Post # 1
I’ve done a alot of research on long lasting burn candles. Therre are many out there, but I dont really want to spend almost 100 dollars on candles. I do want my reception to look perfect but thats completely out of price range. I’m not really sure what to do. Im considering gettting them all at dollar tree but i dont think b=they burn for very long. Brides i need some suggestions???
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2013 - Creek club at ion, SC
what about flameless candles, would they work??
Post # 4
What kind of candles do you need? Tea lights? If so Ikea makes awesome tea lights that burn for a really long time that are cheap
Post # 5
9 hours burning time. It’s not too far exaggerated. We did a trial run before our wedding and they lasted for SO long
Post # 6
leecy87: im not sure. ive never tried them, im afraid they wont give the same romantic feel im going. i just dont know if theyll really look like candles.
brideonabudgetlauren: i need floating,votive, and tealight. i want lots of candles. i know i will be spending a few bucks on them because i need so many but i dont want to spend a fortune either. the least possible.
i had already seen those on the ikea website, i was skeptical if they lasted that long. lol i find it hard to believe but now that i hear from an other bride i have no doubt they last long.
Post # 7
This is a set of 72 candles with holders for $39.99 – I’m thinking about getting them myself. They have really good reviews!
Post # 8
Try http://wholesalecandlewarehouse.com/ they tend to give you a bigger discount when you have an event if you reach out to them. But make sure you get the ones that last more hours. I’d say go for at least 5 hours since weddings typically last at least that long. The perk of the bulk buying is you have backups 🙂
Post # 9