The spring wedding season is just around the corner, and a pink wedding candy buffet table would be so much fun! It could be set up at a wedding reception or at a bridal shower.
I decided to go with a pink, white, and silver theme for this candy buffet. When I was little, one of my aunts had pink and gray as her wedding colors. I thought it was so beautiful, so of course, I wanted pink and gray for my wedding colors “when I grew up”! By the time I got married, I no longer wanted those colors but thought it would be fun to use them for my table setup.
I purchased several apothecary jars to fill with candy. They happened to be on sale when I went into the store, so I saved a bunch of money and didn’t even need a coupon! To decorate the jars, I attached bling to the jars using glue dots. If you are looking for a more permanent way to attach the bling, try using a glue like E-6000.
To make the Candy Buffet sign, I first covered a table sign base with rhinestones. Then, I painted a table number sign pink. Once the paint was dry, I stamped the words Candy Buffet in the center.
Next, I cut squares of pink polka-dot tissue paper and wrapped them around Blow Pops. I tied the tissue paper on with a piece of baker’s twine and added a rhinestone to each one. I laid the lollipops on a white tray.
Once the lollipops were covered, I moved on to decorating the bags. I stamped the corner of plain white bags and added a piece of washi tape so that the bag could be held shut once they are filled with treats.
Finding pink candy wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be. There are a lot of different bags of candy that have pink in the mix, but they aren’t exclusively pink. I used strawberry milkshake Whoppers, Valentine’s M&M’s with the reds removed, pink foil-wrapped Hershey Kisses, milk chocolate Godiva truffles, pink, watermelon-flavored licorice and the covered Blow Pops.
For a beverage, I found sparkling grapefruit IZZE and added pink striped paper straws to a glass cup topped with rhinestones. The little silver candy scoops are lined up, waiting to be used. They already have a rhinestone on them, so I didn’t have to add anything to them. I love how it all turned out. This kind of Candy Buffet wouldn’t only have to be used for a wedding. Wouldn’t it be fun for a baby shower or a birthday party too?
I love how the “pinkness” isn’t looking too girly or hurts the eyes too much. Great wedding idea!
Mimi @ Irresistible Pets says
I love the pink colors you used for the buffet! This is gorgeous!
Love, love, love this! My daughter’s first birthday is pink and blue themed, and this would be perfect! Thanks for sharing! Pinning!
Jenna @ rainonatinroof.com
So absolutely beautiful! I love the pretty pink! You did a gorgeous job & I love all the details!
Thanks Lindsay! I’ll bet your girls would love this table!
Christie O. says
This is perfect for any party: A wedding, bridal shower, girls birthday, or even a networking event. Love it!
Aimee @ ShugarySweets says
What a beautiful table, PINNED!!!
This is BEAUTIFUL. You did such a great job with this. This would be fun not just for a wedding for for a girly Valentine’s day party, too.
Thanks Carissa! That would be fun!
You did a beautiful job! Pinned!
Gorgeous job Tonia! I especially love the colors and the rhinestones around the jars.
gorgeous for a little princesses birthday party to!!
So true! Little girls would go crazy for this!
Beautiful. And fun too, not to mention sweet!
Anne @ Domesblissity says
So does this mean you guys are renewing your vows so you can have a pink candy buffet? Very beautiful Tonia.
Great idea! Our 18th is coming up very soon! 🙂
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Awesome. This is so pretty for Spring or anytime….maybe a huge summer birthday party for 3 little girls!?? Thanks for the inspiration 🙂
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Rachel @ BubblyNatureCreations.com says
Wow!!! This looks so awesome! I would have loved one at my wedding!!!
Super cute! I had a candy buffet at my wedding, so this bring backs some ‘sweet’ memories 🙂 xo
You did? Fantastic! My cousin did too and everyone (especially the kids) loved it!
Everything looks beautiful, Tonia! I have that mason jar stamp from Valentine’s day, its one of my favorites! I like how you wrapped the rhinestones around the jars, its such a cute way to embellish them without covering the colorful candy. 🙂
Thanks Crystal! I know that I am going to use that stamp a lot since I love mason jars!
Looks great, Tonia! 🙂
Oh! I love weddings. Hmmmm, maybe I’ll have another C:
They are so much fun!