Candy bar tags by – DIY

December 1, 2011 by post tags

Hello creative people!

Something for candy …AGAIN !!! haha! …but you’ll LOVE this one!

We created these beautiful candy tags for my cousin’s wedding candy table earlier this year… décor styling credits go to them…!

Candy tables are a MUST-HAVE nowadays at weddings & it’s also WAY more cost-effective than buying a gift for each guest. Use the treats on your candy table for a gift!

The beautiful extra’s to this design set {save-the-date, invitations, menu, name cards etc} is also on the invitation gallery, for this reason we have changed the template for downloads slightly for this DIY { with the similar ‘look&feel’}, you will still be able to create a beautiful candy table as on our pics!

We worked with black & white as the main colour scheme…the little hearts on each card are all different colours…coz candy is so colourful…!

If you’re a graphic designer yourself; you can open my PDF files in ADOBE illustrator & change the colour of the hearts yourself! If you want your tags to be purely black&white ; instead of printing them in colour… select the option on your printer ‘black&white’ instead of full colour.

Here’s to sharing SWEET love!

Size of each tag: business card size : 90 x 50 mm

Have fun !

Lots of creative love


& the rest of the team


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10 Responses to “Candy bar tags by – DIY”

  1. Eden (Three Toad Circus) December 2, 2011 at 3:03 am #

    I really like the idea of labeling each candy at your candy bar :)

  2. Mindy May 23, 2013 at 5:11 pm #

    I love these labels, AWESOME job… but is there any way you could make them fillable so that we can out in the names of each of the candies that we are using? Thanks SO much. :)

    • ThePrettyBlogTeam May 28, 2013 at 3:52 pm #

      Hi Mindy
      Thanks for your message. We are happy you like the DIY.
      This DIY was designed especially
      for The Pretty Blog. You are most welcome to contact Mariaan from
      M.Studio and submit your request. Kindly note that there might be additional costs involve.
      Have a lovely day!

      • Megan Hamlin November 20, 2013 at 8:38 pm #

        Just an FYI; Licorice and Petit Fours are spelled incorrectly!

  3. Storm Maguire March 27, 2014 at 2:41 am #

    How can we get in touch with Mariaan from M Studio? :)

  4. Mara October 1, 2014 at 7:26 pm #

    It is so lovely!! someday when i get married haha.

    What font it is? it’s so pretty!!! :D

    • Migneon Marais October 6, 2014 at 8:59 am #

      Hello Lovely Mara!

      It is pretty! This is one of the designer’s, Mariaan’s own :) Feel free to contact her should you need more info on the design & font!
      Have a lovely week!


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