8 Ways For You To Decorate Candles In Your Wedding

Candles are the epitome of romanticism, and they’ll set the right tone for any ceremony or reception. If you need some illumination but yet want the environment to feel relaxed, candles are an excellent choice. They emit a gentle glow that may change any space into a relaxing and private setting. We’ve compiled a list of 8 candle-related wedding ideas for you.

  1. Mixed Heights: Choose a variety of candles in various heights and holders to create a beautiful table arrangement. With dazzling votives, long candles in metallic candlestick holders work wonderfully.

2. Floral Candelabra: This is the one for you if you like tall centerpieces and decorations. A floral arrangement in your wedding colors, paired with towering candles in elaborate candelabra, is sure to attract attention.

3. The Aisle: If your ceremony location is bare, candles may transform it into a dramatic and inviting space. Candles in votive holders, hurricane vases, and lanterns, intermingled with flowers, line the aisle. Not only will this brighten the room, but the candles will also give your photos a beautiful light.

4.  The Centerpiece: When coupled with white flowers and leaves fashioned into a garland, candles may make a lovely centerpiece. If you have long tables, they can be used instead of a runner.

5. Painted Bottles: This is a fantastic DIY project that also doubles as a method to recycle any empty wine bottles you may have lying around. Bottles can be converted into stylish candlestick holders by spraying them with gold or another accent color. Plus, how lovely does the dripping wax appear?

6. Rustic Gold : Antique candlestick holders and candles with a distressed finish will give your tablescapes a warm, rustic feel.

7. Hanging Crystals: The best backdrop for an outdoor ceremony setting is candle holders hung from crystal garlands.

8.  Vintage Teacup: These candles can make excellent centerpieces or favors for a wedding with a vintage or tea party theme. If you want to make these yourself, go to a thrift store and look for a variety of teacups to turn into candle holders.

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