But I do want to talk about candy. Are you sick of it after Easter? I probably should be, but I'm not. I seriously love candy. I would rather have a bag of gummy bears than a piece of chocolate cake probably nine times out of ten (although I guess it depends how yummy that chocolate cake can be, but let's be honest, it's usually disappointing!). So maybe I loved the pictures of candy bars. Maybe I loved the jars. Maybe I loved the signs, but really, what it all comes down to is the candy.
Mr. C and I went back and forth whether we wanted our candy bar to be color coordinated or just filled with our favorite sweets. Whatever we decided, I knew it was going to look great. Here are some of the photos that got me really pumped about both options:
All these pictures make me so excited for our candy bar. I just hope we can pull off the cohesiveness of each of these. Because whether you do color coordinated or just your favorites, I think each of these photos show that the candy bar works with some elements that tie it together, whether it's labels, ribbons, or matching containers.
After much discussion, Mr. C and I decided that we'd be doing a color-coordinated candy bar, with colored ribbon and matching labels. We hope to add some sort of colored linen to the table as well as a sign (probably something like, "Love Is Sweet").
We're looking at mostly orange and purples, with maybe some browns thrown in. Sitting around to brainstorm appropriate candy to match our colors was tough, until I found this AWESOME website: Candy Warehouse. They allow you to check out candy sorted BY COLOR. Thank you, Candy Geniuses.
So here are some ideas of what we'll be using:
All candy images from here
What do you guys think? Do you think we'll have enough candy selection to keep everyone happy but also to keep our candy bar cohesive and color coordinated?