Candy & Favors To Match Your Event Style & Colors


Give your guests a feast for their eyes and taste buds!  For less than the cost of hors d'oeuvres, you can add a unique wow factor your event and cross favors off your to-do list!  Unlike the hors d'oeuvres, your guests will be talking about the candy buffet long after your event!


  • Custom candy selections to match your event colors

  • Jars, scoops and custom jar tags

  • Customized table presentations

  • Set Up, breakdown and down time

  • Custom Favor Boxes

  • Guest Table Signs

Our most common comment to candy buffets are: I think we are going to do it ourselves.  how much can candy cost anyway?  Every single time a bride or mother has decided to DIY their candy buffet, I have always been told later at the reception they are so sorry they didn't hire us to do the candy buffet.  They soon found out that the cost of the candy alone often matches what we were going to charge them for everything, then add jars to buy, jar tags to make, table signs to buy and make, specialty color matching linens to buy, favor boxes to buy and assemble ........all adding hundreds of dollars beyond the candy cost and the proverbial..."what do I do with all these glass jars afterwards!!??".  Below is an average candy buffet layout and candy cost for about 100 guests.  Those costs are for just the candy alone and for one jar full of candy.  That does not include refill candy (which is about 1 1/2 times the cost listed), jars themselves at $10-$30 each, jar labels, favor boxes and guest table signs, linens, risers and other embellishments & attendant. 

How much does candy really cost?

$389 Candy

$190 Refill Candy

$165 Jars

$100 Favor Boxes and Guest Table Signs

$50 Jar Labels

$25 table signs

$40 Specialty Linens

$50 risers and

other embellishments


$1009 TOTAL


$1009 DIY Candy Buffet vs. $799 All That Events Candy Buffet for 100 guests

All That Events Candy Buffet at $7.99 / guest

Venue Candy Buffet at $10 / guest 


Venue Candy Buffets average $10 per guest.  They only include, plain square or round jars,


non-color coordiated bulk candy, no favor boxes just cello bags, no jar labels or specialty linen.

Typical Venue's Candy Buffet

Typical All That Event's Candy Buffet

How much candy people think it takes to fill a jar

How much candy it actually takes to fill a jar



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