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.
You may have seen the latest “The Look for Less” from Tonya Coleman from Soiree Event Design come out last week on Hostess with the Mostess featuring candy exclusively from our store (and if you didn’t, click here to read the full post). This beach bridal all white candy buffet turned out absolutely amazing and Tonya did a FABULOUS job styling this display. And you probably want to know “How’d she.
Friends, we are so very excited to share with you another great post featuring candy from our store from our friend Tonya at Soiree Event Design that has been posted on Hostess with the Mostess! This one is a “The Look for Less” post where Tonya spills her secrets for how to put together a fabulous beach bridal candy buffet table AND the cost differences between doing a candy buffet.
A goody bag or gift bag has become an essential part of any kid’s birthday party. Gone are the days where a plastic sandwich baggie is acceptable. These days your goody bag better rival the swag bags from the Oscars or fuggettaboutit. No one will come back next year. Oscar Swag Bag 2014, worth approx. $85,000. AKA: What kids expect in the goody bag at your daughter’s 10th birthday.
We are exactly 2 weeks away from the start of the world cup. You now need to kick it into high gear to get ready for your soccer themed party. This means you’re closing in on the time when you need to place your order for candy for your candy buffet. We’ve taken the liberty of providing you with team-specific candy buffet ideas over the past few weeks (here, here.
Are you as excited about upcoming World Cup as we are? Do you even know who the USA is playing and when? Let us help you out – That’s right, the USA is in what’s known as the “Group of Death.” The Group of Death, if you’re not familiar with the term, is used in multi-stage tournaments when there happens to be one group that is unusually competitive, and has.
Sorry to have skipped a week of our World Cup Soccer Party Prepping. I must have blacked out last Thursday. Actually, I had a book club meeting. And you know what book club means, right? So there you have it. But this week, I’m making good on my promise and bringing you three great candy buffet ideas to coordinate with the flags from your favorite countries. Two weeks ago, we.
I know, I know. Easter is over. So why am I pushing Peeps? Because Peeps are NOT just for Easter and Christmas, silly! They are a year-round treat and there are SO MANY things you can do with them. We’re here to tell you some of those great ideas today! So let’s get started… Look at these adorable Peep Skewers or Peep Kabobs. This is NOT and Easter thing. It’s.