How to Create an Easter Candy Bar

Easter is quickly approaching and I look forward to enjoying the festive season and all the special treats that come along with it. Whether you’re celebrating with family, friends, or just enjoying some alone time – it is always fun to create a festive atmosphere. From the traditional Easter egg hunts to all the delicious food, it’s a wonderful time of the year.

To kick off this wonderful time of year, I decided to create a Easter Candy Bar for my kiddos. Keep scrolling to learn more.

Creating an Easter candy bar is a fun way to celebrate the holiday! Here are a few tips to help you create the perfect Easter Candy Bar:

  1. Choose your colors. I suggest using a variety of colors. Consider using spring colors like pink, yellow, blue, and green to create a festive atmosphere.
  2. Select a range of different types of candy. You can include both chocolate and non-chocolate options, such as gummy bears, jelly beans, and lollipops.
  3. Get creative with your presentation. You can arrange the candy in glass jars, colorful bowls, or even create a candy buffet. I chose to create a small buffet of candy options.
  4. Add a few creative decorations to the candy bar. Think about adding some Easter-themed items, like a bunny or a basket of eggs. I used a wooden charcuterie board shaped like a bunny and an Easter egg wreath.
  5. You can also provide scoops and bags. This way, children and guests can easily grab their favorite treats and take them on-the-go.

I hope these tips help you create the perfect Easter Candy Bar! Enjoy!

All of the items I used to create my Easter Candy Bar were found at Target. I have linked everything HERE. I was unable to find some items online but found them in the store as part of the Dollar Spot display.

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