Carla and David had a fabulous rustic themed wedding. The decor fit the theme perfect, except for the amazing detail of the candy bar.
Carla is a huge Alabama fan, and David roots for Auburn, so Carla wanted that reflected in some aspect of the wedding. A house divided candy bar was the perfect addition to their reception.
Half of the table held orange and blue candy, while the other half had red and white candy. Carla came up with the concept, and I made it happen, making cute little labels with ribbon and an adorable wreath. Bags were provided for guests to fill and take home as wedding favors.
The labels for the candy jars were easy enough to make. I just printed the candy names in pretty fonts, cut them out, then cut them out in a pretty shape, and cut a larger shape in the colored cardstock to go behind them. I used glue dots to secure the ribbon around the candy jars and to stick the labels on the ribbon.
For the Candy Bar wreath, I used a vine wreath and painted a piece of unfinished wood. The Candy Bar plaque was my favorite part! I freehanded it, so it took awhile to finish but was worth it. For the ribbon, instead of buying a roll of burlap in each color that I needed, I spray painted one roll of offwhite burlap ribbon. I make a lot of Alabama and Auburn crafts, so I had spray paint on hand in the colors that I needed. The houndstooth print was drawn on with a sharpie. Again, very time consuming, but well worth it.
The Roll Tide and War Eagle candy buffet was very popular. The kids especially loved the candy. It also sparked some fun football debates between the Alabama and Auburn fans. Alabama's the best, of course. Roll Tide!
1. Carla + David, A Rustic, Country Wedding
2. Invitations and Programs
3. DIY Rustic Wedding Signs
4. The Decor
5. A Country Flower Girl
6. The Cakes
7. A House Divided Candy Bar