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show your guests that your love burns bright. Little Things Favors has hundreds of beautiful candle favors for your wedding! Traditional and elegant, candles are often are considered the most romantic of wedding party favors. Decorative tealights can double as table decorations and are great for adding light, romance and color to your event.

Wedding candles are also the perfect decor for a romantic wedding and reception. They are easily adaptable to any theme. Whether your event is a formal black tie affair, beach theme, or informal garden reception, candle party favors will add the perfect touch. If you are looking for something classic, browse our cake candles. We also offer personalized options - many can be personalized for free! Shop our large selection of candle wedding favors, wedding candles, and personalized candle favors. Holders, votives, tealights, lanterns and more! Low prices guaranteed!

Candles are very traditional and romantic wedding favors. Light up your guests lives' with one of our classic wedding cake-inspired or a simple yet elegant candle. Designed to add a touch of modern sophistication to your reception tables and your guests' homes, these memorable gifts are offered in a variety of shapes and sizes that will impress your guests.

From beautiful crystal wedding-perfect designs to fun styles meant for parties and showers, these party favors will add just the right amount of chic style to an event. These inexpensive candles will be wonderful for your celebration. Candles will also add a stylish touch to your reception or shower decor. There are many different unique and specialty candles today to fit your style, theme and budget - and they aren't as pricey as you may think!

Helpful Tips To Use Candles at Your Wedding

At many weddings you'll notice the use of candle lighting. Candles bring a soft, warm glow and romantic feel to your wedding reception. You may want to use them in your centerpieces, scatter tealights on your tables, and give candle wedding favors to your guests. Most of you know to proceed with caution when dealing with candles. Here are some helpful tips to not only burn carefully, but to shop and choose carefully too.

  • Place your candles in proper location. Put them in a candle holder or on a solid plate. DON'T place them near anything flammable, near walls or flowers. And don't keep your candles less than three or four inches apart from each other - they will melt one another. As always, never leave a burning candle unattended.
  • The flame of a candle should never be more than two inches high. Trim your wicks to 1/4 inch to control the flame.
  • Candles should only burn for one to four hours (see individual candle instructions) at most, and should never be burned all the way to the end. If there's only a half an inch of wax left at the bottom of your jar, it's time to toss it. Pillars should be thrown out when there's two inches left.