Candy Direct Helps a Lucky Bride Realize Her Dream Wedding on WE TV’s My Fair Wedding

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Candy Direct is making one lucky bride on WE TV’s My Fair Wedding the recipient of the popular conversation hearts for her big day. These romantic candies will be used as wedding decorations on the popular reality show.

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One lucky bride on WE TV’s popular lifestyle show, My Fair Wedding, gets to have her wedding decorations made from Candy Direct’s romantic conversation hearts candies on her big day. The episode is set to air late February.

The leading candy company has donated 240 pounds of Necco Conversation Hearts to the series to help set the mood when the bride and groom exchange I do’s. Conversation hearts are wafers that have short and sweet messages inscribed on them, and are ideal for wedding receptions and Valentine’s Day. They are also available in chocolate and as tarts.

On My Fair Wedding, celebrity wedding planner, David Tutera, and his dream team embark on a mission to help would-be brides create their dream wedding. They save the day by transforming the most over-the-top and potentially disastrous plans into an elegant and fabulous affair to remember. Armed with just a few thousand dollars, creativity and skill, they create the bride’s dream wedding in just three weeks.

Having helped countless people celebrate their special events for more than 10 years, Candy Direct is happy to contribute to the show’s efforts in making sure one lucky bride’s coming nuptials will be a day she’ll never forget. Visit the company’s site at http://www.candydirect.com/ or dial 888-9CANDY0 to learn more about the variety of goodies it offers.

About Candy Direct
Candy Direct has catered to the sweet tooth of children and adults alike with its vast assortment of goodies since 1997. The company prides itself in being able to provide hard-to-find candies, and also sells in bulk to retailers. Log on to http://www.candydirect.com/ to view its extensive selection or call 888-9CANDY0 to place an order.

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