Post # 1
Does anyone know where I can find a variaty of cheap candle holders? Tealights, votives, pillars, candlesticks…many different kinds. I am not looking for highclass decoration for the home, just to use in my centerpieces. Help!
Post # 3
There’s actually a decent selection of inexpensive votive and tealight holders at Ikea. I think I ended up getting 36 tealight holders for 2.99. I’m not sure what you had in mind for centerpieces, but if it’s a cluster of candles you might be able to put them on a glass plate that you can get for cheap.
Post # 4
I 2nd the Ikea idea. I got 12 tealight holders for $1.99.
Post # 5
Have you tried http://www.quickcandles.com ? I recently ordered mine from them! They look pretty & were affordable! Also google their name and coupons and you should be able to find a coupon for at least 5% off, plus if you pay through google checkout (the link should show right before you place your order) you get another $5 off. 🙂
Post # 6
Hobby Lobby when they have their 50% off sale. I also found long stem candle holders in 3 different sizes and the Dollar Tree for $1 each. Hope this helps!
Post # 7
Walmart has a huge variety and the best prices I’ve seen anywhere. Plus, you don’t have to pay for shipping which is very expensive for glass items, nor do you have to worry about any breaking in transit.
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Post # 9
I also got all mine at Ikea!!
Post # 11
Jamali Garden offers votive candles in glass. They are about 60 cents a piece: http://www.jamaligarden.com/detail/22761/7/candles-and-lights/candles/10-hour-votives-in-glass.php
The pre-filled glass votive come in either clear or frost.
Post # 12
I got my votives at candles4less. I got 144 voties & holders for like $90.
Post # 13
Believe it or not, Goodwill!! I was maid of honor two weeks ago, and she filled the tables with various sized glass candle holders and candles. It was beautiful, and cheap.
Post # 14
Walmart, good deals on unscented candles too.
Post # 15
FYI…gotta watch getting candles from Walmart, Big Lots, JoAnn Fabric, and Michaels, etc. A lot of them only burn for 2 hours! I wish I would have known that before my son’s wedding. I was so upset. Right as dinner finished all he candles began going out (and I even put them in the freezer as the sales lady told me to do!).
I’ve since found this wonderful site…I can’t stop recommending it! They have a variety of candles and related things and their tea lights burn for 7 hours! They are also soy based so there is no soot from them. You can get scented and unscented and colors too. The site is www.CountryLightCandle.com.
As for jars, why not have friends, family and neighbors save some for you. All that you get from them will be for free so you’ll have less to buy!