A Spooky Halloween Dessert Buffet

The treats keep on coming today with this festive Halloween dessert table designed by Shauna Younge Dessert Tables and featuring appropriately spooky paper goods from the talented Bethany Hway of b*spoke. These inspiring Halloween ideas are perfect for a kid’s party or a festive celebration for the young at heart. For complete DIY details on this amazing dessert table (created using ingredients, supplies, dishware, and desserts from Target) and to download these great Halloween freebies, visit Shauna’s blog, Sweet Tooth and Twig & Thistle.











{Photos by Emily Steffen via Twig & Thistle.}



this is way too cute!
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I. Love. This.
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spooky cute. i’m lovin it.
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