Post # 1
We are having our wedding on this lawn ( renting a tent for the reception). The pool area is to the left of the lawn and the guests will walk by it when they come & leave & it will be visbile during wedding since its just to the left. I’m think about getting floating candles to put in the pool to make it more romantic but don’t know if it would be a waste. The pool is huge so I would need a lot. Should I get LED ones or real candles? Where have other bees ordered bulk for cheap? Thanks!
Post # 3
I would do real candles if they are in the pool. They are cheaper than LED, and if the LED ones get wet they may stop working
Post # 4
The trouble with pool candles is that if there is even the slightest breeze, the candles are all pushed to one side of the pool.
I would do luminaria instead and line the edge of the pool-very inexpensive- paper bags, sand and a battery operated tealight. You can use plain kraft or white paper bags, or get ones that are perforated with a design.
Post # 5
@julies1949: that’s a good idea, we have a staff member watching the pool to make sure kids tony go in but I don’t want them trying to fish candles around all night. Thanks!
@lollygagon: I found some online that are made to be put in water but wicked expensive and I don’t trust buying them used since they only last so long, I’m also worried about how well they really work in water so will go the real route if at all. Thanks!