Strawberry hard candy is a delicious way to add color and delight to a themed princess party, baby shower, or wedding shower.
Whether you want a color themed party (pink or red), or a flavor themed party, you can usually find just the right selection of treats to make the eyes of your guests light up with pleasure.
I'm a chocolate lover at heart, so you might think that strawberry hard candy doesn't hold much appeal for me. In that thought, you would be wrong! ;)
Yes, chocolate is my favorite sweet, but I've been blessed (or cursed) with quite a sweet tooth.
Candies of all sorts are quite addicting to me and strawberry happens to be one of my favorite fruit flavors of both candy and gum!
This summer I enjoyed a selection of pink candies from A Candy Store and amongst the lot was a selection of strawberry hard candy - pink lollipops and pink candy sticks in particular.
I could have certainly eaten the lot myself (no hardship there at all!), but I knew I would enjoy them nearly as much by sharing them with some of my adorable nieces.
I have to admit that it was a lot of fun for all of us and I knew that these pink candies would be absolutely perfect as party favors for a theme based party.
My sweet girls love princess parties and tea parties, so anything pink is appreciated. A pink themed party with strawberry candies and pink punch would be perfect!
Wouldn't a baby shower be beautifully enhanced with a full array of pink candies for girls (or blue for boys, of course - perhaps blueberry flavored???) as party favors for your guests?
I suppose pink isn't a very popular color for weddings in some circles these days, but I still think pink accents can be quite lovely when used just right.
My own anniversary is just a week away (23 years!) and I love reflecting on my own beautiful wedding day and all those special memories. I used a pale peach and a bit of sea-foam green as the accent colors for my big day.
Buying bulk candy for special events is often a much cheaper option than buying individual pieces or smaller bags at your local grocery store or Walmart. Here are a few of my favorite places to buy pink hard candy (and other colors and flavors, too)...