Rustic Woodland Christmas Treats Table

Okay, you can’t have a Christmas entertaining series without some delicious homemade treats can you?! Of course not – that’s why I put together a Rustic Woodland Sweets Table to coordinate with our rustic tablescape. I filled it with some of my favorite holiday candies & desserts, and am sharing the recipes so you can make them too. But first, here are the details of the table…

  • I was thrilled to find a flannel fabric that was almost exactly like the red & black plaid stockings hanging by the fireplace. By connecting this fabric element, the moss runner, and the printed papers, the two different areas coordinate creating a complete party experience, visually. Then covering the table with “rustic” homemade sweets reinforces the concept.
  • Printable party tags from Bird’s Party are used to label items and can be seen again in the dining area as place cards.
  • A simple swag of jute twine hanging as a backdrop is a great way to display Christmas cards.
  • Candy cane sticks are a cute addition to red velvet cupcakes as they have a “Merry Chritstmas” flag attached.
  • I found some adorable sled cupcake holders at Hobby Lobby and they are a great addition to the table display.

  • The treat table is filled with some store-bought items like candied popcorn mix, chocolate dipped nuts & berries, ingredients for s’mores, and red velvet cupcakes.
  • To add a homemade touch I included some of my favorite treats: Graham Cracker Toffee, Ritz Cracker Candy, and Brownie Button Surprise bites. These recipes can all be found by following the link.
  • Eggnog Punch is served up in tall glasses and topped with whipped cream and nutmeg {follow the link for the recipe}.

This table was easy to put together and your guests would love all the goodies. You could even have containers & recipe cards handy to give guests as they leave.

Happy Holidays!

 

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About Chris

Chris Nease is a party stylist and home entertaining expert with over 15 years of experience. In addition to her work as founding editor of Celebrations At Home, Chris is an editorial stylist and contributor to Homes.com, Marie Callender's, and SheKnows. Most recently her work has been published in Woman's World, Yum Food & Fun for Kids, and Cottages & Bungalows.

Comments

  1. Mmmm!!! I’m hungry now :)
    Everything is displayed so nicely and looks so yummy!!!!

  2. This post alone is a dream for me! I have a months worth of entertaining all right here! And it’s BEAUTIFUL! I totally love your blog!! LOTS!!! Thanks for linking up at Overflowing with Creativity! XO!

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