You Can Never Have Too Many Candles!

It's no secret that candlelight is universally pleasing, not to mention exceptionally romantic. There’s something about fire that captivates humankind. The spark of a match, the dancing movement, and how as it magically disappears in the air, people cannot help but get drawn into the enchantment that is of a little flame. Therefore, never fail to appreciate the power of a good candle – or several hundred as this case may be! The images that follow feature various spectacular setups where an endless amount of candles is the common factor. The overall effect is stunning to say the least!.. So, incorporate this romantic element into your wedding décor. I have a feeling you won’t regret it! (image soure)

I'm adoring the combination of candlelight and colorful flowers for an evening reception. Especially when used in long tables. (image source: left, right)
A ceremony space can't get any more romantic than this…. and they didn't even use flowers… brilliant! (photo by StudioThisIs | designed by Bliss Weddings and Events | via Style Me Pretty)
These two opulent options are perfect for those classic brides who prefer the lavish feel of soft colors. (left: photo by Rebecca Kiger | designed by Bliss Weddings and Events), (right: photo by Gia Canali | via SMP)
Candles can take an intimate outdoor reception from pretty to pretty amazing! (top: photo by Andrea Salvia | designed by Sugokuii Events | via JetFet), (left: via Pinterest), (right: photo by Bliss Photography | designed by NLC Productions and La Fete | via SMP)
Now, if your reception is indoors check these astonishing displays that would take your average country-club or hotel ballroom to a whole new level of gorgeousness. (top: photo by True Photography | designed by Karen Tran), (bottom: photo by Beloved Weddings | designed by Karen Tran)

Did you notice that candles look better on long tables set-ups? Here is a beautiful parade of long tables: part 1 and part 2. Check them out!

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