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Here are ten top tips on using water candles as beautiful and original wedding decorations 1.Keep it simple A simple bowl of floating candles makes as exquisite centrepiece, especially for an evening or winter wedding. Find a shallow bowl, so the water candles are the main attraction. This centrepiece has the advantage that guests can easily see and talk over it, unlike many flower arrangements. 2.Mix flowers and candles Try adding extra floating decorations such as flower heads, rose petals, or blossom to your centrepieces. You could also look for silver stars that float, to add sparkle to your arrangements.
3.Fill your water vessel If you fill a tall clear glass vase with water, and float some candles in the top, you can add other objects to the vase to create a beautiful centrepiece. Fruit is a fresh choice, and lemons, limes and cherries work particularly well. You could also add real or glass pebbles or flowers that will keep their shape in water. 4.Choose purpose made vases Look for special vases or containers that have a dry section for ornaments and accessories, and a separate section to be filled with water for floating candles.
5.Combine colour and scent Look for a variety of coloured floating candles to complement your wedding theme, and choose lightly scented candles to gently fragrance your reception. Just be sure the scent from the candles wonâ€™t clash with the fragrance of your flowers. 6.Vary your candle height Give your candle arrangements a modern edge by grouping three or more glass vases of different heights and floating candles wholesale in each one. If you are having banquet style tables, vases of varying heights can be arranged in a line along the centre of the tables.
7.Use water candles in your ceremony Donâ€™t restrict your use of floating candles to the reception; a bowl of floating candles on each side of the aisle can add to the atmosphere of your wedding ceremony. 8.Use coloured water If you canâ€™t find floating candles in the right shade for your wedding colour scheme, try floating simple ivory candles in slightly coloured water instead. Food colouring is all you need to create coloured water that will give a new dimension to your wedding decorations.
9.Float candles on a pool If you are having an outdoor wedding and your venue has some sort of water feature such as a pond, lake, or fountain, make sure you float some candles on it. Not only will they look stunning once the sun goes down, they will also stop your guests from falling in! 10.Check your venueâ€™s candle policy Always ask your venue before you start buying hundreds of floating candles for your wedding decorations. Some venues donâ€™t allow candles at all for health and safety reasons, but they may be more willing to accommodate floating candles than regular candles as they will go out if they are tipped over.