Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 11, 2013
Relying on an article that appeared in the ArizonaDailyStar.com -- Do The Bride A Favor reached the conclusion that candy buffets are truly "the next big thing" in the wedding favor industry.
Further aiding the conclusion drawn by Do The Bride A Favor's editor were comments that appeared in the article -- from catering experts, who stressed that creative assortments of candies and pastries (such as gumballs, jelly beans, chocolate truffles, M & M's, ice cream and mini cupcake treats) find their particular allure primarily by tapping into fun childhood memories, and, when properly presented, set up the wedding milieu as a positive experience from the outset.
Do The Bride A Favor further surmised that well-apportioned candy buffets can go a long way to kick off festivities -- as an "ice breaker," or conversation starter.
Do The Bride A Favor agreed with catering experts quoted in the Arizona Daily Star article, who insisted that for couples planning to use custom wedding candy in the reception presentation, the varieties of arrangements are limited only by the imagination. Do The Bride A Favor was paricularly impressed with a set of "Do's and Don'ts" appearing in the news story; chiefly among them:
1) that newlyweds ought never skimp on candy cost
2) that planners should try to accurately estimate the necessay candy supply, utilizing "dry runs" made with scoops and containers
3) that "personal touches" make all the difference in a successful presentation; hence planners ought to utilize various styles of decoration -- including greenery, flowers and battery-operated candles incorporated into the candy buffet.
Do The Bride A Favor agreed with catering experts cited in an online article, concluding that candy buffets have currently surpassed appetizers as the latest trend in wedding favors.
Do The Bride A Favor is a creative consulting group catering to newlyweds, with a focus on cultivating a unique experience for wedding guests, as well as those interested in dispensing trinkets and wedding favors. Using research and vigilant trend-watching, Do The Bride A Favor dispenses tips and advice to individuals interested in, or connected to, the wedding favor industry.