Wedding candle centerpieces are very popular. They add a touch of romance and ambieance to the wedding. Using candles in the centerpieces is pretty simple. Candles can be used alone, or they can be paired with other elements such as flowers, mirrors or decorative candle holders.
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Here are some examples of different wedding candle centerpieces.
The beautiful centerpiece above shows how you can easily make a beautiful centerpiece suitable for any beach wedding. You can take a simple container like a fishbowl and add elements like a large white candle, starfish, sand and seashells. It all comes together as one beautiful centerpiece, dont you think?
If you are looking for simplicity or tranquility the above wedding candle centerpiece may be more your style. It is simple in nature with the candles are the main piece but they are surrounded by rocks of varying shades and sizes and the whole centerpiece is elevated by a nice stand.
In the above photo you can see a great example of a floating candle wedding centerpiece. The floating candles match the color or the rose petals which are scattered around the centerpiece. Floating candles come in many different colors and shapes. You can choose to use scattered flower petals which match your own wedding bouquets, or go without the flowers. Of course there are many different containers that you can use as well.
The centerpiece above would be perfect at any winter wedding. Of course it would work the best as a Christmas wedding centerpiece, but as you can see it is very festive. If you like the idea but you are not marrying in the winter you could easily make it into a centerpiece for different seasons. For a fall wedding you could surround the candle with leaves and acorns or for a beach wedding you could use seashells or mini sand castles.
If you are looking for a more traditional wedding centerpiece the above picture may be just what you are looking for. This centerpiece uses candles, flowers and greenery to create one beautiful wedding decoration.