How to Decorate a Wedding With Candles

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Candles make great wedding decorations because they are inexpensive, but add a wonderful ambiance to any space. Use a variety of colors and sizes when decorating with candles with help from an event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.

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I love decorating weddings with candles. When you are decorating weddings with candles, choose the different colors that you're going to be using to compliment your wedding accessories and wedding attire. So if it's a Fall wedding you might want to use burgundies, oranges, yellows. If it's a Summer wedding you might want to use the brighter colors. I have a few displays that I wanted to show you. I chose to use a semi-tall candle in side of this globe and I put smaller candles around it. You can have these smaller candles in different kinds of holders. You can choose to go without the smaller mirrors underneath of them. You can use rectangular mirrors, square mirrors. There is different styles that you can use. You can even remove this and have a table centerpiece here and have the candles going around it. You can also remove this mirror if you wanted to and just have some smaller mirrors together, possibly four or so. You can even have a center one here. So it's all in how you'd like to decorate for your wedding. Candles definitely add a different ambiance to the wedding especially if it's an evening wedding. These once again like I said could be square candles and then depending on whatever time of the year it is you can choose the colors. Find out from your reception area or reception venue if candles are allowed first of all before you bring them. Some companies just don't want you to have them. Also ask if you can be allowed to decorate the outside of the wedding venue with candles as well. It's very nice for an outdoor or an indoor evening wedding.


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