This is post 2 of 3 on my daughter’s Candy Party. Here is the first post, Candy Party Planning. And the final post (with the actual party!) is here, Grace’s Candy Party.
Here are a few of the things I’ve found-
Colorful boxes (Michael’s)- I’ll use these to add some height and color to the candy buffet table.
Giant red/white/pink lollipop (Target)- I found of few of these discounted after Christmas.
Pencils with cupcake and lollipop designs (Michael’s)- I found packs of 8 pencils in the dollar section, yay!
Notebooks with candy designs (Michael’s)- Another find from the dollar section.
Plastic green/white and pink/white lollipops (Target)- These were sold as Christmas ornaments.
Love all these ideas! My daughter Grace has been asking for a candy themed 4th birthday! I can’t seem to get the first party planning link to work, it takes me to chocolate fudge cake, which by the way look delish! I’m I doing something wrong?
Glory/ Glorious Treats says
Anonymous- The banner I made for this candy party was made using triangles and then letters cut out by my Cricut paper cutting machine. Then I punched holes in the ends of the triangles and strung a ribbon through.
Glory, Everything looks so cute, Can you give your secret for making your birthday banner for your daughters candy party?
I just LOVE reading your whole thought process for something like this!…..I get too overwhelmed and try to do it all at once….seeing how you thought it all out really helps!!