So many hues. So little time. However, because this section is so beautiful, we're sure that you'll make the time to look through our Candy by Color category and bring home delightful shades of all your favorite sweet treats. If you have a color themed event coming up, take a gander at our rainbow of confections in our candy by color category and bring home a few bulk selections that will set your event apart from the rest. Whether you love blue, purple, green, red, or any other color, you'll find it here. Take a look through our candy by color section today and order some beautiful treats that will make your eyes and taste buds happy.
Match the color of your event with the same color bulk candy. There are over 12 major candy color categories represented here with a lot of options under each one. Blue candy includes baby blue and dark blue, and pink candy includes hot pink and light pink. Put together a candy buffet bar with candy by color. Find a large selection of candy by color here. Some of the most popular color candies are M&M's and salt water taffy. Customers frequently use these and other types of candy for a candy buffet bar at a wedding or event.
Color is the Key to Candy Buffets
The key to building a good candy buffet is mixing the right colors and having a variety of different types of candy. White candy goes well with most other colors, so it could be wise to mix some white color candy into your buffet to add a little variety. White rock candy sticks or wedding mints work well for this. But white isn't the only color you can mix. Green and pink can go well together, as well as black and gold. One popular method of mixing candies is to layer different colors of Sixlets or chocolate lentils in the same container, creating a candy stripes effect.
Choose different types of candy in the same color as well. If you're planning on a blue candy buffet, you might get blue gummy bears, powder blue Sixlets, and blue candy sticks. The mix of shapes and textures is part of the fun presentation of a candy display. The most important thing, as always, is that you pick the candy that you and your guests will enjoy looking at and eating.