I appreciate that wedding candles may not be at the beginning of your wedding planning list, however, they will be a beautiful and unique part of your wedding ceremony, venue dressing, or indeed, a keepsake gift for special people. Your Wedding day may be many months, if not years into the planning and preparing, and during this time you will collect a great number of ideas and must haves, for what, will be one of the biggest days of your lives. Let me show you some ideas for wedding candles for your BIG day.
Wedding favours, as a keepsake of your special day for your guests, remembering that the favours will be personalised for couples and families on each table, this may be a way of reducing the favour cost overall.
As a ‘thank you’ wedding candles can be personalised and given, not only to your bridesmaids, but to family members and friends who have helped along the way with your arrangements, each with a personalised message.
Keepsake personalised wedding candles for the Mother of the Bride and Groom or Parents, as an alternative to flowers on your special day. Each with a loving verse and finished with satin ribbon and a metal diamante buckle. With over 65 different colours to choose from to coordinate with your colour theme.
Unity Candles are more than the lighting of two candles they represent the merging of two families Unity Candles are becoming more and more popular in today’s wedding ceremonies. What is a Unity Candle click here to find out more information
Memorial – Absence wedding candles to take pride of place on your memory table, to remember loved ones no longer able to share in your BIG day or for family and friends not able to attend as too far away or unwell. With a choice of 5 different size candle in White or Ivory each with a loving verse, and if choosing the ribbon detail, colours to co-ordinate with your colour theme with over 65 colours to choose from. Non-religious motifs can also be used for non-religious ceremonies. Memorial Wedding Candles can also be personalised with an LED flickering tea light, should your venue no allow naked flames.
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