Sweet Shoppe Candy Party

Posted on January 31st, 2012 by Kara
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This SWEET SHOPPE CANDY PARTY was a blast to design and execute. I just love all the colors…and SUGAR!

My favorite things about this party–

The ric rac / paper and candy necklace bunting

The milk bottles

The bubble gum machine drink dispenser {took the top off my gumball machine and replaced it with a beverage dispenser}

The various lollipops

The paper straws

The funky ribbon on the candy scoops and favor pails

The chocolate dipped candy sticks

and the chevron bags

Of course, the rock candy cake is also so fun! It was inspired by this cake from Cocoa and Fig. The amazing Kim Stoegbauer from The Tomkat Studio also used a similar cake here.

Vendor Credits:

Party Styling- Kara’s Party Ideas

All Party Supplies & Candy- Kara’s Party Ideas Shop

Cake- Sweeten Your Day

Photography- Laura Bunker Photography

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47 thoughts on “Sweet Shoppe Candy Party

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  1. Wanda

    Olá Kara!

    I've been following your blog a long time ago, and let me tell you that everything you post is an absolute inspiration.
    I've made my 1'st baby boy birthday party last saturday and I had a few ideas from you, so thanks a LOT for sharing all this great job you do.
    Regards from Portugal!

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  2. Dublin florists

    Lovely photos these are. If you are going to organize a birthday party then you must have know about some points. Gather background materials decorations and cover the walls with flat paper, gossamer, or party curtains

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  3. Hope

    This is all so beautiful!!! I've been searching online for a beverage dispenseer that will work, but most don't give dimensions. Do you have any ideas on where to find one? Thanks so much!

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