Last week we offered some tips on what candy would make an excellent Baby Boy Shower Candy Buffet, featuring yummy candies in blue hues, and since that color scheme is only good for about 50% of baby showers, we want to offer some tips for Baby Girl Shower Candy Buffets! Stay tuned for next week and we’ll give some great tips for those showers where the baby’s gender is a.
It’s chocolate. It’s peppermint. It’s delicious! Thanks to Seinfeld, Junior Mints will forever go down in pop culture history as the delicious chocolate, peppermint candies loved by Kramer and accidentally dropped into someone’s abdominal cavity during surgery. But Junior Mints were around long before Seinfeld solidified their place in candy aisles for years to come. Here’s a brief history of Junior Mints: The name of the product is a pun.
Wow – hard to believe that the 4th of July is less than a month away! I’m so excited for it because this year the 4th is on a Monday, meaning long weekend! Party-throwers should begin your planning now so that you’re not fighting with all the other last minute shoppers for your 4th of July party supplies. As usual, we have some fabulous ideas for what candy would make.
Our friends at Hostess With The Mostess put up a blog post recently with the most magnificently designed candy buffet inspired by Winnie the Pooh. We love every thing about this buffet, down to the tiniest detail. Well done Hostess With the Mostess – this is simply beautiful! Here is an excerpt from their blog post about the inspiration: We were contacted two weeks prior to this 1st birthday party.
Candy and dessert buffets are all the rage these days, especially at bridal and baby showers. A few days ago we gave you tips on how to create an excellent Black and White themed candy buffet, and today we’re going to share with you the best candy to use for a Baby Boy “Blue and White” themed shower. It is so much fun to put together candy buffets for events..
Gimme a break! Gimme a break! Break me off a piece of that … Kit Kat Bar! Now, like me, you will have that catchy jingle stuck in your head for the rest of the day. So, while you’re thinking and dreaming about Kit Kat Bars, we’d like to share some amazing tasty treats that you can make this summer featuring the one and only Kit Kat Bar. With the.
We are asked all the time for help planning a candy buffet for a wedding, shower, birthday party or corporate event. One of the most common candy buffet themes is to use all black and white candy, with maybe one other pop of color in there to add a little splash. By using glass apothecary jars of varying sizes to display the candy, these buffets can be among the most.
This product is one of my favorite goodies for the summer, so we just had to highlight it. It’s perfect for a special treat for your kids, for birthday party goody bags and to help decorate your beach-themed event. Here’s what’s included in every bucket : Beach Bucket Toys N’ Treats from Foreign Candy Company have everything for a perfect day at the beach – four mini swirl lollipops, four.
Memorial Day Weekend is coming up in just a few short days, so we thought we’d give you some excellent candy-infused cocktails to serve at your upcoming parties. The great thing about these cocktails is that you can also add a splash of color to your drink table by including bowls full of the featured candy as extra snacks for guests to nibble on! Jelly Bean Martini (recipe from www.mymansbelly.com).
We are asked all the time to help select candy that is not only delicious, but that also adds the most pizzazz to an event’s decor. So we thought we’d take five of our favorite recommendations and compile them in a blog post. 5. Although Licorice isn’t everyone’s favorite candy, it sure can add a lot of color and punch to your event buffet table. The sharp reds and blacks.