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Candy bar Ladies??

What kind of candy are you using?
Where are you buying it?
Are you doing a theme/color scheme?

Im stll trying to plan out how mine is going to look and i can't put it together in my head yet!! I have all the jars and "love" dishes and all the good stuff just can't figure out what i want it to look like with candy and colors.....
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Re: Candy bar Ladies??

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    twinkle82576twinkle82576 member
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    edited December 2011
    We're doing a mix of candy, cookies, brownies, & cupcakes. I'm using candy that everybody typically eats, but it will be color coded. So we're having M & M's, gummy bears, etc., all in blue & yellow. HTH!
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    edited December 2011
    I was going to do one and I like the candy to match...but you can always add other stuff that doesnt like choclate, pretzles, brownies, cookies,  or other desert type stuff...

    this is by far one of the cheapest online stores some one on here has recomended...sorry I forgot who it was :)

    http://www.nutsonline.com/

    I just went in and saw ur profile...you can def do alot with those colors! I love RED!!! :) google red and black candy buffet and u can see alot of pics!
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    edited December 2011
    Red and black are great colors for a candy bar!!!! red hots, atomic fire balls, twizzlers, red/black raspberries, mike and ikes, m&ms and like a million things covered in chocolate!!!! You might not even have to special order things! I didnt do a candy bar but I really love the ideas about adding brownies, cookies, pretzels etc. for your guests that maybe dont like candy candy.... either way it sounds awesome!  Are you setting it up after dinner? or will it be out the whole reception? 
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    sambrefe67sambrefe67 member
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    edited December 2011
    Theres a place in Lake worth that amy used. Im not sur eof the name right now, Ill find out from her then let you know. I know she was satisfied with with prices.
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    sambrefe67sambrefe67 member
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    edited December 2011
    bulk candy store lake worth fl
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    JillianLLJillianLL member
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    edited December 2011
    Just had to comment on this...I was the one who rec'd nutsonline and they were awesome. By far the biggest selection of candy and had the most choices as far as amounts you want.

    Just as an example, we ordered 36lbs of candy and including shipping it was under $200. And we ordered it 2 weeks before our wedding. 
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    edited December 2011
    I'm doing a candy bar as well. We were thinking of having candies that reflect our colors. My colors are green, ivory, and blush. My colors are kinda hard to find, but we'll figure something out.
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    hollie1113hollie1113 member
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    edited December 2011
    we are doing a candy bar as well, and will be using our "pop" color for the tie-in (which is hot pink :) the rest is all black and white) we are thinking of doing m&m's, lollipops, jelly belly's, and rock candy sticks...etc. we are also putting a couple of cupcake towers on the table as well. i'm still on the search for the best prices, so i'll be checking out PP's suggestions too! :)
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