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Design a Spring Wedding Candy Buffet

Spring wedding season is in full swing, and couples are planning the details for their big day. Consider this stylish feature of your reception that’s a hit with guests of all ages: a wedding candy buffet. Who doesn’t love sampling different kinds of colorful candy?

Candy buffet tables photograph beautifully, especially in vibrant spring colors. Shop for candy by color to coordinate the sweet treats with your wedding palette. We also encourage you to explore our Candy Buffet Gallery, which provides many examples of candy buffets in different colors. You’ll see which candies look best in each display. The Spring Candy Buffet and Cherry Blossom Candy Buffet are just two examples of displays that are lovely at this time of year.


Here are a few ideas to consider for decorating your tasty table:

  • Small tree branches with blossoms
  • Spring flower arrangements or flower petals
  • Items that match the theme of your wedding (birds, travel)
  • Crafty items (pinwheels, paper flowers)

Pastel colors like purple and light pink are popular for spring weddings, and so are pastel green and peach. If you choose to feature different colors of candy in your buffet, you’ll likely offer your guests different flavors, as well!

How much candy do you need? How many kinds? We’ve answered a lot of common questions in a previous post, “Candy Buffet Fun.” Jordan almonds and Sixlets are two popular candies that come in a variety of colors, but there are plenty of other attractive options, such as rock candy and lollipops.

If you’d like our help brainstorming candy buffet ideas, don’t hesitate to ask our Candy Concierge! Contact us at care@nuts.com or 800-558-6887 for advice.

What are your tips for designing a beautiful wedding candy buffets?

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