What’s Your Favorite Color?

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Looking for something sweet to jazz up your wedding, shower or party? We offer candy in all colors of the rainbow, so you’re bound to find something that suits the theme of your next big event! Take a peek at our candy by color section to find a huge variety of treats in all the hottest hues.

Red is one of the most popular colors for wedding parties, and we can see why! It’s bright and elegant, with a hint of fun. Our red candy includes sweets that suit a wide variety of tastes, including red Sixlets, Twizzler cherry bites, watermelon drops and pastel chocolate strawberries.

Purple is a rising star in the wedding world, and our purple candy comes in a variety of regal hues, from lilac to lavender. Dig into our blueberry yogurt pretzels, pastel milk chocolate blueberries, grape gummy bears and purple M&Ms.

What could be sweeter than pink candy? It’s lovely for wedding and baby showers, and perfect for princess-themed parties.  Treats like Good & Plenty, Strawberry Puffs, gummy pigs and pink shimmer gum balls add a splash of simple rose to any occasion.

Green candy is great, and we have no shortage of treats in this tempting color! Try some mint cookies malted milk balls, Andes Mints, green apple sour straws and Jelly Belly watermelon jelly beans at your next event.

Blue is a common and lovely choice for many wedding candy buffets, and we have blue candy ranging from classy to wacky! Serve up some Tiffany blue chocolate lentils and blue and white Jordan almonds if you’re leaning toward traditional décor, and throw in some gummy blue sharks and sour blue soda bottles if you’re feeling adventurous.

Sunny orange candy and yellow candy add sparkle to just about any special event.  Make sure to include orange slices, orange shimmer pearls, lemon drops and mango Australian licorice.

What are some of your favorite colors?

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