Post # 1
I bought some awesome glass candy buffet containers at Marshalls and leaf dishes all under 80 dollars. Yay!!!! Now I just need to figure out how I want to set them up and return the overpriced containers at Joanne’s. 🙂 Please help me decide!!! I know that there are a lot of combos and they are very similar, but I appreciate other perspectives!! I don’t want it to look too predictable or boxy. I want it to be attractive without having to be perfectly symmetrical.
Candy Buffet 1:
Candy Buffet 2:
Candy Buffet 3: In this one I alternate the bottom containers to give a bit of contrast
Candy Buffet 4: In this one the top corners and alternate corners have the same container.
Thank you again!!!!!!!!!!!
Post # 4
@rachie576: Thank you! I am super excited to start making the ribbon labels!
Post # 6
Don’t take this personal … but seriously … ANY of those are fine. Honestly, people will not notice, they won’t be concerned and will not tell people ” Lovely wedding, but the candy buffet looked out of place… ”
Save yourself some work and pressure and just put it like the first one.
Personally… with lids on, those will be coming off and on, and likely left off or put on wrong container. I wouldn’t worry about it.
Post # 7
Any of your options look great. Like @Oklahomajewel: don’t waste your time overthinking it! Unless you personally set everything up or take the time to check everything, chances are some small details will be missed/overlooked and guests won’t care either way!
Post # 8
I’m sorry…..I can’t tell the difference. All of it looks fine.
Post # 9
Honestly I can’t really tell the difference..they look good though, don’t worry 🙂
Post # 10
im sorry i couldnt tell the difference. i thought it was a game of spot the difference
Post # 11
I couldn’t really tell a difference either until I REALLY looked. I like #3 with the alternating contrast. It makes it more fun! (: