In this article, we will talk about the sweetest corner of your Quinceanera party.
Candy bars or candy buffets have become an essential part of the decoration of the Quinceaneras.
It’s not just about putting a simple table with sweets on it as a complement of everything else.
Candy buffets go beyond offering a sweet moment your guests. Candy bars have become a sweet piece of art.
First, you have to decide what kind of candy you want to put on your table.
You can put a little of everything, candies, chocolates, desserts, and snacks.
The presentation that you’ll give the sweets is equally important that the candy itself as it is the image that you’ll give your guests and what will distinguish a simple table of sweets from a candy buffet.
Find inspiration online, Pinterest is one of the best places to find great ideas.
You can even create your own board and save the photos you love.
A good idea is to focus on a specific palette of colors or the theme of your party.
This will make your candy bar look more professional.
If you are running out of time, it’s always a good choice to hire professionals to set up your candy table so you don’t have to take care of that too.
But if time is not a problem, this is a project you can do by yourself and save some money. It won’t take many days and be it will be fun.
Take a day to buy all the sweets and snacks you plan to put on your table. Choose colorful sweets that add a nice touch to the decor.
Buy candy in various shades of the same color to have an ombré effect in the glass vases. They will look amazing!
Since you have all the candy and snacks that will go on your table it’s time to buy the containers. Surely you already have some ideas of how you will accommodate everything.
You don’t need to spend much money on containers, pay a visit to the dollar store, they have some great stuff.
Make a nice backdrop to place on the wall where it will be located your candy bar. You can decorate with banners, garlands, twinkling lights and more.
For the presentation of the sweets use different levels.
To get this effect, buy containers of different sizes, some with and some with pedestal and some without a pedestal.
Another idea is to cover some boxes with a nice wrapping paper and put the candy at different heights.
Empty all the sweets in the containers a few days before your party or the day before.
This will save you time when putting your candy bar together.
If you don’t have time ask your friends or family for help.
Don’t forget to put some nice labels to each container and put kraft paper bags where guests can serve their favorite treats.