diy projects, halloween, holidays, party decor

Haunted Halloween Dessert Table

A haunted but very (very) sweet Halloween dessert table ideal for a 10-15 person party. This was my dessert table setup last year. For the table itself I used brown fishing net over old maroon-colored fabric. I incorporated rope, lace, pearl strands, roses and candles to create a ghostly romantic ambiance.

See below for tips and tutorial links for the items on the table.

1: Found this scary-looking skull at a dollar store, as well as the fake spider webs on the window. Dollar stores seem to always offer very cheap add-ons for decor.  As long as items are used sparingly, I’m a big fan of dollar store finds!

2: Spiderweb Halloween cake

3: Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

4: Caramel Apples

5: Spooky Drip Candles

6: Misc Candy and Cake Balls: Reese’s Pieces and licorice are two of my favorite Halloween go-to’s for the candy dishes. Chocolate covered cake balls are super rich and in my opinion, much more delicious than cake pops. Those have always been a big hit of any of my dessert tables.

  1. bakedmoviereviews

    October 19, 2012 at 10:43 am

    That looks amazing. I want you to cater my Halloween parties from now on!

  2. lvbaby

    October 19, 2012 at 11:24 am

    Love the cake & the whole look!

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