How To Decorate A Party Sweets Table

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Every party or Purim Seudah needs a dessert table. The best way to decorate for your party is to invest in the sweets. Now you can create a designer worthy display with these simple tips and tricks.

The first step in any party plan is to come up with a theme. Both a concept and a color or colors to enhance the table.

This party shows a twist on traditional Purim masks and groggers. Set a table with bright contrasting colors, like this blue and white chevron cloth paired with the yellow runner for a pop of color.

mask cake for sweets table

Use a customized, matching cake as the focal point of your table.

mini mask cupcakes

Get matching miniature cupcakes.

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Lucite trays work to modernize the table and add height. Display color coordinated Rice Krispy Treat Pops.

cake pops

What's a party these days without cake pops.

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Place color coordinated MIKE AND IKE® candies in mini treat cups with customized printed themed cookie pops.

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More MIKE AND IKE® candies can be placed in plastic 2 section shot cups, those plus extra
MIKE AND IKE® packages can be used as party favors for adults and kids.

peanut chews

GOLDENBERG'S® PEANUT CHEWS® fill out the table placed in vertical lucite caddies, easily accessible and visually coordinated.

vase

Get extra decorations like these blue and green vases at your local dollar store. Use a hot glue gun to add MIKE AND IKE® candies to white branches to complete the table.

**Giveaway** Now’s your chance to create your own dessert table with a little help from MIKE AND IKE®, win a $50 gift card to use on their online candy store.



Thank you to everyone that helped make this beautiful table.
Table design by Chava Chase from Pret_A_Partee
Photos by Esti Photography
Lucite containers from HouseofLucites
Tablecloth rental from B & B Party Goods in Lakewood, NJ
Customized mini cake from Cup of Cake
Graphic cookie pops from PickACookie

This post was sponsored by MIKE AND IKE® as part of ongoing partnership.