12 Candyland Christmas Decorations for the Sweetest Holiday Ever
From candy trees to gumdrop ornaments, these Candyland Christmas decorations are so cute they'd even make Princess Lolly jealous
While reader Pen Perez from Berkeley, California, makes this stunning cake for her children’s birthdays, we think it would be a fabulous addition to any Candyland Christmas tablescape. Decked out in festive peppermint, ice cream cones and colorful fruit candies, even jolly old St. Nick will be vying for a slice.
It doesn’t get more festive than this sweet Candyland ornament. Display it on a prominent branch on your Christmas tree or place one at each guest’s place for a fun favor to take home.
Gingerbread Man Centerpiece
For a classic Christmas look, fill bowls or jars with candy for cute gingerbread cutout cookies to dig into. Use them as a centerpiece at Christmas dinner or around the house for extra cheer. But don’t expect them to last long.
Candy Place Setting
If your Christmas style is clean and minimalist, opt for a chic place setting with a candy cane and sprig of mistletoe or a golden jingle bell. This is perfect when hosting a sit-down dinner with any of our top Christmas dinner ideas.
Mason Jar Display
This easy and stylish Christmas decoration can be placed on your mantle or coffee table. Just about anything looks beautiful in a mason jar, so play around with different candies like bright peppermints or homemade cashew brittle.
Channel your inner Willy Wonka with this sweet and vibrant candy-themed tree. Place a small one on your end table or use it as a centerpiece. Want to take it all the way? Look for a larger tree to really wow your guests. Drape it with homemade peppermint lollipops and wait for their reaction.
Delight your Christmas guests of every age with a surprise of color from lollipop decorations. Get crafty and make your own or nab these happy treats from Etsy. Place them around your living room or line your walkway with a hint of sweetness. Festive foodies: don’t miss out on these food-shaped ornaments.
If you’re known for your Christmas baking and homemade candies every year, display your work with this candy centerpiece. Make your own candy charcuterie board with different colors, textures and flavors. Use glass jars or simple white plates to build dimension while letting the candy shine.
Make your guests smile before they even ring the doorbell with a bright and happy candy wreath. Create your own with your favorite Christmas flavors or if you’re short on time, grab this adorable one from Etsy. Complement it with plenty of wreath-shaped recipes at your next holiday gathering.
Pretty Pink Cake Centerpiece
Make your Christmas desserts do double duty by displaying them as decorations before dinner. Go for bright colors and plenty of festive Christmas candy. Display your masterpiece on the dinner table, at the buffet station or any area that is out of reach of hungry little hands.