(Closed) Candy Bar

posted 6 years ago in Favors
Post # 3
291 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@ChelleBell1:  What are your wedding colors? That might help limit / narrow it down a bit. I think Jordan almonds, jellybeans, old fashioned candy sticks and rock candy are easy to come by in almost every color. Foil wrapped chocolates could work too.

I don’t have any experience creating a candy bar (I might do one at my reception), but these are the types of candy I often see in pictures.

Post # 5
1830 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: January 2013

@ChelleBell1:  Please consider that people like popular candy, if you put some no name cholates wrapped in foil out just because they match your colors it will go to waste.

I have been to weddings were they bought the stuff based on the fact that it came in their colors, like jordan almonds, rock candy, etc and the buffet was a total fail, no one wanted that candy.

The ones that had hershey kisses, chocolate covered pretzels, peanut chews, ring pops, candy converstion hearts, kit kats, swedish fish, M&M’s etc, people were all over that, and went up for seconds as they ate the candy they took throughout the remainder of the reception.

Just something to consider, since candy bars can be pricey, if you spend the money, you want your guest to acutally take candy home.

Post # 7
10 posts
  • Wedding: December 2012

I just got married in December and we did a purple silver, and white candy bar. We blinged everything out as well! People weren’t too picky at ours because we got married in France – so most people had never tasted American candy before. I gave some tips on my blog for how we did it. Hope it helps! And if you have any questions, I can tell you what we did. 

mariage wedding bastille Copyright Gill Maheu Photography

Post # 8
2 posts
  • Wedding: November 2013

I totally agree that you don’t want to spend a fortune on noname candy just because of the colors. However with ‘eggplant’ and silver it may be somewhat difficult to find candy to match those colors. The only silver candy I know of would be Hershey Kisses, I’m sure there are other silver foil wrapped candy out there but they may be no-name.

Definently checkout candywarehuse. My sister did a candy buffet for her wedding and got all her candy from http://www.temptationcandy.com because they were way cheaper, they don’t have quite as large as selction but they do offer flat rate shipping. Good luck!

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