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St. Patrick's Day "Green" Recipes...this site has amazing recipes! love the green pancakes!

Candy "Bar" ........ Doing this with all turquoise colored candy. Yay

Candy bar - great idea for those who don't want cake, or if kids are at the wedding. Do candie's within your wedding colors.

Cake and candy bar! Pretty in Pink. Odd for me to like this since I am not a pink person...but who could resist!

candy table! Saw this at a wedding once with a really cute, quirky poem about how "sweet" it is to be married, then guests got to take home a candy bag full of personalized candies from the reception!

Candy bar. Just an idea for the jar shapes, even though I have several already. Love the sizes of these ones.

Candy bar.... not these colors, but I like the layered jar...

I had a candy buffet at my wedding and it was a huge hit! Never too old to love candy!

"candy buffet" Sticking to 2 or 3 colors throughout your design/party theme can make a world of difference. Using black, white or red as one of your colors will also ensure you can reuse the linens/plates/candles/ribbons, etc. again throughout the year.

Saw this at the last wedding I went to. All the candy was blue for that one. I'd have Mardi Gras colors!