Christmas, Halloween or Valentine's Day candies create fun seasonal bouquets, while granola bars or high-quality dark chocolate are ideas for use in healthier bouquets. More ideas for candy bouquets are available on SimpleCleanLiving.com, EdibleCraftsOnline.com and ThriftyFun.com.
Simple Clean Living's candy bouquet guide recommends using a heavy mug to balance the bouquet, and it leaves the wrappers on the candy. Taping the candy bars to barbecue skewers and garnishing them with ribbon finishes off the bouquet.
Thrifty Fun's candy bouquet uses larger boxes of Skittles to make the vase. Four equal-sized boxes taped or glued together create a square container for the bouquet. It is also possible to make candy bouquets in different shapes such as wreaths or Christmas trees. Guides for these shapes are available on EdibleCraftsOnline.com.