(Closed) DIY centerpieces

posted 4 years ago in Decor
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

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@ jss77   Any candle can be used as a floating candle as long as it is wider than it is high. If the venue provides votives, they likely include votive holders. Why not buy the floating candles you need for your vases and use the venue’s votives in addition?

Post # 3
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

You can buy cups to hang candles but they are pricey

http://www.prestomart.com/item.php?item=206285

 

You might get lucky and find a hanging candle holder with the right dimensions for your vases

http://www.shopwildthings.com/haglvoorteho.html

You could try one of these to see if it stays suspended on the gel

http://www.shopwildthings.com/glass.html

You could cut the handle on these and hook the pieces over the edge of the vase

http://www.shopwildthings.com/36005.html

I think it would be much more cost effective to just buy some floating candles.

http://www.yummicandles.com/MainProduct_10001_10001_97701_35251_23404___nosidebar_Color_White_3%22_3%22?gclid=CLH20t_MvM8CFU9afgodWUsNCg

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