Candy wedding bouquets

Every girl dreams of a lux­u­ri­ous wed­ding that will be remem­bered by the guests and leave the best impres­sions. In pur­suit of unique­ness, many orga­niz­ers come up with inter­est­ing ele­ments that leave a vivid mark in mem­o­ry. Here you can find col­or­ful wed­ding dress­es, bou­quets of satin rib­bons and toys, and exot­ic dish­es. But the most “deli­cious” delights were wed­ding bou­quets of sweets.

When you first hear such a def­i­n­i­tion, there is a cer­tain shock. How can a bou­quet con­sist of real sweet can­dies and what to do with it? In fact, sweets are the “stuff­ing” of flow­ers, and on the out­side they are dec­o­rat­ed in the form of rose­buds, tulips and peonies. There are oth­er more eccen­tric vari­a­tions of arti­fi­cial wed­ding bou­quets, but more on that below.

wedding candy bouquet

Mod­ern dec­o­ra­tors nev­er cease to amaze. Using impro­vised means, they pro­duce com­po­si­tions of incred­i­ble beau­ty, which are rarely seen in every­day life. One of the exper­i­ments was a can­dy bou­quet. Today, there are sev­er­al types of such bou­quets:

  1. To dec­o­rate a ban­quet table. Can­dies are attached to long sticks, after which the frame is wrapped with rib­bon, paper or tulle. The mas­ter gives the blank the shape of a flower and inserts it into the pre­pared base. Thus, a wed­ding bou­quet can be made from Raf­fael­lo sweets and oth­er “good­ies”. The com­po­si­tion is placed on the fes­tive table and guests can unpack the flower and enjoy can­dy.
  2. Sweet bridal bou­quet. This option will dare to try on the most coura­geous and extrav­a­gant bride. Instead of a clas­sic bou­quet of flow­ers, styl­ists sug­gest using large lol­lipops, designed in the form of oblong sticks or twist­ed spi­rals. It is very impor­tant that such a “bou­quet” be bright and include white. The base can be dec­o­rat­ed with a silk rib­bon.
  3. A big plus of can­dy wed­ding bou­quets is that they can be made by hand. This will be an invalu­able con­tri­bu­tion to the design of the cel­e­bra­tion and will show your indi­vid­u­al­i­ty.
See also
Wedding fashion 2014