This candy buffet was a labor of love because it was designed by little Lucy's Aunt Rebecca from Pink Pearl Studio. The signs and candy all had such a gorgeous vintage look. Rebecca does excellent work and I highly recommend her Etsy store for banners and printables. I also love the color combination and the variety of shiny, smooth, sprinkled, and rough textures of the candy that Lucy's Mommy chose. She purchased the candy from Oh! Nuts, another company that I highly recommend for candy buffets.
The sweets table was a hit with everyone at the party! Even the littlest ones enjoyed filling their bags with treats. There were cake pops and cookies on the tables, too. My lemon cake pop was so delicious. Sweet Molly, who is 5, collected quite a few cake pops from other party guests using her charm and adorable smile, and made them into a cake pop bouquet! Here's the guest of honor in front of her candy buffet.
The vintage theme of the candy buffet perfectly complemented the vintage tablescape. Rebecca paired different sizes of Mason jars filled with fresh pink flowers and greens. The collection of jars is tied together on a vintage placemat for a stunning centerpiece that would be simple to re-create at your next celebration. The pink lemonade was delicious, too!
The ribbon cake was the focal point of the candy buffet. The delicate ruffled design of the icing looks like a pretty tulle dress. Perfect for the occasion!
Please contact Rebecca at the Pink Pearl Studio if you are interested in retro or vintage party goods. She's very sweet and has wonderful ideas.
Have a wonderful day!