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A Beautiful Candy Buffet for Fall

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Wow, do we ever love a good candy buffet! Our friend Brenda from Nova Scotia, Canada, recently emailed us pictures of a simply gorgeous fall-themed candy buffet that she and her daughter, Amber, created for her son’s wedding. Working with their theme colors of burnt orange and brown, Brenda and Amber built an autumn-themed display that we just love! Brenda said that the buffet was a hit both with the guests and with the happy couple! (We can see why!)

The buffet featured some of our favorite NutsOnline treats, such as candy pebbles, milk and dark chocolate sea salt caramels, pomegranate salt water taffy (a favorite of the groom, Colin), jumbo gourmet buttercrunch mix, orange slices, orange shimmer pearls and french burnt peanuts. They also layered Jelly Belly A&W root beer, Jelly Belly tangerine, Jelly Belly sizzling cinnamon and Jelly Belly french vanilla jelly beans in a clear dish, and offered up red, orange and brown rock candy sticks. What a sweet selection of goodies!

Many congratulations to newlyweds Colin and Natasha, and thanks to Brenda for sending us these wonderful pictures!

Do you have photos of a candy buffet that you designed for a special event, such as a shower or wedding, using NutsOnline’s products? We’d love to share pictures of your amazing creation with all our friends! Email photos of your display to CustomerService@NutsOnline.com.

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2 Responses to “A Beautiful Candy Buffet for Fall”

  1. Esther

    looking to do a candy buffet for a November 9th wedding. I do not know if I should go with the bridal colors raspberry and grey or the fall candy I would like some more ideas and what you think
    I love the idea
    We are only having about 180 people max i want it to be elegant and not to halloweenish
    Esther

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