Post # 1
Our plan is to do all candle centerpieces since we are doing minimal flowers (just pomanders at the aisle and bouquets) to cut costs. We were thinking of doing half of each of these. What are your honest opinions? We are getting married outdoors at 6pm – so the candles I think will be nice ar night.
Post # 2
Instead of the floating tea light candles, can you get regular floating candles. I LOVE tea lights, but I think them on those floating things kind of cheapens the look.
Post # 3
I agree with the PP. My centerpieces looked almost identical and the regular floating candles looked amazing
Post # 4
- Wedding: Davis Island Garden Club
I was at a wedding last year and the tea lights all burned out by the middle of the reception. The floating candles might be better.
Post # 6
Floating candles would look a million times better
Post # 7
I appreciate the comments ladies!
Misswhowedding: amoore2: Nikkimcq: alleycat1984: jessicalaneee: <br />However, I am worried I cannot return the holders we already have… since its past the return date. So that is something I may have to live with. Plus, the only reason we got those was because we found long lasting tea lights which are supposed to outlast the others…. hmmm.
I was thinking about adding some submerged white flowers into the vases on the second one and only doing that one. (much like jessicalaneee).. thoughts?