n’t You are not alone. Who does girls love candy? More and more tower just like you, want to see a . of sweets at their reception. From Candyland, Willy Wonka are some of our earliest dreams of sweetness hanging from trees, chocolate runs in rivers and pillars are peppermint sticks. Scan all those photos of candy buffets throughout the web and you’ll quickly spot two things. One, candy buffets are extremely popular. And two, while some are just feast for our eyes, other seem to fall short of the heights their planners must have hoped for.
FIRST TIP: ALWAYS LEAVE IT TO THE PROS. HIRE A CANDY STATION EXPERT IN YOUR AREA
SO.. WHATS THE SECRET?
1.- Buying enough candy. Sounds
simple, but it’s key.
Decoration: It must look good and fit in your overall decoration.
3.- Start with the table, not the guest count. You don’t’ want to give one pound of candy to each guest. It’s better to have a table full of options and abundance rather than counting ounces per person. 4.-
The theme thing. Use a background to fit your candy station into your quince theme, if not, it will look delicious but an isolated decoration.
The containers: Clear and elegant. This is key. Use all sort of containers and raise some of them to create volume.
Don’t forget the take-home. Go to the dollar store and get a bunch of containers and use a sticker to personalize them.
PHOTO BY: Gustavo Villarreal
Published on Jul 21, 2012
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