Baptism Candles

Posted by on May 10, 2011
What Are Baptism Candles? Baptism candles are part of the Christian religion used as a symbol of the light of Christ entering the life of the baptized child.  They are often large personalized pillar candles decorated in ribbon and pins which must be presented at the baptism by the godparents of the child.  It is also customary for the godparents...
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Winter Wedding Centerpieces

Posted by on May 9, 2011
Choosing Winter Wedding Centerpieces With the popularity of winter weddings increasing, the demand for winter wedding centerpieces is also increasing.  Having a winter wedding gives you the opportunity to create a unique and memorable wedding theme that includes winter wedding centerpieces that many people will have never seen.  Whereas most weddings...
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Wedding Backdrops

Posted by on May 8, 2011
What Are Wedding Backdrops? With all of the important decisions brides-to-be are faced with, it can feel overwhelming to have to add wedding backdrops to the list. Fortunately choosing a wedding backdrop can be fun and rewarding, however the importance of choosing something that fits your theme and style should not be discounted. Simply put, wedding...
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Votive Candles Bulk

Posted by on May 7, 2011
Choosing The Best Votive Candles Bulk Whether you are planning a wedding or event with several hundred guests, or if you just want to save money buying votive candles bulk, the Internet has made wholesale and bulk purchasing accessible to anyone with a computer. Votive candles are small cylindrical shapes of wax, usually paraffin or beeswax, measuring...
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Tealight Holders

Posted by on May 7, 2011
Uses For Tealight Holders One of the most dazzling ways of decorating a room for a wedding, banquet, or event is to saturate the room with candle light emitting from tealight holders. Spread among many tables, shelves, and pillars, tealight holders are sure to captivate the minds of anyone who enters the room. However their uses are not just limited...
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Red Candles

Posted by on May 6, 2011
The Meaning Of Red Candles Whether you are choosing to use red candles for your a simple dinner party or an elaborate wedding design, there is an underlying meaning to every colored candle that we choose. Red candles have been used for centuries for their bold and charming glow. Understanding what red candles mean can help you determine if they are...

Candle Warmer

Posted by on May 2, 2011
What Is A Candle Warmer? A candle warmer is an electrical device that heats the wax of a candle without using a flame in order to safely expose the fragrance of the candle to the room.  Candle warmers got their start around 2001 as an alternative to lighting candles allowing you to leave them safely unattended for hours on end.  A candle warmer works...
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Candle Sconces

Posted by on May 1, 2011
What Are Candle Sconces? Candle sconces are a form of decorative lighting that can be used to enhance the appeal of any room, whether it be a dining area or living space. Prior to the 18th century, candle sconces where used as the primary form of light during the evening hours. Usually a simple shelf mounted on the wall, tall pillar candles would...
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Candle Chandelier

Posted by on April 30, 2011
Choosing A Candle Chandelier Prior to the 18th century when gas lit lamps took the place of candles as a primary source of light, a candle chandelier was a sign of luxury, class and royalty.  Although we have the convenience of electricity today to power our lives, it is still wonderfully reminiscent and romantic to utilize candle light from a candle...
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Taper Candles

Posted by on April 28, 2011
What Are Taper Candles? Taper candles are the long, thin candles that you will commonly see in candle holder centerpieces like a banquet candelabra.  They get their name from the shape that the hand dipping wax process creates when they are made.  At the base they can be as thick as one inch, while moving towards the top they “taper” down to nothing....
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