A Little of This & That… Renovating, Decorating, DIY Projects & Family
A Little of This & That… Renovating, Decorating, DIY Projects & Family

There are so many creative {and beautiful} holiday ideas out there that I thought I’d share a quick round-up of a few of my favorite dessert tables.

These buffet-style spreads are full of great DIY projects - from adorable crafts to favors for friends to yummy recipes – that even if you don’t have time to tackle an entire table at your holiday party there’s sure to be an “ah-ha” idea that you’ll love in there somewhere.

For all of the juicy details and plenty of pictures, just click on the link with the theme name to jump out to the original full post.

Holiday, Christmas, Tablescape, Dessert Bar Buffet, Red, White Stripe, Candy Dessert, Cake, Gingerbread Men

I love the idea of using a striped fabric or wrapping paper as a backdrop to a delicious spread – and how wonderful are all of the gingerbread details in this “Christmas Candyland” theme design by Bird Crafts and featured over at Hostess with the Mostess?

Below, TomKat Studios shares a whimsical “Let it Snow” dessert table with splashes of bright pink:

Holiday, Christmas, Tablescape, Dessert Bar Buffet, Red, White Stripe, Candy Dessert, Cake, Gingerbread Men, Teal, Powder Blue, Light Blue

Check out the adorable sugar-covered marshmallow men (in the form of skewered pops) on this Christmas Snowman table by Shindig Parties to Go:

Christmas Dessert Buffets, Bars, Snowmen, Snowman, Marshmallow, Green, White, Snowy, Snow, Holiday, Red, Decor, Inspiration, Modern, Decoration

Holiday, Christmas, Tablescape, Dessert Bar Buffet, Red, White Stripe, Candy Dessert, Cake, Gingerbread Men, Aqua, Red, Pink

Above, WH Hostess (of The Party Dress) shares a “Sweet Treats” aqua and red theme with beautiful feather and tissue paper details.

Below, a “Pink Nutcracker Suite” buffet shared on HWTM by Kate Landers Events makes for a great little girl’s birthday party or even a grown-up girl’s spread before a night out on the town to see the ballet or catch a chick flick!

Holiday, Christmas, Tablescape, Dessert Bar Buffet, Red, White Stripe, Candy Dessert, Cake, Gingerbread Men, Nutcracker, Pink

And that’s the round-up!

Christmas decor is going up in a flurry over here at the Spenla house – I keep wondering what will happen if babe decides to come early (he/she is technically full term now at 37 weeks!) with me amidst rolls of garland, flashing Christmas lights and tiny ornaments as I get the house holiday ready! I don’t think I’d like to come back from the hospital in the chaos that is our living room now…

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7 comments on “{Deliciously Decorated} Holiday Dessert Tables

  • Sue H @ Astrachic Studio

    Hi Morgan,
    How pretty are those sweet party
    set ups?!!!
    I love them. The Birdhouse, the
    snowball curtain and the snowmen.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog.
    I am sending you lots of love
    and best wishes for your new
    babies arrival. How exciting!
    Busy time for you!
    Love Sue xOxOxO

    Reply
  • Morgan Post author

    I agree – the dessert tables bring me back to grade school with those bright colors and brilliant patterns! Actually this is baby #1 for us and we’re so excited!

    ~Morgan

    Reply
  • Luciane at HomeBunch.com

    Hi, I didn’t know you’re pregnant! I read on “about me” that’s your second child, right? And you’re already at 37 weeks?! Congratulations! I have two children also and yes, sometimes it’s busy, but being a mother is my biggest blessing in this life. I really wish you all the best! I love children and newborns are so precious.

    Now, about this post… you look at it and feel like you’re a kid again… I wish I had parties like that! :-)
    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

    Reply

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