3 Ways to Cut Costs for your Candy Buffet 1. Buy Candy in Bulk M&Ms are dense and take up very little space, so you wouldn’t want to fill a large container with them. But Twizzlers, Gumballs and Pixie Stix take up a lot more space.
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This is my first post as a married lady! Kyle and I had a fabulous wedding with our friends and family on April 25th and I am so excited to share everything about it. When the professional pictures come back, there will absolutely be a long
Here at The Budget Savvy Bride, we love a good wedding candy buffet. We’ve talked about this fact several times before — I had a candy buffet at my wedding, and a few of our bride bloggers have shared tips for planning a candy buffet and
Costs for a candy bar can add up pretty fast, but a little upfront planning can save you a lot of money in the long run. One site I stumbled across estimated most candy bars run roughly $5 per guest. FIVE DOLLARS! If you have 100+
I decided that I wanted my candy buffet to match our color scheme, but was having trouble finding turquoise candy that wasn’t crazy expensive. The only things I found were jelly beans ($60+ for a 5lb bag) and custom colored M&Ms ($57 for a 5lb bag).
If you’re on the hunt for wedding favor packaging, you will FLIP over the options available from one of my favorite online resources, Paper Mart. This site has tons of party supplies, craft supplies, favor boxes and bags, wedding supplies, ribbon, doilies, you name it —