Post # 1
Since we are on the subject of chocolate fountains, I was wondering if a small cotton candy machine is going way too overboard. It is actually pretty affordable, compared to the fountains, and I may even just be able to pre-make mini ones and only have them in the children’s section. I ask because I LOVE cotton candy and my colors are blush pink, spring green and gold, so it fits! but it is too carnival-y, and not wedding-y?
Post # 3
I want to have a cotton candy machine. I love cotton candy as well and think it would be really cute. They are super cheap to rent (like under $50).
Post # 4
I would LOVE to have gotten cotton candy at a wedding. Yummm!
Post # 5
I love cotton candy too– great idea!
Post # 6
Oooohhhh! Go for it! I would totally love to get cotton candy at a wedding.
Post # 7
Go for it! I’m going to have cotton candy AND a chocolate fountain at the reception (and we’re not really having any kids). Anyone who knows me knows what a huge sweet tooth I have.
Post # 8
Oh, wow, how fun! Definitely not too carnival!!
Post # 9
they fancy cotton candy up for restaurants so why not a wedding? it’d be fun!
Post # 10
At a very fancy restaurant in Coeur d’Alene, I had a birthday cake in a cotton candy bowl. The candle made the cotton candy glow. I think that cotton candy is always appropriate. And you hardly ever get it! People will have a lot of fun with it.
Post # 11
We’ve already rented our cotton candy machine. We are making cotton candy trees to go on and around our candy buffet. It’s going to be kick-ass. And nothing is really wedding-y anymore – it’s YOUR wedding, so if you have it at your wedding, it is weding-y.