My school is having a Candyland themed prom, but we want another name for it. Any suggestions?
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By Melody T. 01/30/2010
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By Erin813 01/24/2010
Other NAMES for a Candyland Prom. (Sorry for corniness, I hope you can combine parts of one or some, or a whole one.. or at least I hope you get some more brainstorming going):
1. Sweetheart's Ball
2. Shake Your Bon Bon Prom
3. Sweet Times Night
4. Sweet & Go (because of the graduates' year end), a spin off the sugar-like Sweet N' Low
5. Sugar Ville
6. Guys & Lollies (instead of Guys & Dolls)
7. Confection Affection Night
8. Love & Candy
9. Sugar Stop
10. Hugs & Kisses
11. Sugar Rush
12. Once Upon a Candy Shop
13. Candy Wonderland
14. Sweetheart's Paradise
I hope that helped a bit!
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I was thinking of doing a Candyland theme for our prom next year, and I was wondering if anyone out there has any ideas. Has anyone had a Candyland themed prom? If so, what did you do for decorations and all that?
I think they also made starlight mints using white Styrofoam plates, red construction paper "swirls" and clear cellophane. The thing that made these decorations really cute was their over-sized, whimsical quality. Good luck with your prom. (05/23/2008)
Also you might want to use some of those candycane yard decorations that are at Walmart for a $1.00 each. If you watch after the holidays you could get them for practically nothing. Keep this in mind for other decorations as well after Christmas sales are the best. Hope these help.
I haven't done this yet, but my friend told me to use two liter bottles and cut 5 - 6 inches from the bottom off, turn upside down and paint them in different colors and dust with sugar to make gumdrop props. Let me know if this helps. (10/28/2008)
By Susan R.
I am also renting a cotton candy machine, face painting and different size clear jars of loose candy such as gum drops, licorice, jelly beans, and a gum ball machine. This is a kids party but, if you keep it exciting and colorful I think it will turn out great. (12/01/2008)
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