One thing you’ll realize about me is that I LOOOOVE candy buffets. LOVE! I think it’s must-have at every party. You get to be really creative with the set-up, the candy colors, and also the candy names! For Gavin’s party, I wanted it to serve 2 purposes: a candy buffet AND as centerpieces. I wanted to create a “city-scape” full of candy and other party favors:
We gave the candy buffet “city-scape” a sort of 3-D effect by creating a city-scape backdrop and square plastic canisters. The buffet included candy and favors like lollipops as “power pops,” “kryptonite” candy rocks, superhero temporary tattoos, pop rocks as “exploding rocks,” “invisibility capsules,” and “x-ray vision vitamins!”
We had paper bags at the end of the table for the kid’s and parents to fill with goodies from this SUPER candy buffet.
Wooden stand/holder with chalkboard front to write whatever you want it to say.