Hand Spun Cotton Candy Catering

Are you looking for a way to add a bit of whimsical fun to your next event? As part of our affordable catering services, we proudly offer Pok-A-Dots Cotton Candy  This is a fun party food idea that brings a carnival atmosphere to any event. Freshly hand-spun cotton candy on a stick makes a wonderful visual impression and a sweet tasty treat for your party guests, regardless of their age. Visit the Pok-A-Dots website to get more details on this fun, sweet party treat.

Hand-Spun Cotton Candy Delivery!

Our trained cotton candy dot spinners have hand spun cotton candy on a paper stick for tens of thousands of customers over the last five years. Each of our cotton candy spinners love watching kids and adults press their noses against the glass of the cotton candy cart while it is being spun.​ We have yet to find anyone that does not enjoy watching cotton candy being made while enjoying the sweet aroma of this treat. Your party guests eyes will light up while they watch strands of sugar grow into a fluffy and delectable sweet treat. Looking for prepackaged cotton candy for your baby shower, wedding, or next party in the Nashville area? Order online and let one of our trained cotton candy operators spin at your next party!

Reserve a Dot Girl

Are you looking for affordable party food catering that everyone will be talking about after your event? Our cotton candy Dot Girls will entertain your party guests by handing out either fresh hand-spun cotton candy or prepackaged cotton candy party favors. This is an OVER THE TOP service.

Our hip cotton candy cart is unique in design and have been crafted to give the feel of a sophisticated event.

We proudly serving Nashville area. For inquiries outside of this service area, please call us at 817-864-9996.

History of Cotton Candy

Ever wonder how cotton candy came to be the mainstream treat it is today? Machine-spun cotton candy was invented in 1897 by the dentist William Morrison and confectioner John C. Wharton and first introduced to a wide audience at the 1904 World’s Fair as “Fairy Floss” with great success, selling 68,655 boxes at the then-high price of 25 cents, half the cost of admission to the fair. Fairy Floss was renamed to “Cotton Candy” in the 1920s.