Winter Wonderland Dessert Table

This winter wonderland dessert table has a monochromatic palette of silver and white. You’ll feel like you entered an icy haven and it coordinates perfectly with this winter wonderland holiday party table.

winter wonderland dessert table

Today’s Winter Wonderland dessert table couldn’t come at a better time as I’m looking out my window at another 6 inches of freshly fallen snow. This pretty dessert table was created by Ashley of Undercover Hostess and incorporates silver and white with a touch of teal.

The sequined tablecloth sets the stage for this sparkling focal point, and the desserts are kept minimal but impactful. With a doughnut hole centerpiece, decorated cake pops, and snowflake-topped cupcakes, what more could you want? These ideas would work well for an adult party or a child’s “Frozen” themed birthday party don’t you think!

For a different take on this idea check out this pink & blue winter wonderland dessert table.

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Tips to help you get the look for a winter wonderland dessert table

  • Re-purpose Christmas decorations such as glittery cone trees and “iced” branches to create a winter forest effect.
  • A silvery sequined tablecloth base adds a magical “wonderland” feel to the setting as opposed to using a white base {for more of a snowy effect}.
  • Glass jars filled with jingle bells is a whimsical detail.
  • Use snowflake designs in strategic areas. Here they’re found in a small banner, the backdrop, and embellishments to the sweets.
  • A subtle complementary color is brought in through teal and white striped plates and napkins.

Thanks for the lovely inspiration, Ashley!

Design, Paper goods, Linens, Printables – Undercover Hostess  | Photography – Grant Dotson Photography | Desserts – The Chocolate Box Chattanooga

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