Edible Kids Table Centerpieces

June 2nd, 2011

Choosing the right table décor for your wedding table centerpiece is often a secondary thought for most brides. However, this item should not be overlooked especially when decorating the kids’ tables at your wedding. Here are some awesome DIY centerpiece ideas that every kid and kid at heart would enjoy: Edible Candy Centerpieces. This bit of wedding inspiration comes to us courtesy of Carlise from Bronze Budget Bride. Check her site out for tons more wedding inspiration.

 

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Imagine being a kid invited to a wedding with this table centerpiece.

 

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Learn how to make your own candy centerpieces and have every kid begging to be invited to your wedding.

 

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Having a white and red color theme at your wedding? Then check out this sweet décor.

 

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Creative boat filled with sweets adds a nice decorative touch.

 

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Yummy sweet popcorn balls are always a treat.

 

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Talk about a sugar high. It does look really good though! For more awesome wedding inspiration and more please visit http://bronzebudgetbride.com.

 

Photo Credit: Maxwell House of Design, Holidash, Delish, Michigan Wedding Blog

Do You Have A Sweet Tooth?

June 23rd, 2010

When I was a little girl, my mom would take me to the candy store to cheer me up after a bad day at school. I loved the sight of all the rainbow colored candies that filled each jar stacked neatly on the shelves. The owner (a close friend of my mom’s) would offer me free samples. I usually went for the chocolate mints or the dark chocolate raspberry truffles. The chocolates always cured me! My troubles seemed to fade away…. Even now as an adult, I still love chocolate, especially anything with dark chocolate!

 

In the last few years, Brian and I attended a few weddings where there was a candy bar for guests to enjoy. I think more and more brides are looking into this “sweet” trend. The candy bar allows the guests to choose the candy of their choice and place it in a take home container as a “wedding favor.” Love the idea for two reasons. The first reason, if you are inviting a number of kids, it’s fun for them to treat themselves to candy, second, adults like to indulge in the candy bar too. Time to feel like a child again! However, I recommend that you research the prices of candy, etc. to see if this is within your budget. As fun as candy is for all to enjoy, it can get pricey. What are your thoughts about a candy bar at a wedding reception?

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