Candles add a warm glow to wedding décor. They’re cozy and glamorous, instantly creating a perfect feeling for any occasion. They also cast a flattering, warm light that your guests will be thankful for. I wouldn’t suggest spending too much money on candles for a daytime wedding, unless your wedding will extend till sundown or later, then I urge you to incorporate some. There are so many ways to incorporate candles into your wedding décor, but here are some of my favorites.
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Displaying candles in tall glass spheres along the aisle or walkways is a great feature. Using varying heights of candles makes it more appealing and adds dimension. Add a few scented candles in the restroom. Trust me it will make your guests happy!! Incorporating them into your centerpieces makes for a beautiful design. It adds elegance and really sets the mood for a great night. If you’re getting married next to pool or fountain, incorporate some floating candles. When you think of where to place candles, think about whether people will be reaching across an area for a drink or the bread-basket, or to serve themselves at a buffet. Make sure to check with your venues rules and regulations regarding flames, a lot of event spaces won’t allow them. If your site doesn’t allow flame of any kind, battery-operated candles are a safe alternative.
Hanging candle vases from tree branches is also a great idea. Whether your getting married in a park or just want to incorporate them into your centerpieces, hanging candles make for a romantic, and glamorous setting. Adding a few votives on each cocktail table is great for an evening cocktail hour. Adoring focal points like mantels, bars, or guestbook tables is also a great way to add warmth to the space. Glass bulbs with tea-light candles are absolutely stunning and really add a dramatic elegance to the space. One myth about candles is they’re not necessarily the money saver people make them out to be. Tea lights and small votives are less expensive, but a three-by nine-inch pillar for each table, and hurricanes to house them, makes for a great investment.Best of Wishes.