Wintertime: Whether or not the snow is falling, decorations are still starting to appear. Every house on the block seems to have already adorned their lawns and hallways with yet another Santa statue, reindeer light piece, or nativity scene, but why join the masses? This year, make your table displays stand out with sweet candy accoutrements instead! We designed this stylish seasonal candy buffet to kick off the holidays right. Read below to learn how to build one of your very own!
We like to begin by setting the stage with festive items. These Red Candy Dangle Ornaments in swirl, peppermint, and multilevel designs will fill out the vertical space above a buffet with splendor! And why rely upon average old candy bowls when you can use seasonal Snowman Candy Jars (in small and large) instead? Try tucking a few red and green Glitter Sequin Ball Sprays into a vase or laying them across the table to add some sparkly flair to any display.
Of course candy canes are a holiday staple! We really love this ornate gift box, since these handcrafted canes make a great present for loved ones (or yourself!). For the more adventurous candy cane lovers, check out these red and white striped Mini Licorice Sticks… they may look like the real thing, but unlike the original, these guys are chewy and strawberry-flavored! We also adore these Christmas Light Bulb Lollipops, which not only look like adorable, edible versions of your favorite tree decorations — they also glow like them, too!
What is the essence of a true Christmas display? Why red, green, and white candies of course! Tri-colored treats will round out the rest of the buffet nicely, so remember to include some Christmas Chocolate Nonpareils and Metallic Foiled Hard Candies in red and green. Fruity Hard Candy Spheres make for striped Christmas perfection, and a bowl full of Hershey’s Kisses in the hues of the season is a Santa-approved favorite for the holiday! (Speaking of which, always remember to throw in a few Foiled Chocolate Pops and Mini Crisp Kringles in the spitting image of the jolly man himself!)
See our entire list of items below. And for more ideas, check out the rest of our Christmas Selection! Best of luck with your decorations, and have a holly, jolly Christmas!