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273 Sweet Candy Store Name Ideas

273 Sweet Candy Store Name Ideas

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273 Sweet Candy Store Name Ideas

273 Sweet Candy Store Name Ideas

Finding the perfect business name when starting your own candy store isn’t easy, especially if one doesn’t speak to you right away. 

It’s also easy to get stuck and let this hold you back from getting started with your new candy store. With so much on your plate, you can’t afford to sit around and wait for inspiration. 

And if you’re struggling to come up with a name, you’re in the right place. 

In this article, I cover essential tips to consider when choosing a name and how to make sure the name you chose is available for use today. 

So, let’s get started!

Related: How to Start a Candy Store

Tips for Choosing and Finalizing the Best Candy Store Name

Before we dive in, it’s critical to understand the basics of your business. Start by answering these questions:

  • Who is your ideal audience?
  • What makes you different from the other candy shops out there? 

Once you clarify the specific niche of your shop, it’s easier to choose a name. 

So take some time to clarify who your market is and what separates you from the crowd. Then, go through these tips to help you get those creative juices flowing. 

1. Consider the types of candy you want to sell

Make a list of every type of candy you plan to sell in your new shop. Is there a type you’re particularly excited about? Or maybe there’s something you want to specialize in. 

Take some time to brainstorm ideas based on the particular type of candy you plan to sell, such as homemade taffy, gourmet pretzels, or fine chocolates, you plan to sell and your target market. 

Keep in mind that your business name shouldn’t limit you if you decide to venture into other ideas or types of candy down the road. 

2. Avoid names that are hard to spell or pronounce

47% of smartphone users use voice search to find business information online. And 44% use it to research products and services. Unusual words aren’t easy for voice assistants, like Siri or Alexa. 

And voice searchers may not be able to find you if you use words that are hard to spell, hear, or pronounce. 

Furthermore, text-based searches may require proper spelling to see the expected results. Improper spellings or difficult words could hinder how often your business shows up. 

So it’s important to choose a business name that’s easy to spell, pronounce, and remember in order for your potential customers to find you. When choosing a name for your candy shop, it’s best to avoid:

  • Intentional misspellings
  • Commonly misspelled words
  • Using numbers in place of letters

3. Avoid trendy topics and buzzwords

Trends come and go. And they usually don’t stay around for very long.

Because of that, it’s important to avoid picking cool names based on current trends. Doing so could date your business in the future when that trend goes out of style. 

Furthermore, try to avoid using buzzwords and industry jargon as well. 

4. Consider location-based terms

If your candy shop is specific to a single location (i.e. a region, neighborhood, city, downtown city area, or country), you can consider using location-based terms in your name. 

Think about what makes the area you’re in unique and brainstorm a list of potential location-based descriptors you can use. 

However, you have to be careful if you go this route. Using a location in your name can be limiting if you plan to expand to new areas down the road. 

Another consideration is to consider is the use of your name as a logo. Some names are too long and others may not lend themselves to a good image. Using a catchy logo will help make the name more brandable and look good on company signage, shirts, etc.  
Related: How to create a logo for your business

6. Running out of ideas? Go with the owner’s name

If you’re struggling to find a name that fits, using the owner’s name is always an option. This is especially beneficial if the owner is the face and personality of the business. 

It’s common for entrepreneurs to rebrand their businesses to match their first and/or last name. And it works well if the owner’s name becomes synonymous with the company itself. 

However, there’s a downside to this. If you decide to sell your candy store down the road, you may find it challenging to find a qualified buyer since it includes someone else’s name. 

Catchy Candy Store Name Ideas To Help You Get Started

Here is a list of catchy and cute candy store names being used by other businesses.  These are mainly meant to be used for inspiration, but some of these name ideas may be available for you to use, just be sure to check first.   

