The Candy Bar
- Apothecary Jars were from ZGallerie. We picked up 6 different sizes. Unfortunately, they held a TON of candy, and we
ended upstill have some random bags leftover.
- Bags: Paper Mart. I print gocco'd them myself. The brown stickers were from Paper Source
- Colored M+Ms: Economy Candy. We're lucky enough to live in NYC and got a chance to visit this behemoth of confections in the flesh.
- Candy legos, tootsie rolls and Swedish fish: The Candy Depot
- All salt water taffy from Ocean City, NJ where we both spent time during the summers of our youth
- Barber poles and giant lollipops: Hammond's Candies
- We also picked up white loose rock candy at Economy and used it in planters (already lying around the house) to hold all the lollipops.
The best suggestion by far, was the idea of incorporating wallpaper as table runners. I spend nearly a full week thumbing though nearly 500 wallpaper books to narrow the choices down before dragging my fiance to the store. Once we selected the paper, we calculated how many sq ft we would need (based on table lengths) and ordered the rolls directly from the wallpaper store. Now, this was pretty simple to do - because we had rectangular tables that were not too large in width. All the rolls were cut in two on a ban saw and candle holders and flowers were laid on top. I certainly would not have entertained the idea with round or oblong tables. Our wallpaper was from Janovic Plaza.