(Closed) Candy bar

posted 8 years ago in Favors
Post # 4
990 posts
Busy bee

have you tried theknot.com? they have a lot of candy even personalized for a good price

Post # 5
1147 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

I picked up a bunch of cool suckers (blue) from Rite-Aid. We haven’t decided where to buy ours, but I’m assuming that a bunch of it will come from the grocery store because we can buy the bulk stuff from there. We might order some from online too though.

Post # 6
71 posts
Worker bee

We started stalking the supermarkets and Target, etc. for things sold in our colors.  There’s a really pretty Hershey’s kiss (coconut flavor) in a two-toned blue foil, gummy Sharks, a lighter blue Lindt truffle, and several things in green – rock candy sticks, salt water taffy, gummy rings, etc.  If you have until next June, around Easter you’ll find some really pretty jelly beans and foil wrapped things in those colors.  They will keep just fine until the wedding, in a cool storage container.  (Ours did great) 

I think anything white/ivory would look beautiful with sea glass colors as well.  Sounds like a gorgeous color scheme.

Post # 7
76 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

If you type “bulk candy” into Google, a number of great sites come up. I had a candy bar at my first wedding years ago and was able to find everything online for much cheaper than the stores. I had rock candy, jelly beans, old fashioned candy sticks, gummy bears, chocolate covered nuts, salt water taffy, M&Ms, jelly fruit slices, mints, etc.

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