Related: Check out these chocolate shop names

  • Abba Zabba Candies
  • Affordable Sweets
  • Almost Fudge
  • Always On Time Candy & More
  • Andy Candy
  • Aunt Jeanne’s Sweets
  • Auntie Kim’s Confections
  • Barb’s Sweet Tooth Shop
  • Barnaby Candy Co
  • Bayou Somethin Sweet
  • Bean & Barrel Confectionary
  • Beauty Bar Chocolate
  • Becca’s Sweets
  • Beck’s Bitter Sweetz
  • Benjamin’s Candy Co
  • Big Fan Of Chocolate
  • Bittersweet Confections
  • Bon Chocolatier
  • Brimstone Candy
  • Brittle With A Bite
  • Bubba’s Sweet Spot
  • Bubbas Sweet Spot
  • Bubbly Barry
  • Cali Dreams Candy Co
  • Cali Girl Sweets
  • Candi Have Some
  • Candied Creations
  • Candy Affair Candy Boutique
  • Candy Apple
  • Candy Barn
  • Candy Barrel
  • Candy Basket
  • Candy Buffet
  • Candy Cane Lane
  • Candy Cane Sugar
  • Candy Chest
  • Candy City
  • Candy Connection
  • Candy Coral Reef
  • Candy Cottage
  • Candy Couture
  • Candy Cove
  • Candy Crafter
  • Candy Factory
  • Candy Girls Gourmet Sweets
  • Candy Kiss
  • Candy Kravins
  • Candy Shop
  • Candy Shoppe
  • Candy Store Inc.
  • Candy Town
  • Candy Works
  • Candy World
  • Candy Wraps
  • Candyland
  • Candyland Company
  • Candymaker
  • Candy’s
  • Candyzone
  • Canny Granny Candies Inc
  • Castle Hill Chocolate
  • Celia’s Gourmet Toffee Co Inc
  • Cherries N Berries Sweet Shop
  • Cheryl’s Sweet Treats
  • Chew Chew Sweet Shop
  • Chicago Fudge Company
  • Choccolocco Station
  • Chocolate Avenue
  • Chocolate Bliss
  • Chocolate City
  • Chocolate Compass
  • Chocolate Confection
  • Chocolate Curtain
  • Chocolate Dream
  • Chocolate Factory
  • Chocolate Haus
  • Chocolate Heaven
  • Chocolate Pops Candy Shop
  • Chocolate Queen
  • Chocolate River
  • Chocolate Shop
  • Chocolate Star
  • Chocolatta
  • Chok The Chocolate Kitchen
  • Classic Confections
  • Colorful Candy
  • Columbia Candy Kitchen
  • Cotton Candy Celebrations
  • Cotton Candy Express
  • Cotton Candy Palace
  • Courtney’s Caramels
  • Covered Chocolate
  • Crack’d Toffee Co
  • Craving Candy
  • Cravin’s Candy Emporium
  • Crazy Candy Creator
  • Culinary Confections
  • Cynful Sweets
  • Dandy Candy Corp
  • Decadently Raw Confections
  • Dee-Licious Delights
  • Dessert Shop
  • District Praline
  • Divine Sweets By Debbi
  • Dolly’s Delights
  • Downtown Confectionery
  • Dreamchaser Sweets
  • Dylan’s Candy Bar
  • Eye Candy
  • Fino Artisan Chocolate
  • Gary Gary Confectionary
  • Gobstopper Emporium
  • Gourmet Chocolate Creations
  • Grandmas’ Candy Shop
  • Green Green Jellybean
  • Gum Drop Delights
  • Gumdrops
  • Gummy Bear’s 
  • Harbor Candy Shop
  • Harold’s Hard Candy
  • Heavenly Sweet
  • Hollywood Sweet Satisfaction
  • Holt’s Sweet Shop
  • Homer Truffle Co
  • Hot Chocolate Design
  • House Candy
  • How Sweet It Is
  • Humble Hand’s Sweets
  • Hummingbird Confections
  • I AM Caramel
  • I Love Chocolate
  • I Want Candy
  • In The Mix Street Sweets
  • Jelly Bean
  • Jelly Belly
  • Just Sweets
  • Kandy Shoppe
  • Kathy’s Simple Sweets
  • Kingdom Of Sweets
  • Krazy Kandy
  • Lash Candy
  • Laziz Sweets Inc
  • Licorice Guy
  • Life Is Sweet Treats
  • Little Flower Candy Company
  • Lola’s Sweet Bites
  • Lollidrops
  • Loteria Candy Co
  • Mad Confectioners
  • Mama Taylor’s Treats
  • Mama’s Confections
  • Marla’s Sweet Treets
  • Miss Samantha’s Sweet Shop
  • Moke Hill Nuts & Candies
  • More Than Chocolate Inc
  • Mountain Man Nut & Fruit Co
  • Mr. Sugar Shop
  • My Custom Candy
  • Namee’s Candy Counter
  • Nana’s Sweet Treats
  • Natalie’s Candy Jar
  • Not Just Fudge
  • Nutcracker Sweets
  • Nutmegs Sweets Inc
  • Old Fashion Colorful Lollipops
  • Old Fashioned Candy
  • Old Time Candy
  • Old Town Candy Shop
  • Orbital Sweets
  • Peppermint Patch
  • Phillip’s Candy
  • Pink Swirls Cotton Candy
  • Pure Gummies
  • Radiant Chocolates
  • Rare Candy Productions
  • Richardson’s Candy Kitchen
  • Robyn’s Rock Candy
  • Rocco’s Sweet Shoppe
  • Rocket Fizz Soda Pop & Candy
  • Rosie’s Gluten Free Sweets
  • San Jose Candy Kitchen
  • Sassy Sweets
  • Shugar Shack
  • Shugga Shack
  • Sifted Sweet Delights
  • Silly Willy Candy Shoppe
  • Simple Sugar Treats
  • Sinfully Sweet
  • Sister’s Sweets
  • Small Town Sweets
  • Smart Candy
  • Smitten Sweets
  • Snap N Crackle Candy
  • Snowflakes Candy
  • Spot On Chocolate
  • Sticky Fingers
  • Sticky Sweetz
  • Strawberry Kouture
  • Sublime Sweets
  • Sugar Bowl
  • Sugar Hop
  • Sugar On Main
  • Sugar Rush
  • Sugar Shack
  • Sugar Shak
  • Sugar World
  • Sugarfina
  • Sugarman Candy
  • Sugarplum Confectionista
  • Sugartime Sweets
  • Sugarush Snoballs
  • Sunny Morning Sweets
  • Sunset Bay Candy Co
  • Swedish Candy Factory
  • Sweet & Dazzling
  • Sweet Blessing Treats
  • Sweet Candy & Gifts
  • Sweet Candy Karma
  • Sweet Candy Shop
  • Sweet City
  • Sweet Cone Alabama
  • Swee-T Confections
  • Sweet Cravings
  • Sweet Creations Corp
  • Sweet Dreams Candy Shop
  • Sweet Pete
  • Sweet Pick & Mix
  • Sweet Satisfaction
  • Sweet Sisters Caramels
  • Sweet Stop
  • Sweet Surprise
  • Sweet Symphonies Chocolate Shop
  • Sweet Taste
  • Sweet Tasty Treats
  • Sweet Temptations
  • Sweet Tooth Booth
  • Sweet Treats
  • Sweet Zone
  • Sweetibles
  • Sweets By Mariela
  • Sweets Corner
  • Sweets For My Sweets
  • Sweets In The Kitchen
  • Sweets It Is
  • Sweets Of Life
  • Sweets Unlimited
  • Taffy Time
  • Tennessee Truffle
  • Terpene Confection Co
  • Tha Candy House
  • The Best Candy Store In Town
  • The Candy Bar
  • The Candy Company
  • The Candy Store
  • The Candyman Can
  • The Chocolate Bar
  • The Chocolate Fountain
  • The Great Chocolate Confession
  • The Lollipop Shoppe
  • Timeless Toffee
  • Tiny Chef Confections
  • Too Sweet
  • Treats By Tiffany
  • Tropical Treats
  • T’s Confections
  • Tuesday’s Sweet Shoppe
  • Twins Candy Shop
  • Uncle Butch’s Fudge
  • Unique Sweets
  • Wilde Chocolate
  • Will Work For Chocolate
  • World Specialty Cacao
  • Yes Please Sweets
  • Yolo Sweets

