Party favors are a big part of a wedding. You want to be able to give your guests a little gift of thanks for being a part of your special day. While there are many favors to choose from out there, candy seems to be one of the most popular.
"If you’ve ever stepped inside a corner candy store, you know it’s one of the coolest, most magical places on the planet.As soon as you open up the web page for Candy.com, you feel welcome. The home page is bright, inviting and just makes you want some candy! There's a giant banner that says "Build Your Own Candy Buffet" and of course that's where I started! I shopped by color, purple and white. The choices were quite plentiful!
When cousins Greg Balestrieri and Joe Melville launched Candy.com in July 2009, their goal was to bring this “corner candy store” experience online.Greg and Joe, who grew up in a third-generation, family-owned candy company, also wanted a shopping arena where smaller candy manufacturers would get the same exposure as larger manufacturers and hard-to-find candies were abundant."
After very careful consideration and looking through such a wide variety of candy, I finally chose the Light Purple Sixlets Balls. Sixlets are my favorite candy and I don't see them often anymore. I certainly didn't know that they did special colors. That was pretty neat to find out!
I also chose 10 pounds of the White Sixlets Balls too. Each 10 pound box holds 1500 Sixlets! They are also Kosher Certified, Gluten Free and are made in a facility that does not produce nuts. Sixlets are available in 23 different colors to match any wedding colors and/or themes too!
Of course I had to open one of the boxes right away to try them out and they were oh so yummy! I just know that my guests will be wowed. Of course, I couldn't put together the favors yet because I want them to be nice and fresh for my July wedding, so make sure to stop back and see photos from the wedding!
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You can buy Sixlets by the 14 oz bag or in 5.25 lb and 10 lb bulk boxes.