I’m so sad that this is the last day of Candy Corn week here on our blog. Have you enjoyed it? Did you have fun? Have you ordered your candy corn yet? To wrap up the week, we’re going to share with you some of our favorite, easy DIY projects that involve candy corn. Even if you hate the taste of candy corn, you can’t deny that they are beautiful.
Next week is Candy Corn week on our blog! Bookmark this site and come back every day next week for great ideas for using candy corn this fall! We’ll share with your: Candy Corn Recipes Decorating with Candy Corn Candy Corn Nutrition History of Candy Corn Candy Corn Party Ideas Candy Corn Costumes And much much more!
Now that you’ve read yesterday’s post detailing our favorite Pins for adding some great personal touches to your fall / autumn wedding. And today we’re going to share with you the list of the BEST candy to include in your fall wedding candy buffet. We’ve selected from our inventory a group of bulk candy (you get at wholesale prices AND free shipping if your order is more than $65) the.
It’s that time of year again, when the air turns crisp and the leaves start to change and scarves and sweaters make their first appearance. And fall brides start to panic a little because their wedding is right around the corner and they haven’t finalized all the details yet! Just kidding. We know brides these days have their act together and have been planning up a storm all summer long.
Now that it’s September, I can officially start talking about Halloween and it’s not considered too early. But some of you are not ready to give up on summer since Labor Day was only yesterday, so I’ll ease you into this Halloween business. Let’s start with a DIY on how to create a SUPER easy bat garland for your front door or house. This really couldn’t be simpler. Spoonful.com has.
Word puns are so much fun. Especially when they involve candy, which is why I LOVE these purple tags from Bombshell Bling. They say “This Year is Going to be Grape!” and you attach it to some kind of grape flavored candy to pass out to classmates and teachers. Adorable! These are FREE on Bombshell Bling, by the way. That means you don’t have to pay anything for them in.
Have you ever seen one of those cool Tassel Garlands at an event and wondered if you could do it yourself? The answer is, of course you can! These are surprisingly simple to make and can add a really festive, fun and colorful element to your party decor. Here are some of our favorite examples of these. I love how you can use them to accent a dessert table or.
Parties and events with an “ombre” theme are a pretty new trend in the event industry. And it’s no wonder that this theme is taking the industry by storm – it is fabulous and can be done in so many different ways! If you’re not familiar with the term “ombre”, here is what it means – it is a French fashion term for “shading” or the graduation of a color.
We recently were asked by our friend Sue at Sweeterville.com to share with her our secrets to creating a stunning candy buffet. And we happily obliged to spill all of our secrets to help readers everywhere be able to make a professional looking, expertly crafted candy buffet. In the article, we not only share tips on selecting a color palette, setting up your display and how much candy to buy,.
Boy do we have a treat for you today! We want to make planning a candy buffet as simple and easy as possible. One of the biggest challenges that a lot of people face is not knowing what kind of candy to use together to make an outstanding display. Our good friend Tonya Coleman from Soiree Event Design recently used candy from our store to do a beach bridal candy.