Is Your Candy Store Business Name Available?

At this point, you should have a list of your top choices. If not, go back to your master list and fine-tune your ideas until you have a few options. 

Now, it’s time to make sure the names you chose are available. There are several places you need to check before making your final decision.

Is the business name available to be registered in your state?

If you plan to register your candy shop as a corporation or LLC, each state requires a unique company name. 

So it’s critical to perform a Secretary of State search in every state you plan to register to make sure your name isn’t already in use. 

In most states, sole proprietorships and partnerships have to register a Doing Business As (DBA) or Assumed Name if they aren’t doing business under the owner’s full first and last name.  A few states require them to use a unique name, while others will let you pick just about any name you choose. 

Related: Is your business name available?

Is there an existing trademark on your business name?

When searching for the store name or brand name of your new candy business, you need to make sure your new name isn’t trademarked by someone else. If it is, you may not be allowed to legally use it.
Thankfully the United States Patent Trademark Office (USPTO) makes trademark searching a breeze through their Trademark Database.

Related: How to trademark a business name

Is a domain name available with your business name?

A domain name is your business’s digital address. With so many people researching online, it’s crucial to make sure your candy store business name is also available as a domain name. 

Generally, a domain is available for around $10 a year and is worth picking up, especially if the .com is available.

You can easily search for a domain using NameCheap’s domain name search tool. 

273 Sweet Candy Store Name Ideas

273 Sweet Candy Store Name Ideas

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