Tablescapes: Sweet Candy Display

 

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It goes without saying that I’ll be dressing Brooks up in something absolutely adorable this year, but I’ve also been spreading the Halloween spirit with some good old-fashioned treats! I keep these vintage candy jars on display year-round (and you better believe that kids make a B-line for them whenever they visit the house), but they’re especially fitting this time of year. So if you’re looking for a stylish way to display your Halloween sweets, say so long to drawers full of plastic bags and Tupperware, and hello chic vintage candy jars!

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Here are a few more ideas I adore…

Mason Jars. Mason jars give a vintage feel without looking overdone. I like the idea of filling each jar with a single color of candy.

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Milk Glass. Especially when numerous dishes are displayed together, milk glass looks so feminine and sophisticated. If I can track down enough pieces, I’d love to create a display of all milk glass dishes filled with all different sorts of candy!

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Apothecary Jars. Just plop the packaged goodies in some tasteful apothecary jars, mix in a few seasonal flower arrangements, and you’re all set!

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What’s your favorite way to display your Halloween candy?

I’d love to hear about it!

Love, Molly

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