How to Make a Pink, Gold and Turquoise Candy Buffet Table
Welcome to Time for the Holidays! Today we will be showing you how to make this pink, gold and turquoise candy bar. We will show you how much candy to get, along with letting you know how much it will cost. Candy bars are really trendy right now and are being done at most parties, baby showers and weddings. Here is one from Brittany and Marc’s wedding.
Scroll through the pictures and we will give you details on what candies are used and how much you will need.
On the right side of the candy table we put the card box. And next to that we put some envelopes asking people to write down their return addresses so it would make it easier on the bride when she had to send thank you notes.
The jar to the left with the pink pearlescent candy and some gold heart candies in it was full of Kisses Wedding Stickers and gold chocolate hearts. The cup at the bottom of the page that is half cut off in the picture is grapefruit candy slices. The two tall jars in the middle are full of pink tootsie rolls with some pink swirl lollipops stuck in for a whimsical affect. The jar in the back has some blue swirlie pops added in for fun and a splash of color. All the way to the right the jar is full of pink peppermint sticks. In the very bottom right hand corner the mason jar is full of gold mints and gold straws. The two biggest glass jars in the back row are full of gold candy bags.
Aren’t these Hershey Kisses with personalized labels the cutest? Well guess what, they come in many colors and you can get them personalized for your own wedding or party. They are not expensive either.
Above the candy bar you can hang a sign like this. Below we will post a link to this same sign. You can personalize it for your own wedding.
This gorgeous shabby chic platter is a Royal Albert Devotion, Gratitude and Joy 3-Tier Cake Stand Designed by Miranda Kerr. It is great to hold cupcakes or candy for your candy buffet.
We got this trunk on Etsy at the store: “The Lace Moon.” Check it out, she has lots of lovely stuff!
We filled the glass heart shaped bowl with Draft Beer Jelly Bellies. And yes, they really did taste just like Draft Beer!
Next to the Cardbox we also filled one more big glass vase with blue salt water taffy.
There are a lot of really pretty paper lanterns and paper fans to choose from if you go online shopping.
So in total we ordered:
8 Tall Jars or Vases
We shopped at local resale shops to find pretty glass jars and vases. You can look at any retail shop but here are some general prices if you order candy jars online.
(Heart and star shaped) We got these at the dollar store for $4 total. But if you don’t have any dollar stores by you then you can get them online for about this much.
10 Tongs or Scoops
Andaz Press Personalized Chocolate Drop Labels Trio, Fits Hershey’s Kisses, Wedding, 216-Pack, Stickers Custom Made Any Name and Color
Template rustic wood love is sweet wedding sign poster by TheArtyApples
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So basically this candy buffet display cost about $400 give or take a little. You will be able to cut some costs if you already have some decorations or get balloons instead of paper lanterns or fans. You can also get the glass jars and bowls pretty cheap at resale places and sometimes they are actually prettier because you can find some old fun styles.
If you have a higher budget here are some fun things you can add to your candy buffet!
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