Sep 10, 2005
Guests really do notice all of those personal touches and from the beginning we set out to create a wedding day that would reflect who we were as a couple and what our passions are. Our table names symbolizing courtship impressed our guests and the many personal things that meant something to us like our love of dance expressed through a professional dance company, sweetfanatics reflected by a candy buffet table, food connoisseurs, reflected in the printed menu and type of food chosen, love of art and jazz reflected in our painting and saxophonist and love songs we cherish as reflected on our personalized CD Favors. Email/toast me if you have any questions on any of my vendors or need advice or suggestions. If you decide to use any of my vendors let them know that “LV” referred you and they will take great care of you.
CANDY BUFFET I never knew that something like this would go over so well with adults. I didn’t see people running to the table, but I heard about it. The candy disappeared before we could get any of it, but fortunately, our photographer got a great shot of the table. We had lots of candy in our wedding colors of pink and orange… M&Ms, Jelly Bellys, Jolly Ranchers, Gigantic Lollipops and lovesavers…etc.etc. My guests loved this and it was one of the highlights. We got many many many many many compliments on this and the table was beautiful. I got my jars from Walmart, Target, Michaels and Ikea. My candy was purchased from: Candy Warehouse in Irwindale, Sweet Factory in South Bay Galleria and Economy Candy in New York City. My custom labels for the candy bags were purchased from www.myownlabels.com