Dec 19, 2010

Wedding Candy Buffets

Wedding candy buffets - easy and affordable with beautiful glass apothecary jars in various sizes and shapes. No delicious display would be complete without jelly beans and let's face it, Jelly Belly is the very best. To create a stylish buffet to suit every age and taste, try to have 8 to 10 different types of candy including M&Ms (most popular candy in America from east coast to west), sixlets, mints, lollipops, licorice, jelly beans and color coated Jordan Almonds. For every 100 guests, 50 pounds of candy should be sweet and satisfying. Check out this great step by step tutorial on how to set up a candy buffet. The one shown is a baby shower buffet, but you get the idea. And here's why I recommend you add Jelly Belly jelly beans:

  • Jelly Belly jelly beans are fat free, gluten free, peanut free, dairy free and vegetarian friendly.
  • A huge variety of colors to match your buffet color theme including white, yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, blue and black.
  • Each Jelly Belly jelly bean has only four calories. Twenty-five (about an average serving) is 100 calories – you can work that off on the dance floor in about 15 minutes.
  • Over 50 original flavors including all of my favorites - Cotton Candy, Orange Sherbet, Pina Colada, Sizzling Cinnamon, Sour Cherry and Strawberry Cheesecake.
how to set up a candy buffet
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