Candy…candy…candy…

Candy is an easy favor choice for Caribbean Destination Weddings! (not chocolate, of course, it would melt!) Beach themed favors are easy to come by… just about any small item can have a seashell glued on and be a great favor – but many people would appreciate something consumable just as much!

Two of my favorite sources for candy are the Nostaglic Candy Company… take a ride back in time and pick a few of your childhood favorites. Bag them up in a glassine bag from Darly Bird.

And the Candy Warehouse has some of the most creative and fun lollipops around! The giant swirly pops are my favorite and with so many color options, you can match one to your color theme:


If you want to keep with traditional beach themed favors, check out all the palm tree, pineapple, flip-flop, and seashells candy found at the Candy Warehouse:

Either choice is ready for you to slap on your custom label from Stuck, and tie with your custom ribbon from the The Ribbon Factory and you are all set!

3 Responses to “Candy…candy…candy…”

  1. Cherry

    This is really a sweet idea for a Caribbean destination wedding. Candy favors have been popular not only for destination weddings. What makes them a favorite is candies can be colorful and can be in any shape and sizes – they look fun and festive.

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  2. Karylle

    For your reception or rehearsal dinner, I envision a blue in sandy hue and to have a simple and elegant centerpiece of sea grasses, and create a warm glow with beach wedding inspired candles too! Your guests will love it.

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