Hellooooooo CANDY CART! We wanted to create the perfect Halloween candy cart that’s super charming for a Halloween party! Something a little more sophisticated and enjoyable for the “older kids” (aka adults) was our motivation for this! Most of us have a bar cart of some sort, so we used one as the base for our candy cart. For stocking the cart with candy, we turned to our friends at Sugarfina… the luxury candy store that has taken Los Angeles by storm! Literally when I see one, I make a bee-line for it just to get a taste of their very addicting Sugar Lips candies! We did a fun feature with them, you can see it here! They provided us with the best selection of Halloween candy for our cart, from zombie brains to spooky sours, we filled jars and set out cute acrylic boxes for easy candy access! To decorate the cart, I went with non-traditional colors just to switch things up a bit. Easy decor details, like fresh flowers, add charm and mini-skeleton heads and spider webs give this sweet candy cart a tiny bit of spook! For the back, we added a good amount of spider webs and intertwined it with some sticks and greens! Super easy to do, but adds so much to the overall look! Hope you’re inspired to create your own Halloween candy cart this year! Below is a little shopping guide to help!
The Perfect Halloween Candy Cart Shopping Guide
Beakers – Fun to use for candy, vases or even cocktails for Halloween.
Candy – We used a variety of Sugarfina Halloween candy and some of the candy they sell all year long.
Spider webs – We used about 3 bags of white spider webs to create the look we wanted.
Mini-skeleton heads – These are great to fill apothecary jars with.