When thinking about innovative, fun, and unforgettable wedding favors, a great way to sweeten up your special day is with a wedding candy buffet. A candy buffet presents your wedding guests with an assortment of delectable treats to choose from. All they have to do is pick out the ones they like, and stuff them into provided candy containers. Now, you have a wedding giveaway that is memorable, original, and one that truly caters to your guests’ tastes.
When setting up a candy buffet, you can either stick to your wedding color schemes, or use a different one altogether. There really is no limit to what you can do. First off, set up a table with nice containers that can display your candies. You may also decorate the candy buffet with flowers, ribbons, and candles.
Be creative with your candy selections! Have some lollipops, candy necklaces, gummy bears, and more. You can have as many candy varieties as you like. Also, prepare giveaway bags, small jars, or boxes which your guests can fill up with their candies of choice.
Here is a good tip about chocolate: try to offer chocolate selections that are in shells or wrappers, instead of the truffle types that may tend to soften or melt when left out of the container. Good examples of favorites to add to your wedding candy buffet are Kisses, Hugs, M&Ms, or assorted Hershey’s mini-bars. However, depending on the level of humidity or the temperature at your wedding banquet, chocolate covered raisins or cherries can also work well.
Remember, the possibilities are endless when it comes to wedding candy buffet ideas. You can always add candy brands that have always been your favorites, as a way of sharing a part of yourself with your guests.
For sure, they will remember your colorful wedding as well as cherish and enjoy their sweet giveaways!
Candy is an excellent way to say thank you to your guests, and kids love it too. Visit my site Candy Wedding Favors for unique wedding candy ideas. Also, if you are looking for a little sparkle you may want to consider silver jordan almonds, they are considered to be a time honored wedding tradition and will add a touch of elegance to your event.
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