Post # 1
My Fiance and I are thinking of having a candy buffet. I kind of jumped the gun a bit on my centerpieces and bought 25 small round glass vases and ended up changing my mind and buying something else. So now I have these 25 vases and though maybe I could use them in a candy buffet. But they’re all the same size, and all the pics I’ve seen of candy buffets have different sized vases. Would it look tacky if I had them all the same size, and maybe just used something to make some of them higher? Does all the candy need to match the colors of the wedding?
Post # 3
No, it is not tacky to have the same size vases. I say use them. Just elevate some if you wish. As for having the candy be the same colors as the wedding, you can make them any color you wish. I am not doing candies of the wedding colors. We are choosing candies and snacks that we loved growing up (Peppermint patties, twizzlers, goldfish, M&M’s etc.)
Post # 4
I love the idea of elevating them to make some higher than others. This might sound boring, but I also like the idea of placing them in elevated rows, so they look like an actual candy store! Do the candy buffet! They’re my favorite ever!
Post # 5
Thanks guys!! I like the idea of placing them in elevated rows!
Post # 6
- Wedding: January 2010 - Mr. P's GrandparentsÃ¢Â€Â™ Ranch
I think you could totally pull that off with same size bases. 🙂
Post # 7
I love the idea of elevated candy dishes-I like to picture them sporadically arranged but you can do in perfect rows if you like… also, not sure if you like this, but it’s an idea I have for my big day…to elevate different candy dishes by placing them on top of romantic old novels-the kind with the hardcover binding that are in jewel tones… the books can be stacked in 2s, 3s, 4s… just a couple of the dishes would be elevated like this…I love the idea to break up the consistency and add a personal touch.