Do the Bride a Favor Discusses How to Make New Wedding Trend, the Candy Buffet, Work for You

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Do the Bride a Favor Looks at the newest cake-less trend in weddings, the candy buffet, and discusses how to make it work for your wedding.

When many brides plan their wedding, one of the more stressful aspects of the event is ordering the cake. From flavors, decorations, and colors, to special dietary needs and size considerations, many brides face serious challenges when choosing the confectionary centerpiece of their reception. Do the Bride a Favor, along with several other wedding sites including the Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings and Honeymoons Ever After Blog, have picked up on an alternative to the traditional wedding cake: the candy buffet. Inspired by Pinterest and budget-friendly brides, the candy buffet is the perfect solution for brides who would like to offer something for everyone. DtBaF discusses how to make it work for anyone.

A candy buffet can be customized to fit any color theme and can showcase any number of confections. Many websites offer custom wedding candy and can include gumballs, mints, lollipops, fondue, and much more. Many of these candy buffets feature a myriad of clear containers to display the candy, so the colors are a prominent theme. A candy buffet may also feature floral bouquets or other theme tie-ins. Another way to make a candy buffet special is to offer personalized containers for guests to take home extra candy. Many brides will also use fondue pots as a replacement for traditional cake cutting. The fondue area may offer small cake pieces, fruit, candy, or pretzels.

Using a candy buffet allows brides to offer every guest a special sweet, and is completely budget-friendly. The containers can also be repurposed for later use.

Do the Bride a Favor discusses the newest trend in weddings, and how to make a candy buffet work for that special day.

Do the Bride a Favor is a website dedicated to inspiring brides and gift givers alike to think outside the box when it comes to parties and events to create a one-of-a-kind experience.

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