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Valentine’s Day Candy Buffet Inspiration!

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Photos & Arrangement By Tonya Coleman at Soiree-EventDesign.com

 

Valentine’s Day is only 3 weeks away! We’re happy to bring you some inspiration for any Vday event that you may be planning. Planning an event for Valentine’s Day may get a little tricky seeing as how its a couples holiday, but you can get creative and host a party for your office or maybe even a singles event for your friends. Regardless of what event you choose, one thing is clear, everyone loves candy. So why not create a fabulous Candy Buffet, just add all of your favorite treats and decor to create a vibrant red table setting that will make all of your guests hearts flutter!

A special thanks to Tonya Coleman at Soiree-EventDesign.com for the photos and arrangement.

 

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Top 7 Wedding Favorites

We are excited to announce our Top 7 Customer Favorites Collection! We are certain you will also enjoy some of these items which can be used for your upcoming wedding or special event!

Our top items consist of 2 Piece Favor Boxes, Drinking Mason Jars, Burlap Wrapped Glass Votive Candle Holders, Candy Buffet Jar Set, Vintage Glass Milk Bottles, Washi Tape and Flora Glass Charger Plates!

Top 7 Wedding Favorites!

Wedding Desserts: Your Guide to Candy Buffet Jars & Vases

Finding the perfect vase can be a challenge when you’re not sure what to look for. Weddings can feature all sorts of vases: tower vases, apothecary jars, wood vases, vintage vases. The list goes on and on! The wedding theme and style will determine what type of glass vase you’re looking for. When it comes to the candy buffet and dessert table, one style of vase definitely seems to take the cake: apothecary jars.  These beautiful jars are the easiest way to showcase your favorite candy treats without having to worry about bugs or messes.

{Photo Source: Hostess With The Mostess, Apothecary Jars from Koyal Wholesale, Blue Bouquet, Whimsy Decor, Martha Stewart, Apothecary Jar & Stand, Jessica Claire Photography}

Here are the top five ways to create a stunning candy buffet:

  1. Apothecary Jars: These elegant jars transform any table into a beautiful dessert buffet. You can wrap each jar with ribbon to match your wedding colors. Mix and match different apothecary jars for different heights and widths. You can incorporate jars into your centerpiece display as well!
  2. Bulk Candy: When creating a dessert table or candy buffet, always estimate more candy than you need. Jars filled half way don’t create the desired look you’re going for. Factor in more candy than necessary if you plan to send guests home with edible favors. Don’t forget, buying bulk candy can help you save money with wholesale candy prices!
  3. Glass Vases: Some sweet treats might be better served in an open vase. For instance, individually wrapped chocolates or rock candy can be served in a square glass vase instead of a tall apothecary jar.
  4. Metal Scoops: Be sure to include plenty of scoops and tongs. If anyone has a peanut allergy, mixing scoops could be an accident waiting to happen. Label each container and stock up on tongs for truffles, macaroons and bon bons.
  5. Favor Bags: Edible favors make great wedding favors. You can save money on wedding favors by combining them with your dessert. Use cupcake domes for cupcakes and chocolates, favor boxes for trail mix and nuts, and favor bags for macaroons. Personalized favor bags are a great way to add a special thank you for coming.

If you’re looking for a great centerpiece idea, why not combine your desserts and centerpieces together? Some brides are decorating with cake stands and apothecary jars to serve desserts at each table. Cupcakes and truffles can be displayed on cake stands and bulk candy and rock candy can be displayed in apothecary jars. What a cute way to serve dessert all night long!

DIY Ideas: How To Decorate For The Holidays

Picture the smell of the holidays filling up the room:  on your front coffee table is a glass vase wrapped in cinnamon sticks, candles are burning bright in the window and the smell of hot cocoa is filling up the kitchen. Decorating the table for a holiday dinner can be an artistic way to express your creativity and style. Festive centerpieces are great for conversation starters. A creative way to set the table or decorate your mantle is to fill tall glass vases with red and green glitter ornaments. For decorations that will last through the holidays to New Year’s Eve, decorate ornaments and pine cones with silver and gold spray paint like this décor featured in Good Housekeeping.

