Post # 1
So I am having a vintage-themed wedding. I was a little intrigued by the personalized candy bars available for weddings but at the same time feel they lack a bit of character and are not to mention UBER expensive.
In any case, I was inspired by this http://www.intimateweddings.com/blog/make-wedding-candy-bar-wrappers-from-comic-books/ and decided to make my own creations!
So here are my vintage candy bars. I used Aero bars, and then found a whole bunch of old school comic books (one great one was the “Young in Love” comic series that I found!)….The total cost for about 80-90 bars was probably something like 100$ or so total….and it only took maybe 2-3 hours. Fiance had lots of fun helping me put these together haha.
Post # 3
Awesome. Those look super great!
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2010 - Anela Garden Chapel & Japanese Cultural Center, Honolulu
ohh, they look really great! i love the little buttons on them
Post # 8
So cute and crafty! I’m not familliar with that candy though, what it is?
Post # 9
Aerobars….its chocolate with air bubbles in it…..I’m from canada do you not have it in the states?? I think Mirage is its equivalent….caramilk and aero bars are the only ones I could find with the foil wrapper.
Post # 10
Those sound really cool and yum! No there’s nothing like that in the states unfortunatly. (That I know of.) But I can’t WAIT to go back to Switzerland, I miss Kinder stuff! Do you have Kinder in Canada?
Post # 11
Oh, I love Aerobars. I don’t think we have anything like that in the states. The first time I experienced it was in England. I LOVE your candy bars. They look awesome!
Post # 12
Ohh I love yours! I’d hate to eat it.
Post # 13
- Wedding: September 2010 - MacLean Park
Adorable! Love the graphics you chose
Post # 14
Wow, I love these! You did a great job! I just can’t get over how cute they are!