So, you’ve found the perfect partner and set the date! Congratulations from all of us here at Candy Warehouse. Candy buffets are all the rage this wedding season, and we offer the most delightful collection of wedding candies so you can celebrate your big day in the sweetest way. Our candy for wedding selection includes chocolate Hershey Kisses, candy rings, marshmallow hearts, Jordan almonds, nonpareil chocolate wafers, wedding candy mints, and all the other candies you can possibly imagine. Short on time or it’s just too tough to decide? We conveniently carry candy buffet kits with all the essentials you need to throw a celebratory bash with all your friends and loved ones. Browse our inventory today to stock up on old-fashioned classics or new guilty pleasures.
Modern couples are gravitating toward unconventional wedding desserts, and we have the perfect solution. Jordan almonds are plump, roasted, dipped in a thick layer of deluxe chocolate, and coated in a thin candy shell for a satisfying crunch. We carry a wide variety of shimmering or lustrous colors and flavors to suit any taste.
Your hands are full with all the little details of your big day, so let us cover the design element of your dessert bar. We carefully curated a buffet kit with all the wedding candies you need to create a mouthwatering experience. Each candy for wedding buffet kit includes a variety of scrumptious sweets, containers, and supplies so setup is easy and the final arrangement looks as pretty as a picture. Simply pour each kind of candy into a container, arrange, and go! Our self-serve candy buffet kits come in a myriad of gorgeous colors so you can coordinate to match your wedding’s theme.
Hosting a dry wedding? We don’t blame you! Wine and spirits can be costly, and you don’t always need an apéritif to have a good time or indulge your sweet tooth. Indulge your bubbling desire for a glass of champagne with some non-alcoholic champagne jelly beans by Jelly Belly®. We also carry an array of wedding candy mints, which work great as wedding favors. If you have any questions about our wedding candy collection, please feel free to contact a member of our team today for further assistance.
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We all called it a shotgun wedding cause Debby’s hitchin’ was fast – the ceremony four weeks after the proposal. That and our Pappy grabbed the shotgun and threatened to shoot the Hatfield cur that touched his daughter. Oh, and the fella’s Pappy grabbed his shotgun too, and said no son of his would marry a McCoy. But the wedding went on, taking place on our shooting range. So us four daughters dressed up all pretty with wildflowers in our hair and stood next to Debby. Our dog named Nobody Loves Me wagged his tail at visitors, then howled when people petted him. Some cousin welded an arch out of truck bumpers, and it sure looked shiny in the sun. Everyone on both sides of the aisle had gun bulges under their Sunday finest, and none looked too pleased, specially the fathers. But Debby had told us she had a plan.
When it came time for the vows, they recited them and then she done took a lollipop out with swirls of blue and red – thems the unofficial colors of each family. Debby and her hubby licked up and down both sides at the same time, and people started to realize. We’re all swirled together now, doggonit! She took a box and handed out lollipop bulk candy to everyone, even Nobody Loves Me. Them lollipops ended up softening all those hard folks, and next thing you know, we’re all dancing as one big happy family on the dusty dirt lot. Well, the shotgun wedding would have gone off without a hitch if the sheriff hadn’t shown up. He held up a half eaten lollipop and said one word: evidence. Turns out all the lollipops had been lifted from a nearby store. Also turns out the groom did the lifting. So next thing you know, the groom’s trussed up in the back of the squadder, riding away without his bxride, who ran alongside saying she’d wait for him. Nothin’ sexier than a honeymoon out on bail, Pappy said. And ain’t that the truth.