Christmas Ornaments

These tall glass vases can be decorated with candles for extra light or fill them with nuts or fruit for a centerpiece that doubles as a serving dish. There are many ways to create a stunning holiday display for any size party. For small shorter vases decorate the outside with candy canes and tie with a green ribbon like these from Better Homes & Garden holiday ideas. Pillar candles can be wrapped in colorful holiday ribbon and candy canes for a red and white festive look. Apothecary jars are good for Christmas cookies as serving bowls for desserts. Glass vases and jars are perfect for adapting for DIY holiday décor because they are affordable and can be used afterwards. We’re not sure about you but nothing brings family and friends together better than fresh baked goods from the oven.

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Candy Buffet Supplies Perfect For A Winter Wedding!

Candy buffets are no longer just for summer and spring weddings. They can be incorporated into a winter wedding with just the slight variation in color and decor! White weddings are the perfect way to showcase mint chocolate treats and peppermint bark for a stunning candy buffet display. The best part about a DIY candy bar is you can dress it up with baked goods and other favorite desserts that may be meaningful to the bride and groom. If you’ve shared a sweet ice cream date for your most memorable night out then decorate a retro candy buffet with ice cream sandwiches and hot cocoa to warm up after! One of my personal favorite is cake pops and cupcake displays that have stunning pops of color. Nothing complements white desserts better than sparkly toppings! Try adding a glitter cupcake wrapper to your cupcakes for a special bit of fancy.

Winter Wonderland Wedding Candy Buffet

I came across this inspiration board from thecakeblog.com on our Pinterest page. I love the way they incorporated the snowflakes as an integral part of the decor. Snowflakes represent winter and snowy weather so what better way is there to show off white cupcakes? Create a subtle mix of cupcakes, cookies and candies to give your guests a better selection to choose from. If a white on white color theme is not your style, try a silver and white wedding motif.

To create a stunning wedding candy buffet you need a mixture of candy bowls, candy buffet jars and cake stands. Adding different heights will mix up the table and look better aesthetically. Decorate with silver bowls and clear glass apothecary jars for a silver and white theme. Peppermint bark and s’mores theme treats are great for a winter themed party. Another crowd pleaser? Gold coins are perfect for a wedding near Christmas because they’re classic and a subtle reminder of the holidays. Plus, gold candy is a great way to accent white in a modern way. Once you’ve decided on your stands and your types of candy, then you can move on to accent decor. Decorate your cupcakes in any of our festive Christmas cupcake wrappers for a holiday wedding or our gold mini cupcake liners for a white and gold motif. Mini cupcake liners or baking cups are also perfect for putting cake pops and small Jordan almonds in to avoid guests having to dig into dishes of treats. Which reminds me, don’t forget the rest of your candy buffet supplies such as tongs, scoops and to go favor bags for guests to take their treats home!

A popular trend among DIY brides and wedding bloggers is the use of mason jars and paper decor. White Tissue Paper Pom Poms hung above your candy buffet is a great backdrop and photo opportunity. Mason jars are cute with a few colorful paper drinking straws. Or chocolate chip cookies balanced on top of a pretty glass of milk make for a sweet chocolate touch without interrupting the sweet tooth theme. If all of this seems a little too daunting or cavity inducing, try decorating a simple cupcake buffet display with cupcake wrappers for color and then giving guests personalized baking mix party favors instead. Whether you’re creating a stunning cupcake buffet or going all out with a candy and dessert display table, you’ll find all the candy buffet supplies for a white winterland wedding at Koyal Wholesale!

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Candy Buffets for Every Occasion!

Birthday parties and school events are going to crop up on your calendars as it is officially Fall and school has begun. So, here are a few ideas for how to decorate desserts for birthday parties and school parties. All of these materials work for multiple events so if you’re planning on staying within a budget you can find happiness with reusable decorations. With one look you can decorate for different occasions.

Willy Wonka candy bar party sweets birthdayCandy Bar Photo Courtesy of karaspartyideas.blogspot.com

Reuse candy buffet decorations for holidays, birthday parties and themed events. These Willy Wonka decorations can easily be reused to work for a wedding reception. Use special cake stands to create a stylish look paired with apothecary jars. Or create a special baby shower candy buffet with the same treats and supplies. Mix and match with designer cupcake wrappers to change colors and themes.

Baby Shower Candy BuffetPhoto Courtesy of Pinterest.com

Inspire Party Candy BuffetCandy Buffet from rubyju.typepad.com

Candy BuffetPhoto Courtesy of Projectwedding.com

Baby Boy Candy BuffetBaby Boy Candy Buffet Photo Courtesy of aweddingwish.wordpress.com