Post # 1
So I was thinking of possibly getting led tealights or votives for my ‘candles’ because I do not know if I will be having my reception outside or not. I don’t want to worry about a candle blowing out with a breeze. Second, I know this sounds crazy but the reception is inside, I am afraid it will put off too much heat if I use real candles. (I am going to have about 200 candles. My indoor site only has fans and cooling units-no true ac). My only thing is I keep thinking it’s gonna look noticable and ugly in my pictures. Plus, I am sure it will be much more expensive to get led ones. Can I see pics of bees that used led tealights/votives at their weddings?
Post # 3
I agree that led candles look silly in comparison to real candles but sometimes you just don’t have a choice! There are other less expensive options to consider though. For instance, we used plain led lights (about 15 cents a pop when you order in bulk) in frosted candle holders.
How are you thinking of using the candles? If they are going to be just bare tealights you may want to rethink it?
Post # 4
Some of the candles would be in a candlebra (that has clear glass cups), others will be in cracked glass votive holders.
Post # 5
Hi, I’m sorry I don’t have any photos for you. We are using the LED candles too. Our centrpieces are DIY, and involve handing candles. When we tried using these beautiful eco-friendly, local beeswax candles that I bought, parts of our centrepiece began to melt! FAIL! Enter LED ‘candles’ in votives. It’s definitely not the same, and I was sad that our project didn’t work out exactly as we wanted. But, trial and error! Good luck with your project!
Post # 6
Hello look to see if you known were I can buy some led tea light and votive.i need 144 of each