(Closed) Unity Sand from Ceremony?

posted 7 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
3220 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

I’ve always thought about doing a unity candle that looks like unity sand– you can buy those wax beads at craft stores and you and your SO could mix them together and then make a candle out of the finished product? 

Post # 4
62 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

You dont want to transfer it as then you will lose the design you and your husband create on your wedding day! 🙂  Our minister told us the ceremony is we each take turns pouring our colors seperate (maybe four layers) then we pour together, slowley so the sand mixes and makes a design, like sand art.  You want to pick tow colors that stand out against each other.  After you get it home, I have heard that you seal the top with wax to keep it from spilling/blowing out.  Then dispaly it in your home.  That is my plan, anyway… we will see how it goes! 🙂  You can get kits at Michaels, or you can get more intricate and get a vase engraved.  I am going to try to “etch” the vase myself with our names and wedding date.  

Good luck!

Post # 5
5 posts

There are a number of sets that have lids.  Google – Sand Ceremony sets with lids and you will find a number of them.  My favorite is from Wedding Lighthouse the top is an oil lamp.


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