18 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with Jelly Beans Slideshow
While flower arrangements already bring color to a tablescape, adding jelly beans into the vase for a punchy pop as A Little Bite of Life did can only help.
A Little Bite of Life
Easy, affordable, and totally DIY, this project has you add jelly beans to any vase and stick a votive candle in the center to create a spring tablescape.
Welcome your visitors with this festive and seasonal hanging monogram. Place it on your door to assure guests of where the party is.
Fill a spring-themed cookie cutter with an arrangement of the same shade atop a place setting and your visitors will appreciate the festive surprise.
Flower power is all the rage at From Passion to Purpose. Create different buds atop cupcakes for a festive kick to your dessert selection.
From Passion to Purpose
As you know, we’re huge fans of dessert bars. Fill different-sized glasses with a variety of jelly beans on your table to display treats like cake pops, rock candy, lollipops, and other sweets with a burst of bright color.
Who would have thought the sweet bites would make for a great ice cream mix-in? Try your hand at this no-churn, no-machine recipe from Kavey Eats.
Modeled after jelly beans, these bite-sized cookies from Last Course Bakery still pack the same pizzazz as the real stuff.
Last Course Bakery
This centerpiece from Lookie What I Did is perfect for a large, oblong dining room table. Fill a slim dish with jelly beans and decorated Easter eggs for a welcoming centerpiece.
Lookie What I Did
These bracelets from Posed Perfection are ideal as a kids crafting activity during a party; send your guests home with these as a favor.
The combination of Rice Krispies and jelly beans creates a two-in-one Easter treat. Try this recipe from Simply Designing with your kids.
These beehive cupcakes from Sleepless in Sandy are so clever. Create little bees from a lemon jelly bean, slivered almonds, and some black frosting for a perfect sugar bee.
Sleepless in Sandy
Jelly Bean Cocktail
Infuse the sweet stuff into your signature party cocktail like The Kitchn did, or crush them up and line the rim of the glass for a bit of decorative flair.
For a super simple add-on to any colorful party theme, fill mason jars with number candles and jelly beans so guests can spot their tables easily.
Val So Cal takes pastel to another level, creating a jelly bean bark that makes for a great homemade hostess gift when attending a spring party as a guest.
Val So Cal