Chic Sweets

State: Florida
Category: Cakes and Sweets

Natalie roadtripped from Florida to North Carolina for three years in a row, just to set up a sparkly, full-service candy and dessert table for our launch party guests! We love her sweet treats and even sweeter heart.

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Hello there! I’m Natalie, the face behind Chic Sweets, a full service candy and dessert company! I love, love, love desserts! From learning about your favorite candy growing up, to sampling favorite cake pop flavors alongside you, we design and execute each dessert table from beginning to end. For us, each table is a reflection of your story, and we want your table to not only reflect your style, but feel like you. This year, we are also over the moon thrilled to extend the Chic Sweets brand by offering individual favors and candy/dessert welcome boxes.

Name(s): Natalie and Steve Clamp
Where you call home: Tampa, Florida
Things you’d write home to your Momma about: Mama, did you hear? I’ve been featured on Style Me Pretty, Rock N Roll Bride and have appeared on several segments on WFLA Daytime’s Morning Show covering dessert table “how-to’s.” Most of all, I’m proud to have growing company, supportive hubby and four gorgeous boys.
Location/coverage: West Coast, Florida. Tampa Bay, Clearwater, Sarasota and Orlando.
Favorite part of the wedding day: Hands down, my favorite part is when a bride and groom sneak away to get a “first reveal” of their reception, before the guests come in. All the months of planning comes down to this special moment, when the bride and groom can soak up every room detail by themselves. It feels so special and I just love that little moment before the fun (craziness) begins.
Pie bar or red velvet: Red Velvet… is it even a contest?
Dream travel destination: My and the hubby’s honeymoon spot, Costa Rica. We spent several days around the active volcanoes, and it’s on our bucket list to revisit once again!
Best piece of advice: Never hesitate to bring a piece of home to your wedding day—whether it be your grandmother’s favorite handkerchief sewn in the inside of your dress or taking your groom’s favorite dessert growing up, and incorporating it as the favor, it’s the small touches that will warm your heart.