M&m Wedding Cake Topper
If you prepare for the wedding and want to know what is in vogue in the field, certainly we need to know some details about eco weddings, a new trend, of course, came from Hollywood. The concept of eco-friendly wedding is new and involves the use of natural materials in the wedding, organic food for guests, trying to somehow keep the balance of nature even in the most important day of your life.
If you choose to organize your wedding ecological think that the theme will be “green”. Try to sustain your good intentions towards the environment, surprising your guests at the same time. A wedding cake decorated with bamboo leaves can impress your guests, being elegant and exotic at the same time. If you really want to protect the environment the wedding cake ingredients must be organic too and to have the best quality! Another important point to be achieved are the wedding invitations. If you choose to use recycled paper, you will not only help protect the environment, but it can give your invitation and a touch Bohemian. Recycled paper, printed with a particular model not only looks more natural, but it’s beautiful.
In terms of food and drink, everything can be solved quite easily. You can serve as an appetizer a few fruits and vegetables, organic of course, or you can give free rein to imagination and can create various ornaments, such as cucumber rings filled with bio cheese. I’m sure that you have taste them and you loved them so this candy can be an inspiration for a M&M wedding cake topper.
Who would have thought that the idea of the famous M & M‘s was born during the Spanish Civil War? Legend says that during a trip to Spain, Forrest Mars noted that soldiers ate small pieces of chocolate wrapped in a hard sugar glaze, to not melt. Inspired by this idea, Forrest Mars returned to his kitchen and invented the recipe for M & M‘s candy, which entered the market in 1941. Packaged in cardboard tubes, M & M’s candies are sold at soldiers from the Second World War as a dessert that adapt to any climate. In 1948, the packaging has changed, M & M’s candies being sold in the brown bags. In 1954, he released a version with hazelnut, the both products having a huge success. That same year, he started TV advertising, both as simple, as well as those of nuts, especially as the slogan “milk chocolate melts in your mouth not in your hand. ” In 1960, M & M‘s with peanuts have emerged with three new colors, besides the initial brown: red, green and yellow, and in 1972 came and orange candies.
No matter the color, you can create a funny M&M wedding cake topper if they are your favorite candy. In 1995, half a century after they were introduced to the market first M & M’s, American consumers have helped to be writing a new chapter in its history. Through a marketing campaign, they were asked to vote for two new colors that are already among the famous candy. They had to choose between blue, pink, purple or except any other color of those already existing. Following this campaign, 54 percent of those over 10 million participants chose blue as winner. The four M & M‘s characters (red, yellow, green and blue) were the protagonists of the company’s first three-dimensional film, first shown at the opening of the store “M&M‘s World Store in Las Vegas” in November 1998.11