Candy bar

3 years ago

It was my nephew/godsons baptism last Saturday and the reception took place in a hall. I was there early at the hall helping set up and the area that I had the responsibility of creating is the candy bar! The candy bar was also where the cake was set up so I had to make sure everything fit on the table. All the containers the candies were in were all borrowed from a family friend and I just had to fill up all the containers and set it up. To add height to the table so that everything wasnt on a flat surface I put boxes under the tablecloth to raise two of the candy containers and the cake (cake will have separate post). An important thing too when creating a candy bar is to make sure you have different shapes and sizes of containers so that everything doesnt look too similar. As for the candy, the color these of the party was blue, white and silver so I got candy that were similar to that color palette. The candies I got were blue and white gummy bears, sour gummies, blue and white salt water taffy (blueberry and vanilla flavor), cookies n cream kisses, blue gumballs, vanilla tootsie rolls, those old fashioned twister hard lollipops, m&ms, and peppermint sticks. Then on each side of the table I had different shades of blue paper bags for people to put their candy in and then the smaller blue boxes around the table were some favors that were stuffed with sees candy. The table also had a balloon arch on top of it which was brought in from a balloon design company that was hired for the party decorations. I was pretty pleased with the outcome of the candy bar and Im sure Ill be creating another one for a party in the future. What do you think? ________________________________________________________________________ Shop my closet! Get FREE $5 credit when you sign up through your facebook account!

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