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30 Unconventional Candy Bar Must-Haves

30 Unconventional Candy Bar Must-Haves

Few wedding guests can resist filling grab-bags from a buffet of sweets. Mix up your display with these quirky treats.
Candy-Covered Wedding Cakes Guaranteed To Impress Your Guests

Candy-Covered Wedding Cakes Guaranteed To Impress Your Guests

Use gumballs, jellybeans and licorice to add a touch of retro whimsy to your confection.
Make Your Own Colourful Candy Table Numbers

Make Your Own Colourful Candy Table Numbers

Welcome your guests with these simply sweet DIY table numbers, which double as centrepieces.
Fabulous Candy-Covered Wedding Cakes

Fabulous Candy-Covered Wedding Cakes

From M&Ms to peppermint sticks, colourful sweets can add a whole new dimension to your wedding dessert.
30 Delicious Edible Favours

30 Delicious Edible Favours

Ensure that your guests continue to savour the memories of your day by sending them home with tasty treats.

Cute Candy Favours In 5 Simple Steps

In five easy steps create sweet treats for your guests to enjoy. Just fill small watchmaker boxes with your choice of candy or treat and add a pretty tag for a quick-to-assemble wedding favour.
An East Coast Charm-Filled Seaside Wedding in Indian Harbour, Nova Scotia

An East Coast Charm-Filled Seaside Wedding in Indian Harbour, Nova Scotia

This Nova Scotia couple drew inspiration from their seaside surroundings.
21 Stunning Flowerless Bouquets Perfect For Fall Weddings

21 Stunning Flowerless Bouquets Perfect For Fall Weddings

With the arrival of the cooler weather fresh blooms can be increasingly difficult to come by. Instead, why not consider a non-floral bouquet? We’ve scoured Etsy and beyond for the prettiest flowerless options. The best part is that these bouquets

Inspiration: Summer Loving

Clockwise from top left: Gown, courtesy Reem Acra. Invitation, courtesy Wedding Paper Divas. Popsicles, courtesy Project Wedding. Candy centrepiece, courtesy Dylan’s Candy Bar. Seen in this slide show. Centrepiece setup, courtesy The Bride’s Cafe. Birdcage, courtesy Mints Design. Seen in

Inspiration: White & Romantic

Clockwise from top left: Oscar de la Renta Dress, Fall 2011. Seen in this gallery Cake, courtesy Cakes by Natalie Jimmy Choo Heels, photography courtesy Net-a-Porter Table Setting, courtesy Rebecca Croft Photography. Seen in Real Wedding: Fun and Games Invite,

DIY lanterns, marshmallows and bouquets

A Field Journal is by far one of the most inspiring and craftiest blogs we’ve spotted in awhile. Absolutely love everything. Their knack for creating easy yet pretty pieces makes it even more enticing for you to want to add

Fun Dessert Tables

You know what your bridal shower or wedding needs? A fun dessert table like this gorgeous one from Shauna Younge Dessert Tables. I love her style–it’s fresh and simple. The pink set-up was done with a preppy-chic design in mind

who loves candy?!

I can’t tell how excited I am to share with you one of the most awesome candy vendors I’ve had the pleasure of speaking/working with–The Candy Store. As you all know our big 25th anniversary party is coming up this

Video of the Week: DIY Candy Favours

Roseanne shows how to create pretty candy favours with colourful tissue paper.

DIY: Candy Favours

A few weeks ago my guy’s sister–Jeanette–celebrated her 18th birthday–in Filipino tradition we call it a debut. Long definition short, a debut signifies the “coming of age” for any woman into society, sort of like, a debutante ball if you

Video Blog: I Heart Flour Studio!

Does not auto start, suitable for blog embeds. Sooooooo! I just filmed my first video blog EVER last week. We were at Flour Studio, a cute cupcake and floral shop located here in Toronto. Anywho, while I was recording our

Video of the Week: DIY Edible Favours

Looking for an easy DIY wedding project?

Lollipop Lollipop

Mmm! This packaging makes it look like there’s gourmet lollipops hidden under them.


Last weekend I went to Michaels ( to help my cousin look for ideas for her nephew’s upcoming christening. I haven’t been in a while, so I completely forgot how utterly addictive that place can be.

Candy Shop

Last week I posted about delicious edible favours, and I completely forgot to mention Karen Smallbone (

Fanciful Favour

I think this is such an awesome idea—a wedding favour that looks like a cake, but really isn’t one—did that make sense?