In September, A Stunning Affair is putting on a HUGE Carnival themed baby shower. My client and I are working hand in hand on the design and when it came time to designing her candy bar, I wanted to make sure that we found just the right types of candy and goodies to wow her and her guests.
On Monday afternoon, we took a trip downtown, Los Angeles, to Jacks Candy and Toy Company . When we arrived we were greeted and asked if we needed any help. We then grabbed a cart and started going through the aisles. Each aisle was organized by candy type, the first aisle was filled with Mexican candies, then came all of the gummy candies, m&m’s in all colors, skittles, rainbow colored swirly pops, cotton candy bags and more. My client also wanted to fill some of her apothecary jars with yoyos and bubbles for some of her younger guests attending the shower and we were able to find those there too.
Overall we had a great experience, and it was a lot easier for my client to visualize the sizes of certain items and how much she really needed to buy, instead of ordering it online. Not that ordering online doesn’t work for some, because it is very convenient, but if you are a very visual and hands on person, and don’t want to pay extra for shipping, then I would highly recommend checking out Jack’s Candy and Toy Company.
Here is their contact information and you can also check them out online and see the names of all of the candies that they supply. http://www.jackscandyandtoy.com/
Jack’s Wholesale Candy and Toy Store
1244 East 8th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Plenty of free parking is available in their lot and their is also meter parking on the street.
Monday -Friday: 6am-5pm