A chocolate candy bouquet, whether homemade or purchased from a high end boutique, makes a perfect gift for any occasion!
Think about it! Who wouldn't be delighted to receive a colorful arrangement of their favorite sweet treats?
I've been on the receiving end of candy bouquets and I was absolutely thrilled each time. :) Just thinking about it makes me smile.
I'm going to give you some step-by-step instructions on how to make a chocolate candy bouquet.
It may surprise you at how very easy it can be.
Sure, it can be a little more complicated if you decide to make your own molded chocolate flowers, but there are OPTIONS!
You can make a beautiful bouquet using store bought candies and it will still be pretty impressive.
But, before I do that, let me start by saying if you just want to purchase a chocolate candy bouquet, you can order one online very easily and have it delivered to your delighted victim. :-)
Here's a selection for you to consider...
Aren't they absolutely fantastic???
But maybe you're on a tight budget and you want to save a little money and add your own personal touch. That can be done, too, without too much trouble.
Let me tell you about one of the clever gifts I received from a friend. Last year I received a wonderful present in the form of a Reese's cup chocolate candy bouquet. I absolutely loved it!
A clever friend of mine created it with her own hands which made it all the more special to me.
Jennifer discovered that I was partial to Reese’s cups and designed a chocolate bouquet that I enjoyed, with a little self discipline, for several weeks.
Another clever idea is to make a Chocolate Candy Bouquet Gift Basket by using individually wrapped bite sized chocolates or bon bons.
Here are the items you will need to get started.
Most of the supplies you need can be purchased online if you like. You will find baskets on eBay as well as other containers, and foam. I love finding bargains there.
Go to Candyland Crafts (my favorite candy making supply store) for...
a selection of chocolates you can just go to your local grocery store
or Walmart. If you prefer to get them online I would suggest either A Candy Store or Candy Crate as they both have a huge selection and also make it easy to buy in bulk if desired.
Additional Tips for making Chocolate Candy Bouquets:
As always, I invite you to share your ideas with me and my guests using the form below.
Feel free to share your bloopers,too!
We can all do with a good laugh at ourselves from time to time. Honestly, though, how can anything to do with a chocolate candy bouquet be a blooper?
Chocolate candy bouquet baskets are a lovely gift for any occasion. Unless someone is allergic to chocolate, you can’t go wrong! I hope that you will enjoy making them and receiving them as much as I do.
What is the best chocolate gift candy you ever received? Tell us all about it. We'd even love to hear the details, like who was the wonderful person who treated you to the delectable treat?
Maybe you've got another great idea for making your own chocolate candy gift. Do tell... We always need more clever and creative concoctions!
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