Everybody likes Kisses! They’re not just for snacking. You can decorate with them too! Whether you’re planning a wedding, a Valentine’s party, a Christmas dinner, or a shower, you’ll find the perfect Hershey Kiss decorating tutorial here!

Doesn’t this bouquet of Hershey kiss flowers look good enough to eat? Becky from All In One Days Time shows you how cover kisses with 5″ squares of fabric to make spectacular rose buds.

Check out this sweet Valentine’s Day tutorial from Mom On Timeout. Trish used clear cellophane to wrap up her pink and red rose buds. I didn’t realize that Kisses came in so many colors!

Sun Scholars used colored cellophane to cover these pretty chocolate rose buds. You don’t have to be florist to make a vase full of Hershey Kiss Roses.

Just one more Hershey Kiss rose tutorial . . . this bouquet from Chasing Cottons looks so pretty in a basket. What a wonderful idea for Mother’s Day.

Jessi from Practically Functional has a great tutorial for making these adorable Hershey Kisses mice. It’s easy enough for kids to do!

These sweet Angel Kisses from Gramma Lowe’s Crafts would also be easy for kids to put together. They’d make great little Christmas favors or teacher’s gifts.

Speaking of Christmas, this “Kiss”-mas Tree from Kitchen Meets Girl would make a wonderful edible centerpiece.

Hershey’s website has lots of crafts and recipes involving Kisses. I especially like this Chocolate Wreath.

I love this little chocolate “Kissletoe” from Mario’s World. This would be a quick hostess gift to put together.

Joni from Six Cherries On Top made the most adorable Valentine Topiary out of chocolate kisses. I love the mixture of red, pink and silver kisses.

This Valentine’s Day Candy Machine from Just Us Four is wonderful. You start by painting a terra cotta planter and dish bright red.

I love the vivid colors of these Hershey Kiss wedding favors from One Stop Party Ideas. Displaying the chocolate kisses in wine glasses and a matching bow is genius.

The Frugal Girls put color-coordinated Hershey Kisses in a Mason jar for the perfect wedding favor. Who wouldn’t want to take home “Hugs and Kisses from the Mr. & Mrs”?

Here’s a quick Hershey Kiss decorating idea from Samantha Pinter on Pinterest—a great game for a bridal shower! How many kisses are in the jar? The winner could take the jar of candy home! Of course, the number of kisses you start with might not be the number of kisses at the end of the contest! Image Source: Love is Sweet bridal shower

Here’s a Hershey Kiss decorating idea I used last week in preparation for a bridal expo. If you’re just a little bit computer-savvy, you can personalize stickers to put on the bottom of Hershey Kisses. Sunshine Coast DIY provides a free template!

Here are the personalized kisses I made up for Bright Settings. We like to give out chocolate to the guests at bridal expos. And even though the little s will probably end up in the trash can, the decorated kisses sure look nice strewn about on our table.

How do you like all glorious colors of table linens seen here? The photograph doesn’t do the rainbow of colors justice. Luckily, free color swatches are available from Bright Settings. You can talk to Eileen and Rita about renting table linens for you upcoming nuptials by calling 1-800-327-6025 during regular business hours.