Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Inspired by an article appearing in the Wheeling News Register/Intelligencer Online, Do The Bride A Favor concluded that at least a couple of distinctly divergent options exist for individuals interested in purchasing custom wedding candy online. Do The Bride A Favor was swayed by two endorsements appearing in the Wheeling story, representing opposite ends of a bulk candy spectrum -- which could be defined as "volume & variety" vs. "healthy choice”. Do The Bride A Favor was particularly intrigued by the latter option offered by Unreal.
Do The Bride A Favor learned that Unreal uses all natural ingredients in their candy products and innovative plant-based coloring systems derived from such sources as beets (for red) and purple cabbage (for blue). Each candy in the Unreal inventory, Do The Bride A Favor surmised, is similar in taste, and comparable in price, to most of the name brands.
Do The Bride A Favor also learned of an opposite type of candy source, perfect for retro-themed weddings or celebrations with a large invitee list where the volume of candy is most important: acandystore.com boasts of offering "every kind of candy imaginable" including those brands in the old fashioned or “classic” category, such as Clark's Bars, Mallo Cups, Chick o' Sticks bars, and Squirrel Nut Zippers. For wedding planners interested in volume and variety, acandystore.com is definitely the route to explore.
For the bride and groom wishing to acquire bulk candy on the internet to serve to their guests, organic and decadent choices abound. Do The Bride A Favor recommends checking out two websites that represent opposite poles of the confectionery spectrum: Unreal and acandystore.com.
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