Saturday, November 3, 2012

Candy in Weddings

Candy in Weddings - Groom and Bride Holding Candy
Photo by Simply Sweet Photography By Nomo Akisawa via Storyboard Wedding

Why not have a candy inspired wedding? It can work for any season or occasion and it will appeal to the sweet tooth in all of us. Candy comes in many shapes, colors, flavors and sizes which makes it easy to match it with any theme. They are very versatile that your can have candy as a wedding favor, cake decoration, centerpieces and of course a dessert. Another plus is that it is relatively cheap to decorate with and won't break your budget. Here are some ideas for creating a sweet candy wedding theme.


Candy in Weddings - Candy Buffet Dessert Table
Photo via Amy Atlas

Candy Buffet Bar
A candy inspired wedding would be complete without a sweet bar. Fill large glass containers of varying shapes and sizes with a selection of sweets in complimentary colors to create an eye-catching display. You can also provide paper favor bags imprinted with your names for guests to fill.

Candy in Weddings - Candy Buffet Dessert Table
Photo by Kelly Chau

Candy in Weddings - Candy Buffet Dessert Table
Photography by White Sparks Photography via Amy Atlas

Candy in Weddings - Candy Buffet Dessert Table Paper Bags
Photo via Etsy

Centerpieces
Fill a larger vase with inexpensive candy such as conversation hearts or colored marshmallows and inset a smaller vase inside with candy colored flowers. You can also create mini candy topiaries by wrapping the stems in white satin to resemble a lollipop stick, attaching candy to the branches and covering the soil with candy stones like jelly beans.

Candy in Weddings - Candy Table Centerpiece
Photo by Robbie Caponetto via My Home Ideas

Candy in Weddings - Candy Table Centerpiece
Photo via Your Decorating Hotline

Unique Wedding Favors from Beau-coup.com

Table Numbers

Candy in Weddings - Candy Table Numbers
Photo via Michaels

Candy in Weddings - Candy Table Numbers
Photo via Pinterest

Table Decorations
Use candy bracelets or necklaces to wrap around linens for napkin rings. You can have mini candy (or cupcake) as place card holders or escort cards.

Candy in Weddings - Candy Table Napkin Holder
Photo by Katelyn James Photography via Celebrations At Home

Candy in Weddings - Candy Table Escort Card Holder
Photo via Style Me Pretty

Cake
Have a cupcake tower or your wedding cake designed like your favorite candy, or accented with candies.

Candy in Weddings - Rainbow Candy Wedding Cake
Photo via Tumblr

Drinks
Create a signature candy inspired drink or a gourmet jello shot such as cotton candy martini's and you can even put in rock candy with the cocktail.

Candy in Weddings - Rock Candy Drink Stirrers
Photo by Shelley Coar via Amy Atlas

Candy in Weddings - Blow Pop Martini Jelly Shot
Photo via Jelly Shot Test Kitchen

Wedding Favors
Candy, candy and more candy! Finish off your wedding celebration with a sweet edible favor. You can have them wrapped with clear plastic or be served openly to your guests.  A tag can be placed on it with your wedding date and names.

Candy in Weddings - Wedding Candy Favors
Photo by Jackie Wonders via Style Me Pretty

Candy in Weddings - Wedding Candy Favors
Photo by Amy Stone Photography via Wedding Chicks

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