There’s something undeniably romantic about candlelight, so it should come as no surprise that more and more couples are doing away with bright, colored uplighting in favor of the soft and dewy glow that comes courtesy of an open flame. Plenty of brides and grooms are already illuminating their spaces with candles, but it’s the creative couples that have learned that the lighting they choose can be more than just functional. Take a break from flowers and consider dressing up your venue with romantic glowing candles.
DIY Candle Bouquet
If you’re looking for a unique bouquet or centerpiece to go with a nautical wedding (or any wedding, lets face it!) this might be the one for you. Get the tutorial from Green Wedding Shoes.
Lush Garden Wedding With Greens Galore
If you’re the kind of bride who dreams of lush, organic florals, or of an utterly romantic gown to take your groom’s breath away…this wedding is for you. Get the tutorial from Style me Pretty.
Christmas Flowers And Plants
The hellebore or rose of Christmas is the delicate flower of the season. Place the candle with hyacinth moss and candles for a pretty centerpiece original. Get the tutorial from Mademoiselle Claudine.
Reclaimed Barn Wood Box
This gorgeous piece is featured in the Country Sampler Magazine! Reclaimed barn wood box contains black lantern with battery-operated timer candle, country greens, berries and pine cones. Get the tutorial from Country Sampler.
Candlesticks Eggshells And Small Fresh Flowers
Ready to welcome spring into your home? A charming centerpiece – candlesticks eggshells and small fresh flowers. A superb Easter craft activity. Get the tutorial from Pinterest.
Christmas Floral Arrangement
Decorate your home with a Christmas floral arrangement. This natural accessory will give a sense of fresh and colorful atmosphere into your rooms. Get the tutorial from Design Mag.
DIY Candle Wraps for a Rustic Country Table
Planning your fabulous wedding? Want something few others have used for an evening tabletop display? Try these wonderful green leaves wrapped in lovely candles. Get the tutorial from BuyDisOrDat.
Lanterns are a great choice if you are looking for a way to light up your wedding. They can fulfill a variety of functions. Hang lanterns on a tree to create a beautiful backdrop, use them to create romantic centerpieces or line the aisle with them for a bride. Get the tutorial from Allure Wedding Photography.
Romantic Candle Centerpiece
Rows upon rows of tall white taper candles graced the table at this incredible Italian wedding reception. The gorgeous centerpiece provided plenty of glowing, intimate light as the sun began to set during dinner. Get the tutorial from Abby Jiu Photography.
Hello romance! These gold and slate-accented place settings are pretty incredible on their own, and made even lovelier with the addition of floral garlands from Artistry Floral and Event Design and a variety of pillar and votive candles. Get the idea from Corbin Gurkin.
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