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Candle Wedding Favors – The Romantic Favor

Candle wedding favors are a wonderful gift to share with your guests in commemoration of your special event. Evoking all that is romantic about marriage, candle wedding favors are the perfect way to rekindle all the feelings of joy and togetherness that was celebrated on your special day. Perhaps your candle wedding favors may even be responsible for creating a new romantic moment for your guests!

Candles have long been an important part of the wedding ceremony, and wedding favor candles are a special way to extend the togetherness they represent to your guests. Many ceremonies include the lighting of one candle by two, symbolizing the union between the newlywed couple. Candle wedding favors will remind your guests of this special moment long after the day itself has passed.

As wedding favors candles are the most romantic choice. Whether your guests are happily married or on the look out for love, what better way to invite the sense of romance that you and your spouse share into their lives than with candle wedding favors.  And these days, there is a huge variety of wedding favor candles available; from traditional votives to novelty candle wedding favors in almost as many shapes and sizes as you can imagine. Wedding favors candles are available in gorgeous red rose or heart shapes to accentuate the sense of romance, while the more traditional couple can choose classic pillar style candle wedding favors.

Whatever the theme or style of your wedding, there will certainly be a candle wedding favor to match. Capturing so much of the symbolism of the wedding ceremony, there is nothing that can compete with the special significance of candle wedding favors. Invite your guests to find for themselves the special romance that the newlyweds enjoy by sharing with them beautiful candle wedding favors.

Candle wedding favors are a wonderful way to celebrate your wedding with your guests.  Check out our wide variety of candle favors at 123wrapper.com

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