared toward your adult party guests. It’s a simple but great table design which your party guests will love.
Doomsday Table Design
This super cute skull design has a lot to love! Great for a “day of the dead” themed party, or just in general. My favorite is the little sugar crusted chocolate pretzels. You can see more pictures of this display, and even buy the cute coffin plates from Baker’s store!
Vintage Halloween Carnival
Super cute vintage carnival Halloween theme! Features a black and white theme, beautifully decorated donuts, and carnival decorations.
Caramel Apple Bar
This beautiful table features a creepy witch’s cauldron and cookies that look like bug specimens! Guests can also pick their toppings from the mini cauldrons and design their own caramel apples. Click here for the rest of the pictures, this one is really cool!
Dessert Table Skeleton
Want a creepy cool dessert display for a kid’s party? Let the kids dig in and pick their favorite treats from this skeleton – which is stuffed with rice crispies treats, bubble tape gum, gummy worms, and more. See more pictures here.
Autumn Themed Dessert Table
Love fall colors? Then you may love this theme from Frosted Events. Beautiful colors and carefully made bagged treats make this a very pleasing display to look at. If you need more tips for putting your tables together, Frosted Events has some great advice at their blog.
Simple Dessert Table Theme
This simple theme is easy and inexpensive to put together. It will also work with a lot of different party themes, making it a versatile one to use, especially if you’re hosting a party where guests of multiple age groups will attend. Click here to see more pictures.
Jars and Treat Buckets Display
This cute table display uses decorative jars to display your snacks, and under the table (which you can see in the other photos) it uses pumpkin treat buckets to hold beverages for your guests – great idea! The treats themselves are easy, but I wish they said where to get those super cute “no tricks, just treats” plates!
Tanya is a stay at home mom who blogs online to earn a bit of extra income from her hobbies. She also loves working on projects which she can involve her two kids in and teach them the valuable life-skill of sewing.