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Colorful Candy Tables

A candy display can add a touch of whimsy to your glamorous affair.
Megan McCarty

{above left} Guests will get giddy over a bright array of their favorite childhood treats.
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An array of rock candies acts as a sweet post-dance pick-me-up or as a take home favor. They’re a big hit among kids too.

{above left} Any bridesmaid would be thrilled to wear this teal number from Flutter Boutique, with a chic floral belt by NELLE Handbags—on your wedding day and beyond.
{above middle} Forget clinking glasses. Attach ribbons to dowels for a classier (and quieter) persuasion to kiss.
{above right} Glass Coca-Cola bottles provide a refreshing, old-fashioned twist to your beverage options for guests both young and old.

{above left} Escort cards never seemed so fun—until they were attached to lollipops.
{above right} Get your groom in on the action with a bright boutonnère, like this mini arrangement by Just Bloomed.

{above left} Use jellybeans as colorful décor and a solution for your sweet tooth.
{above right} After dinner and dancing, everyone appreciates a late-night snack, like individual servings of popcorn.

{above left} Don’t bother trying to resist these simple, delightful cupcakes from Cocoa & Fig.
{above middle} Keep your reception’s theme going with a signature drink, like this adult version of a Shirley Temple.
{above right} Multi-colored Twizzlers are bound to be a hit at any candy bar.

{above left} Guests will get a kick out of an old-school milk and macaron treat, portable and easy to take home.
{above right} Match each candy jar with a coordinating label, like these sprightly labels by Paperista.

{above left} Set the tone of your wedding theme from the get-go; Paperista made a great first impression with these adorable save-the-date cards.
{above middle} A lush bridal bouquet, like this beauty by Just Bloomed, provides yet another blast of corresponding color and class.
{above right} Continue the brilliant theme head-to-toe by pairing your wedding whites with a pop of color in a shoe or accessory.

{above} Find varying apothecary jars at craft, thrift or home stores to fill with your favorite candies. Be sure to include scoops, tongs and containers for guests to take home samples.

{photography} Red Ribbon Studio | {flowers} Just Bloomed | {invitations and paper} Paperista | {cake, cupcakes, macarons and other sweet treats} Cocoa & Fig | {bridal and groom fashion} Posh Bridal Couture | {bridesmaid fashion} Flutter Boutique | {jewelry} JWP Jewelry | {makeup} Nan Fletcher | {calligraphy} Rosann Konieczny | {candy shop location} Sugar Sugar | {fabric flower accessory} NELLE Handbags | {linens} Aprés Party & Tent Rental

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