Posts Tagged ‘party favor’

Personalized Lollipops

Guess what?! You can now personalize lollipops with edible messages and four-color photos and logos at Candy.com! Let everyone know you’ve launched a new company, had twins, your spouse is 40, or your daughter graduated from Yale.

Personalized Pops are a sweet way to get your message across to family, friends, clients, and colleagues. They’re also perfect for party favors and when you need a clever gift to take the place of a ho-hum Target or Starbucks gift card.

Think how cool it would be to surprised with a bouquet of pink rectangular lollipops that pops the question, “Fly to Paris?” Or, greet your baby shower guests with gender reveal “It’s a Boy!” blue lollipops. Or, send birthday party guests home with a bright red lollipop that says, “Thanks for partying with me!”

Candy.com gourmet lollipops come in four shapes (Square, Rectangle, Small Circle, Large Circle), and six bright colors (Pink, Red, Orange, Blue, Green, and Purple).

It’s so easy to personalize your pops, too! Just Click Here and start creating.

We look forward to seeing how creative Candy.com customers get with their personalized pops. Bring it on!

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We love our friend Jackie Sorkin, owner of the Los Angeles-based event planning company, The Hollywood Candy Girls and star of TLC’s Candy Queen show, which just went global.

Earlier this week we reached out to Jackie to ask her about her favorite, yet easy DIY Halloween party favor.  Without batting an eye, she sent us this  …

These candy-filled mason jars meet all the criteria for a successful party favor: clever, colorful, easy, and something every party-goer will want to take home and copy for their own parties. Heck. You don’t even have to throw a party. They can be gifts, too!

Jackie says classic candy corn and  jelly beans, M&M’s, Sixlets, and gumballs in green, purple, orange, and black work well for layering up a Mason Jar. Pop a faux furry spider on top (there are tons at Party City) and tie it all together with a matching bow. Simply spooktacular!

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Inspiration struck today. Shocker. While contemplating how to string green, purple, and gold candy beads into Mardi Gras necklaces, I spied super clever gumball necklaces from One Charming Party on Pinterest. Aha!

Using purple, green, and shimmer gold gumballs, vibrant purple ribbon, a sharp tack, embroidery needle, and One Charming Party’s know-how, these edible Mardi Gras beads unfolded …

Originally, I set out to string Sixlets, but they cracked when met with a needle. Oak Leaf’s beautiful 1-inch green, purple, and shimmer gold gumballs worked like a charm!

To puncture both sides of the gumballs, I used a razor sharp upholstery tack. Not one shell cracked in the process. Miracle!

Next, I threaded a wide-eyed embroidery needle with 1/4-inch purple ribbon and pulled it through each gumball with a little help from pliers.

And, just as One Charming Party suggested, I tied a knot in between gumballs, and finished off each necklace with a bow. (Note: Gumballs do get heavy when strung together, so I kept each necklace to 10 “beads.”)

Based on prelim feedback, “Mardi Gum” necklaces are serious conversation starters, so start your Mardi Gras party with them.

One more sweet tip for Fat Tuesday, Feb. 21: “Rim” classic hurricane glasses with purple, green, and gold candy pearls. Pretty!

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